My camera sucks. These are 2nd year hops. The hop trellis is 20 ft tall. The hops are now at 17ft and the ends of the vines have spurs so I think that's as tall as they'r going to get. 5 days ago I harvested from the cascade and the chinook. I found from making a hop tea that the lupulin is weak, compared to last years 1st harvest. The hops are on a pully system so I can pick the hops instead of cutting the vines, thus, getting about three harvest per season.
These hops are all organic. Despite having clay soil, I use no chemicals or fertilizer, just chicken and cow poo. I used Jute twine and saved a bunch instead of buying the standard Coir yarn.
I'll post better pictures as soon as my sister sends me those that she took on her good camera.