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So I have gotten a hold of a "us cascade" hop plant which is doing great. Question is what separates the nz and us strains. Is it the plant it's self or is it the country/climate it grows in. Google hasn't helped me on this one. I'm not phased just wondering what to expect

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Comment by Crusader-Rob on October 17, 2016 at 8:59am

I think they're different plants.

NZ Cascade  is actually no longer considered cascade because of the stark differences.

Its being called Taiheke now.

Comment by Kroydon on October 17, 2016 at 9:01am
Sweet, I had thought so, thought there would be no harm in asking


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