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Cascade Hop Rhizome
Cascade Rhizome


 
Rhizome Each $4.95
Hop Quarantine restrictions: Cannot ship to WA or Bonner & Kootenai Counties ID
2014 PRE-ORDER: shipping will begin early March 2014 Rhizomes will be shipped in order received Spring

Stock Status:In Stock
Availability:: Usually Ships in 2 to 3 Business Days
Product Code: CASC
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Released in 1972, the Cascade was the first commercially accepted American bred aroma hop and is now well established in the US. It is one of the most popular hop for craft brewing and great for dry hopping. The Cascade is a cross between the Fuggle and the Russian hop Serebrianka. The compact medium sized cone has a slight square shape to it and has a moderate amount of yellow lupulin. The lupulin develops in tight balls in the cone, which makes it a unique variety. It is good for picking, drying and baling.
Growing Hops
Characteristics
  • Maturity: Mid-season
  • Yield: 1400-2000 lbs/acre
  • Storage ability: 60-65% alpha acids remaining
  • Aroma: Medium with floral and citrus tones
  • Beer Styles: All Ale styles, been used with Wheat beers.


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

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Grows in the South January 30, 2014
Reviewer: Dustin Little from North Port, FL United States  
I purchased two plants last year and had an excellent yield, which was a great surprise considering I live in southwest Fl.

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Growing great!! April 24, 2012
Reviewer: Alfredo Jimenez from Woodbridge, VA United States  
Planted my Cascade Rhizomes on April 1st, Rhizomes has about 3-4 eyes on it. All of them have borken ground and are about 2inchs long with a 4th just below. Very stong looking brines hop to have a first year crop!!!

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