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At the Aquila I took a long branch of a plant that seems to me to be Hops. How can I reproduce it? Can I take cuttings now, maybe putting them in a greenhouse? I live in the center-south.
Dear Alice, thank you for writing in the questions and answers section of our website. Hops (Humulus lupulus) is a plant of the Cannabinaceae family that is found on the edge of the woods up to an altitude of 1200 meters. Known for its various properties (aromatic, diuretic, digestive, laxative), it blooms in spring and is harvested in late summer. As for its cultivation needs we can say that it is a plant that prefers sunny positions, exposed to direct light, does not like excess water but needs frequent irrigation and tolerates the cold well even if it is appropriate, before the winter season, carry out a slow release nitrogen fertilization.
As for your question, unfortunately we must warn you that the current season (late autumn) is not the most suitable for making the cuttings since the plant is in a dormant state and would not react very well to the intervention. The woody cuttings are made at the end of September and the semi-woody ones towards the end of August. We therefore recommend that you wait a bit and return next summer to the place where you picked the hop branch to try, with greater probability of success, the cutting operation.
Sowing HopsI saw that in the cones there are small black dots, they will be seeds ... if you sow now, in a "warm bed"? Otherwise it is better that you let the cones dry x then use the seeds in warmer times?
HopHops, botanical name Humulus lupulus, is a climbing plant native to Asia and Europe, belonging to the Cannabinaceae family which also includes hemp and marijuana. He introduced himself ...
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Hops - Humulus lupulus
The hop it's a climbing plant which in addition to the well-known commercial uses for the production of beer is also cultivated for ornamental purposes to embellish pergolas and gazebos.
- Characteristics of the hops
- Hops cultivation
- Multiplication of Hops
- Pests and diseases of hops
- Edibility and Poisonousness
- Photo gallery Hops
The best hop varieties
As the brewing scene continues to expand in Spain, growers have established some hop varieties that they consider to be the best. As you wish for the different beers, the main hop varieties will inevitably change, but here, some are solid classics:
- Waterfall : This hop has citrus and grapefruit tones. It is one of the most popular craft making options.
- Chinook : Grown as a dual-use hops, Chinook has undertones of citrus, pine, and spice. This type grows well in hot, dry climates.
- Centenary : Brewers choose it for its bitter flavor and lemon notes.
- Glass : Glass has a nice wood scent. It has a lower yield, ideal for local producers. It is resistant to the withering of the trumpets.
- Nugget : Nugget is a proven bitter hop with a herbal flavor.
- Fuggle : The fugle is an English hop that is now grown in Spain. It is often paired with other hops and has woody and grassy aromas.
- Willamette : Willamette, originally from Fuggle, is a popular variety in the United States, offering a floral and elderberry aroma.
- Magnum : This hop is a high alpha cultivar that is used for bitterness. Adds spicy and fruity notes to beer.
- Hallertauer : He is a German type considered a classic among brewers. It works well in most German beers and beer. It is susceptible to certain diseases, so choose a hybrid if you are fighting hop pests.
- Golding : It is an English type with a slight spiciness and a floral aroma. Many brewers think it's one of the best bitter hops for British beers.
Believe it or not, there are over 120 hop varieties which is quite a large collection. How to choose the right hop varieties to grow? Ask yourself these questions.
- What are the varieties that grow best in my area?
- What flavors or characteristics should I look for in my beer?
- Do I have the desired return?
A note on alpha acids
When choosing a hop variety, the percentage of alpha acid must be taken into account. This will tell you how bitter this particular type is. The higher the percentage, the more bitter the beer will be.
Hops plant propagation methods
About 98% of the world's hops are used in beer production. Plants grow from a perennial crown that produces annual or double shoots. Bines can grow up to 25 feet in length. Once established, hops are hardy, resilient plants with dummy roots that penetrate 15 feet into the earth.
Growing hop rhizomes is the quickest method of establishing new plants, but it is also possible to propagate hop plants from cuttings or seeds. Experts agree that planting hops from clippings can be difficult, but can be successful if planted immediately after harvest and with several healthy root nodes. Seeds, however, are not normally recommended, but they can be a fun technique to try.
How to propagate the hop plant from rhizomes
The rhizomes grow from perennial canopy and are similar to roots but take root in the internodes and sprout quickly, producing new plants in no time. The rhizomes can be found under the ground, usually several inches from the base of the main mother plant.
Growing hops rhizomes requires well-draining soil and a fairly neutral soil pH. Collect rhizomes for hop plant propagation in late spring and plant immediately. Cut 5 to 6 cm of rhizome with a sharp, sterile knife and plant 12 inches (15 cm) below the soil surface.
Keep the area moderately moist for a week. At this point, the rhizomes should have emitted roots and started producing small shoots. Keep plants moist but not soggy and free of weeds. Once the shoots are a couple of inches tall, use stakes or other support to start training the plants.
Plant the hops from clippings
You can install new cuttings in late spring or summer. Again, make sure your soil drains well and has a fairly neutral pH. Add lime or sulfur if you need to correct the pH of the soil and incorporate plenty of compost. Outdoor plants should be installed 1 to 2cm deep and 2.5cm apart. Keep outdoor plants moderately moist and provide new shoots with some sort of support.
Alternatively, root cuttings in individual pots. Use a good sterile potting solution and cuttings with at least two root knots under the soil. Cover the indoor pots with a plastic bag after moistening the soil. Roots develop quickly and indoor plants should be ready for transplanting in two weeks.
Propagation of hop plants from seed
Surely someone, somewhere, grows hops from seed even though it is not recommended. Germination is not the problem as much as the sex of the plant. If you want flowering stems with cone-shaped flowers, you will need feminine vines. Males are important for pollen, but only if you want to produce seeds.
If you have vines that have produced seeds, plant them in an apartment and see what they will do. You can get male or female plants, but the seeds fit well in a medium pot with moderate humidity and lots of heat.
For a foolproof method of hop propagation, however, cuttings or rhizomes will be faster, establish more robustly and quickly, and the sex of the vine can be determined by the sex of the mother plant.
Contraindications of hops
Alongside these benefits, there are a number of side effects linked to excessive and improper use.
In fact, they have been highlighted dizziness, allergic reactions is cognitive disturbances.
Finally, pregnant women, children and those affected by depression must avoid taking it. Similarly, care must be taken if you are taking psychiatric drugs or following hormonal therapies.
Precisely for these reasons, before starting the hiring, it is essential to request information from an experienced and qualified professional.
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Hops - garden
Hop is a climbing perennial plant, its fruits can reach up to 7 meters in height. It is a very resistant plant that grows in soils poor in nutrients. Its flowers are used in the brewing process.
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Hops - garden
I would like to plant a couple of hops in the garden, of course
Do you have any tips for me?
Mainly on where to find supplied nurseries, preferably in the area
alto lazio or possibly willing to send (I just sent, in
broken English, an email to a German company).
Then any advice is welcome.
On it.hobby.birra I asked for advice on the recommended varieties.
I wonder: but if this summer I go to the riverside and do it
any cutting? A few years ago I found some along the mouth of the Marta. But
is the plant dioecious or monoecious? Interested in female flowers I must
understand if I have to look for a female plant or if one is worth the other. IS
above all, are the inflorescences of the wild suitable for the purpose?
. from what little I know and that I have seen the hops come up out of spite.
I think if you take a map from the river no one will complain.
the problem is that if you want to make beer you don't know the A.a of hops that
you would go to use. in practice you don't know how bitter it is. and you don't know of
precise how many grams to put.
you should go by trial and error. of course you can drink beer even if it is a
bit more or less bitter .. it depends a bit on your tastes and how much you like to risk
good cultivation and good cooked)