Wild Hop Seeds (25 seeds) Humulus Lupulus - Heirloom Seeds
Wild Hop Seeds (25 seeds) Humulus Lupulus - Heirloom Seeds by Apollo Vale Hop Seeds at Nama Database. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. These are Humulus Lupulus (Hop) seeds that were collected from wild hops found in Wisconsin. The lineage of the parent plants is unknown, but are
These are Humulus Lupulus (Hop) seeds that were collected from wild hops found in Wisconsin. The lineage of the parent plants is unknown, but are likely a cross between formerly cultivated varieties and native varieties. Each female hop plant will provide unique brewing qualities. Hop seeds require a cold stratification period before they germinate. So, be sure to follow the germinating instructions provided with the seeds. Hops are diecious and therefore there is 50% chance that these seeds will grow into a female, cone producing plant. The other 50% of plants will be male, and NOT useful for brewing. If you live in a hop production area, it is imperative you properly dispose of any male plants (RoundUp, 2,4-D, etc.).
|Manufacturer:||Apollo Vale Hops|
|Brand:||Apollo Vale Hop Seeds|
|Publisher:||Apollo Vale Hops|
|Studio:||Apollo Vale Hops|
|Item Size:||0.12 x 5.51 x 5.51 inches|
|Package Weight:||0.22 pounds|
|Package Size:||2.36 x 0.12 x 0.12 inches|
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