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Follow my pictorial account of growing my own hops for brewing beer. Harvest should be late August or early September. Probably not in time for the infamous '4 Keg Challenge', but who knows.

I have 4 plants, two each of Cascade and Centennial

Let me know what you think. I understand that you need a Facebook account, but you should have one anyway!

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Comment by Disc Golf Live on May 11, 2009 at 8:24am
I don't think Hops are overly frost sensitive. My neighbor (who sits at the geographical center of the home-brewing world - http://www.franklinbrew.org/other/rc.html) had mentioned to me that they're to be planted early in the season, so I don't think a little cold would hurt them. Todd, yours are looking pretty perky.
Comment by Todd White on May 11, 2009 at 8:06am
Mine were in the ground since last year. THEY know when it is safe to start coming up out of the ground.

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