On November 15, 2011 at 2PM EST, Dr. Rob Sirrine from Michigan State University Extension and Brian Tennis from the Michigan Hop Alliance will be conducting a webinar on small-scale organic hops production. (A webinar, for those who don’t know, is a seminar conducted on the internet.) We’ve been lucky enough to work with Brian [...]
Howdy folks, You may have seen or heard word about a Hops Tea Tasting and Sensory Evaluation happening at the Bobcat Cafe and Brewery this November, and I’m sorry to announce that it has been postponed. Stay tuned for future updates.
One of the many amazing things about hops is how quickly they grow! This spring we got Harold the Crop Cam to document it all. In under three minutes you can watch our first full-year growth from emergence all the way through to harvest.
For those who missed the Mobile Hop Harvester field days in Vermont and Massachusetts, we have just posted a YouTube video, check it out! Subscribe to the YouTube channel to be sure to not miss an update from the UVM Extension Northwest Crops and Soils Team!
Harvest is over, and as always, much has been learned from the growing season. Now is the time to finish documenting your successes and failures in your handy-dandy Hop Production Record Keeping Booklet! Did you notice that one variety seemed to do better with two bines per string vs. four bines? Or perhaps that training [...]