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Old 08-30-2011, 09:32 PM  
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I planed two hops vines this May, a cascade and a Centennial. The Centennial grew to about 6' and the Cascade is still going about 1.5" a day and has about 50 hops cones formed and filling out. Hopefully at least some of those develop all the way.

I believe mold and the shorter days are the problem in Indiana for commercial viability. However for home growing I will testify to Cascade being a great grower this year (2011).
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Old 08-30-2011, 10:23 PM  
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However for home growing I will testify to Cascade being a great grower this year (2011).
I'm in the Willamette Valley surrounded by hops vines. The RR siding North of me was built just for hops.
I can't imagine a wetter more hospitable home for mold (except the Olympic Peninsula) than right here. Dig deeper, there must be a solution.
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