From the HBD Archive
From: lg562@koshland.pnl.gov
Subject: hop roots by mail
Date: 1992-03-16 16:44:14 GMT

I thought I'd add my two cents worth on hop roots by mail. Last
weekend I got my hops in the mail from Nichols Nursery in Albany
Oregon. The roots arrived surrounded by a thick layer of moss to keep
them moist, each individually wrapped in butcher paper. They sell
four kinds of roots: Tettninger, Willamette, Cascade, and Nugget. The
roots came with detailed instructions on how to plant and when to
harvest. So this weekend I was busy getting my hands dirty putting
them in the soil.


Michael Bass
Molecular Science Research Center, K2-18
Battelle - Pacific Northwest Laboratory
Richland, Washington 99352
lg562@pnl.gov (internet)
n7wlc@wa7eaq.wa.usa.na (amateur)


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