I have not actually planted hops but did a ton of research a couple years ago. If you soil is thawed, you can plant them now. Mulch them in well with composted manure and get your trellis system figured out.
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People visiting the ocean in Delaware go to the beach. In New Jersey, they go to the shore.
Thanks for the info everyone! I actually just did a CL search and found a person that is getting rid of his entire brew system and he only lives 5 minutes from me. With it is a mill that he's used for 10 years and he says it still works great. Comes with a motor, belt, hopper, homemade stand, etc... and he agreed to sell it for $65. It's adjustable and he said he hasn't adjusted it since he first set it up. I'm heading over later today and take a look at it and he's going to demonstrate it for me. If this doesn't work out, then I'll be looking into the JSP and Barley Crusher.
Also, congrats to Ron and Denny on being elected to the governing committee.
[...] smoking chickens will take up most of my time.
How do you get the feathers to stay in your pipe?
I've made a dunkel with 001. It was very good. I don't make it often, because I'm not that much of a wheat fan anymore.
I do not like 3068.
This is why you should have a garden-for the kids. My kids grew up eating fresh veggies straight from the garden(muddy carrots, immature sweet peas, etc) and we never had eating issues with either of them. I cringe every time I see a relative or friend's kid refuse to eat veggies.Wow, nice work morticai!
You could interplant with fast growing spring things, bc it will take a while for the tater plants to fill out.
I have heard that when you cut potatoes in parts for planting, you need to let them dry out. Any truth to that?
Apricot is in full bloom, so it snowed this morning.
It's so mice to have a proper garden plot. My 16 month old is loving getting all muddy.