Happy hop harvest everyone! As you may know, our University of Vermont Extension Hop Quality Testing Laboratory is now up and running. We want to thank everyone for supporting the lab! We have received many samples over the last few weeks. As samples have been coming in, however, we have noticed that many are above […]
Greetings all! We are excited to announce the date of the annual UVM Extension Winter Hops Conference! Please mark your calendars, this year’s event will take place on Friday, February 22, 2013 at The Essex in Essex, VT. As the date gets nearer, we will post registration details here on What’s Hoppening. The day is […]
Chris Callahan was recently hired as the Agricultural Engineer for UVM Extension and is operating out of the Rutland, VT office. He is a long time Crops and Soils fav, and has worked on numerous projects with us, including the hops harvester, oast, and various oilseed projects. He and Lucy Carrasco, our Assistant Webmaster (and […]
This entry was posted on Monday, August 27th, 2012 at 3:34 pm and is filed under What's Hoppening.
In the Northeast, hop harvest generally begins in mid-August and continues through mid-September. Harvest date is primarily dependent on the hop variety. However weather can delay or hasten when a harvest will occur. Another factor that can influence harvest date is pest issues, including heavy spider mite and downy mildew infestations. In the major hop […]
This entry was posted on Friday, August 24th, 2012 at 9:24 am and is filed under What's Hoppening.