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June hop report

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The temperatures in June 2017 were considerably higher in comparison to the long-term average (plus 1, 9°C). Maximum temperatures over the month moved above 20°C, three times they exceeded 30°C. The warmest period was between June 19 and June 26, 2017. As far as the precipitations are concerned, until 29th day of the month it was one of the poorest Junes during recent years. For the cultivation only the rains of June 4 and June 23, 2017 had more importance. Than in June 29, 2017 the rainfalls reached 27, 6 mm. The rains of that day were of the stormy character and so in some places of Auscha region the precipitations reached up to 53 mm.
 

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Bohemia Hop a.s. took part in Craft Beer China 2017

 
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Bohemia Hop took part in Craft Beer China 2017 under the patronage of Nürnberg Messe at Shanghai Wolrd Expo Exhition Convetion on 17. – 19. May 2017. This convention has not so long tradition but it could change thanks to increasing number of Craft Breweries in China. Almost 100 exhibitors from 14 coutries participated in CBCE 2017. Bohemia Hop was the only Czech exhibitor participating in a trade show.
Viera Šedivá, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Jindřich Fialka, Director of Department of Foodstuffs , Martin štěpánek, Food Law and Quality Unit and Vladimír Randáček, Embassador of the Czech republic in China visited a stand of Bohemia Hop druing the second day of the show.

May hop report

hop report slideThe first half of May 2017 was relatively cold. Especially the night temperatures were very low in this period (within May 9th and May 11th they even decreased below freezing point). The warming started only during the second half of the month, when the temperatures exceeded 30°C in last three days of May. These extremely high daily heats caused the hail storms in Auscha region, more concretely they affected the Cooperative Liběšice, Chmel Polepská Blata Comp., Agro Hošťka Comp. and the farmers Macek Miroslav and Drahota Stanislav. The first estimations speak of damage of approx. 60 ha at rate of 80% to 100%. As far as the precipitations are concerned, this May was deeply below average, the rainfalls reached just 21 mm, i.e. 40% of long-term average. For the vegetation, mainly the field crops, this is a very negative phenomenon.

 

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May Report 2017 - Czech Hop Acreage Increased by 170 ha

Power-point uvodni 4-3According to the number published by the Central Instutute for Supervising and Testing in Agriculture the hop acreage in the Czech Republic is estimated to be 4 945 ha in 2017. This is an increase of 170 ha. The largest increase (+131 ha) is again seen with the Saaz variety with total acreage 4321 ha, followed by Sladek (+24 ha) with total acreage 291 ha and Kazbek (+12 ha) with total acreage 34 ha. The official final numbers will be available in the end of August.
From autumn of 2012 until spring 2017 the Czech hop growers planted 1 700 ha achieving a total net increase in acreage of 626 ha. This means that 34 % of the current Czech hop acreage is younger than 5 years.

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April hop report

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The weather during the first trimester of 2017 was characterized by huge differences between the average temperatures of individual months both in comparison to 2016 as well as the long term average. The most noticeable differences were recorded in January, when the average month temperature in this year was by 4,5°C lower than in previous year and by 4,0°C lower than the long term average.

 

 

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