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File:Humulus.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Brief Description and Basic Data.Hops Extract INCI Name Humulus ... Plant Resistence Genes Project Humulus lupulus 'Aureus' (Hops) - Fine Gardening Plant Guide

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Hops: Correspondences
Humulus lupulus Folk Names: Beer Flower, Flores de Cerveza Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Air Deity: Power: Healing, Sleep...
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Humulus lupus. Description. Humulus lupus (hops) is a climbing perennial vine that vigor- ously grows 20-35 feet each year.
Humulus lupulus L.
Etymology: Humulus is a Latin name of uncertain origin, it may have come from the Low. German word “humela” for hop; lupulus literally means a "small wolf.
Humulus scandens
Invasive Plants of Asian Origin Established in the US and Their Natural Enemies — 85. Introduction.
JAPANESE HOPS Humulus japonicus
Humulus japonicus. New Invasive Plants of the Midwest Fact Sheet. Description: Japanese hops is a herbaceous annual vine that twines counter-clockwise.
Humulus. Cannabis. Lupulus.

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Beer makers get focused, one variety of hops at a time
Like grapes, the resinous flowers of Humulus lupulus are agricultural products that come in distinctive varieties, each with its own flavors and aromas. Instead of syrah and cabernet, the beer world has Simcoe and Cascade.
Deep Thoughts
Here's the real deal on the common hop (Humulus lupulus) from the International Substance Use Library (DrugText.
Woman hopping to the challenge
Gowan was introduced to the crop with the odd name -- hops is short for humulus lupulus -- through Brian Hunt, Manitoba Agriculture crop specialist, who began experimenting with growing the crop in 2008.
Roll away puffiness
By incorporating ingredients with soothing properties, like Amentoflavone and Humulus Lupulus Extract, the skin around the eye area is calmed.
Entspannte Rhythmen im Zaubergarten
Mit Einbruch der Dunkelheit erwacht das auf einer Anhöhe zwischen Scheyern und Vieth gelegene Humulus Lupulus Doldensound Open Air zu neuem Leben.

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Humulus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Humulus, Hop, is a small genus of flowering plants native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The female flowers (often called "cones") of H.
Humulus lupulus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Humulus lupulus
Jan 7, 1998 Information on the hop, its uses, chemistry, description, ecology, cultivation and harvesting.
PLANTS Profile for Humulus lupulus var. lupuloides (common hop
A PLANTS profile of Humulus lupulus var. lupuloides (common hop) from the USDA PLANTS database.
NCGR-Corvallis Humulus Genetic Resources
Hops (Humulus lupulus L.) are commercially important as an essential flavoring in beer.

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