[SEATAC] Looking for Rhizome Trade

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by youradhere, Apr 19, 2012.

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  1. youradhere

    youradhere Devotee (488) Feb 29, 2008 Washington
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    I know this is a lil bit late in the game, but what can I say- better late than never? I'm looking for some local homebrewers who would like to exchange hop rhizomes. Here is what I have:

    Golding, Fuggle, Alsace (spalt), Centennial

    What I would be interested in is some good ole American citrus and pine hops, just a couple rhizomes each. Off the top of my head I can say I am interested in Cascade, Chinook, Summit, Simcoe- but also Willammette. If you think I'd like it, cool! Only looking for up to 4 varieties, but if you have 1, lets talk!
     
  2. youradhere

    youradhere Devotee (488) Feb 29, 2008 Washington
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    Nothin? Huh.
     
  3. distantmantra

    distantmantra Savant (993) May 23, 2011 Washington
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    I will have them for trade next year. Building a pergola this summer for hop growing on the back patio.
     
  4. youradhere

    youradhere Devotee (488) Feb 29, 2008 Washington
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    Sounds good to me. Even though it is late in the year for planting/transplanting rhizomes I was hoping to get at least one "C" hop bine going this year so I'd have something with zing the next.
     
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