Thx for explaining the reasoning behind trimming early growth in order to encourage laterals by timing the max vertical growth to coincide with the summerherbmeowing
I'm in Northern Virginia. My Challenger is 78", Magnum 75", Willamette 31" and Ultra 11". The Challenger is in it's 5 year, the others second year. I've cutscott_645
Hops grow vertical until about the summer solstice and then start growing horizontal from then until harvest. Clipping back the first shoots of spring is towizarc
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