Research program aims to bring hops production to Maryland

A change from dry-hot to rainy-hot weather forced the Western Maryland Research & Education Center to postpone its media event last week to show off phase 1 results on a program aimed at making hops a viable industry in the state. Undeterred, Extension Officer Bryan Butler said such weather delays will not stop the experiment’s harvest. “This ...

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