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Early-summer hops update
IPM collaborations continue, MSU Extension hops programs announced.
Hops fertility: Part 1
Proper Nitrogen application and timing is crucial for maximizing hop yields.
Hops: The importance of selecting the appropriate training date
Date of training can affect yield and cone quality.
Can Michigan hop growers run sheep through their hopyards?
Many hop growers use sheep for weed control, to control sucker regrowth and for soil fertility.
Annual hop acreage survey underway
Opportunity for Michigan hop growers to stand-up and be counted.
Farmers markets now accepting small winery applications
Because of the growing number of wineries in Michigan, many markets have embraced the PA 100, and are excited to work with small wineries and cideries.
Pure Michigan Business Connect
MEDC offers assistance for farmers and agricultural producers.
Proposed Farm to Glass legislation: A boon to Michigan farmers?
HB 5275 provides tax incentives for brewers, cider, wine and mead makers to purchase Michigan-grown products.
Register now for Michigan State University’s IPM Academy!
Academy helps farmers and gardeners with pest management decisions and more.
Interested in learning more about hops production?
Michigan State University Extension to offer “Getting started with hops production” webinar.