USDA ACCESSION No.: 21669

SELECTION: no specific information available

GENUS: Humulus

SPECIES: lupulus

CULTIVAR: Eastwell Golding

PEDIGREE: clonal selection made about 1889 in Kent, England

PRIMARY SITE: USDA/OSU hop research farm, Corvlalis, OR

ORIGIN: England

DATE RECEIVED: spring 1992

METHOD RECEIVED: rhizomes, obtained from English Hop Products Ltd, Kent, England

AVAILBILITY: no restrictions

REFERENCES: Burgess, 1964. Hops. Interscience Publishers, New York and London

USDA/ARS Annual Report on Hop Research 1992 and later years.

MATURITY: medioum late

LEAF COLOR: light green

SEX: female

DISEASES: Downy mildew: moderatly susceptible

Powdery mildew: no information

Verticillium wilt: tolerant

Viruses: no information

VIGOR: fair to good

YIELD: fair to poor

SIDE ARM LENGTH: 12 - 20 inches

ALPHA ACIDS: 6 %

BETA ACIDS: 3 %

COHUMULONE: 30%

STORAGE STABILITY: good, retained about 70% of its original alpha acids after 6 months storage at room temperature

OIL: 1.50 ml/ 100 g. Humulene 25%; caryophyllene 8 %; farnesene trace; myrcene 50%; H/C ratio = 3.20

MAJOR TRAITS: pleasant aroma characteristics similar to other Golding type hops

OTHER INFORMATION: This hop is one of many Goldings and appears to be especially similar to the old Petham Golding. The Petham Golding in our USDA collection (USDA Acession Number 68052) according to Dr. R.A. Neve, however, is different from the Petham Golding he knew in England. (personal communication about mid-1970s).

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