USDA ACCESSION No.: 21610
SELECTION: no specific information available
CULTIVAR: New Zealand Hallertauer
PEDIGREE: 21397 x OP; tetraploid Hallertauer x open pollinated
PRIMARY SITE: USDA-OSU Hop Research Farm, East Farm, Corvallis, OR
ORIGIN: New Zeland Hop Research Center, Riwaka, Motueka, NZ
DATE RECEIVED: spring 1990
METHOD RECEIVED: rhizomes
AVAILBILITY: no restrictions, commercial variety
REFERENCES: Beatson, Ron. Various New Zeland Hop Research Reports starting about 1985.
Beatson R.A. 1993. Breeding and development of hop Cultivars in New Zealand. Proc. Sci. Com. Int=l. Hop Prod. Bureau, Wye College, England. July 1993; pp. 12-18.
LEAF COLOR: dark green
DISEASES: downy mildew: susceptible
Verticillium wilt: no information
Viruses: free of major hop viruses when received.
VIGOR: very good
YIELD: very good
SIDE ARM LENGTH: 30 to 48 inches
ALPHA ACIDS: 7.4%
BETA ACIDS: 5.2%
STORAGE STABILITY: very good, retained 78% of its original alpha acids after 6 months at room temperature storage.
OIL: 1.77 ml/100 g. Humulene 9.6 %; caryophyllene 4.7 %; myrcene 58.5%; farnesene 4.2%; H/C ratio = 2.03
MAJOR TRAITS: high yield potential
OTHER INFORMATION: This is not a Hallertauer-type hop, oil and alpha are too high, the alpha/beta ratio is too high, cohumulone is similar to Cluster-type hops, and the H/C ratio is much too low. This hop also contains farnesene, while true Hallertauer has none.
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