looking good winger,i was checking my beds this morning and see shoots coming up here and there,you are the 1st on my order list winger,i dont know if i will get many zomes from the hallertau as they are only second yr plants but i may be able to snag a few, hopefully i can dig them soon.
Doc_Drive wrote:You have Hallertau rhizomes?? How have I not read about this?
Hey doc, guess you were at the wrong page at the right time LOL.
only second yr plants so i am not holding my breath on getting a whack of zomes,i brewed a batch of lager 6 or 7 weeks ago and used the haller that i harvested last summer,turned out really good for 1st yr hop cones so i am very pleased and hope for a good crop this yr.
your on my list with about 10 others that want hallertau.
I've been smashing my head against the wall trying to find German Tettnang rhizomes here - nobody imports those, apparently because they don't grow too well here. I guess next time I go home, I'll have to conveniently forget that I have one in my suitcase... I'm about an hour away from Tettnang when I'm back in "ze Vaterland"...
I am with you, would love to see some green, it will be a while yetGoulaigan wrote:Man, my garden is under at least 3 feet of snow. I went ice fishing today... Be at least 3 months before anything turns green or grows around here. At least I got some perch today...
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Holy S&^#)&T, .......WOWECH wrote:Ditto for me Oro and Goulaigan.
We have had 88cm in the last 2 weeks, and temps at night in the -30s with the windchill. Won't be any growing action going on here for quite sometime!
i will be digging zomes on saturday.
hopefully you guys get some decent weather soon,i cant imagine dealing with that much snow.