About Low Trellis

Low Trellis hop production is the raising of hops on a vertical trellis. Much like grape production but the trellis is taller. The height of the trellis is any where from 8 to 10 foot high. Generally speaking 9 foot (2.9 M). This adaptation to a vertical wall which is common in grapes and now a common sight in apple allows us to incorporate grape and apple technologies into the low trellis hop production. Shared technology gains, equipment and knowledge are major factors in us moving toward the vertical wall concept of low trellis hops.


Here are some reports that have been done by the USA and other countries on the potential of Low Trellis Hop Production...

American Dwarf Hop Association
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