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Hop culture in the United States
|Statement||by E. Meeker ; with fifteen years" experience of the author, giving minute instructions how to plant, cultivate and cure the crop : together with elaborate and general statistics of the hop trade of the world, cost of production, how to start a hop yard, best mode of preserving hops; with a synopsis of English and German methods, to which is added an exhaustive article from the pen of W.A. Lawrence ... with ilustrations.|
|Contributions||Lawrence, W. A. 1834-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||170 p. :|
|Number of Pages||170|
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In Tinged with Gold, Michael A. TomIan explores all aspects of hop culture in the United States and provides a background for understanding the buildings devoted to drying, baling, and storing hops.
The work considers the history of these structures as it illustrates their development over almost two centuries, the result of agrarian commercialism and nearly continuous technological by: 9. Hop culture in the United States: being a practical treatise on hop growing in Washington Territory, from the cutting to the bale: with fifteen years' experience of the author, giving minute instructions how to plant, cultivate and cure the crop: together with elaborate and general statistics of the hop trade of the world, cost of production, how to start a hop yard, best mode of Pages: Hop Culture in the United States Being a Practical Treatise on hop Growing in Washington Territory, From Cutting to the Bale.
This book synthesizes a diverse and often obscure literature of one of the more important specialty crops of the United States. Drawing from agronomists, geographers, historians, economists, and others, Tomlan has created an interdisciplinary history of hop culture in the United States up to approximately the Second World War.
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WHAT Hop Culture was born as an online. The Heart of Hop Country. The Pacific coastal states of Washington, Oregon, and California produced the majority of the US hop crop in the early s. The end of Prohibition in resulted in a considerable increase in hop acreage for these states, with.
The online store of craft beer magazine Hop Culture. Buy merch, apparel, glassware, and more!. This statistic shows the three U.S. states with the highest hop production in In that year, Washington produced about million pounds of hops.In various parts of the world, artists and musicians and other artists create their versions of hip-hop culture to appeal to their audience and cultural values; such as the hip hop culture in Bombay, India and how they are working to empower the young people in their communities.
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