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#1 lee

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 01:22 PM

It's the time of the year to get my list for 2011 sorted. I will grow some Brazilian species as well. I'm very interested in the Trepadeira do Werner which was recently collected in the wild somewhere in Brazil. It seems that it's growing habits resembles a climber/vine.
The Brazilian species listed below also contains Chilli's that are collected at particular places along the Amazon river..

Brazilian species
Pimenta de cheiro
Brasileira- Piaozinho amarelo
Brasileira - Marimbondo
Brasileira - Tropical
Brasileira - 3 lobos
Murupi -Cabeša do Cachorro
Pimenta ardosa- Cabeša do cachorro
Urubu - Cabeca do Cachorro
Dedo de Moca- Amarela
Malaguetinha do amazonas
Coracao de boi
Bode amarela
Trepadeira do werner
Piao
Biquinho
Bode vermelha
Cheiro amareua
Olho de peixe
Cambuci
Cumari do para
Bode amarela
Luna

Below the list of Wild species. Will try to do a comparison between the C.cardenasii species this year and of course will try to cross C.flexuosum

Wild species
C.cardenasii CAP 1530
C.cardenasii 904750136
C.cardenasii CGN 20497
C.cardenasii CAP 1530 (overwintered)
Ulupica Large
C.flexuosum (Brazilian source)
Tepin (pin)
Tepin (Guatemala)
C.flexuosum (overwintered)
C.galapagoense
C.chacoense (purple flowered)
C.tovarii (overwintered)
CAP 1491 (overwintered)
CAP 487
C.praetermissum CGN22795
C.praetermissum CGN20805
C.praetermissum CAP 1478
CGN19198
CGN19198#2
CAP213
CAP 215

I will start somewhere in Februari 2011, if I can wait that long and hope we have a good summer.

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 01:45 PM

amazing LEE.
i have CAP 1491 very very slow growing pepper.

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 01:53 PM

Nice list. Good luck with your 2011 grow-out, though you don't need to seem luck with your skills. :)

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 02:11 PM

Lot of nice variety Lee hope they do good for you :)

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 03:22 PM

Nice list and beautiful varieties, congratulations

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Posted 22 December 2010 - 10:08 PM

Lee, any differences in your Flexuosum plants between the Brazilian-sourced one and PI 631154? I'm curious.

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Posted 26 December 2010 - 04:59 AM

Thanks all. It will be an interesting year


amazing LEE.
i have CAP 1491 very very slow growing pepper.


Hi Judy,

I grew it this year and it's indeed not the fastest one. I harvested the pods from CAP1491 last week! while being inside for about 8 weeks now.


Lee, any differences in your Flexuosum plants between the Brazilian-sourced one and PI 631154? I'm curious.

Chris



Hi Chris,

They are not the same as the USDA accession but I'm not sure if it's C.flexuosum. They are labeled as C.flexuosum but the seeds are dark brown!. I tried to germinate these last year but they failed. Will do a second try this year to find out what they exactly are


Well here a few more Bonchi pictures. I like how C.eximium is growing :mrgreen:

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CAP 1491 Needs a lot of wiring
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Posted 27 December 2010 - 11:16 AM

beautiful varieties lee,good crop for 2011

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Posted 27 December 2010 - 12:48 PM

Dang!! :eek:

Lee, my man... I've never grown wild chilies because I didn't have enough room to them.
But, when I saw your list, I feel like I have to go wild this season...
I got an extra Growroom(120x240x120cm), with 2 x 600w HPS lights. :)

Only 3 wild varieties, what I have, is:
Ulupica Large/Rocopica
Galapagoense
Lanceolatum

So, how those varieties germinates? How long it takes and how easy/hard to get them germinating...?

I appreciate for your help!!

Mikko

Edited by Miksa, 27 December 2010 - 12:49 PM.

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Posted 27 December 2010 - 06:37 PM

Great looking list as usual Lee! A year or so ago you inquired as to what the terrain/landscape looked like where these Tepin's grow.

I finally found some Tepins growing in a natural wild environment. These pics are from Eastern Williamson county, (except the one in my kitchen) which is just above Travis county. This is a deer lease of a coworker. Pics taken within the last 3 days. Coldest temps so far 25 degrees F.

Best Regards Mike

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Posted 28 December 2010 - 01:26 PM

Hi Mike,

Great pictures. The last pictures shows some frost damage on the stem but the pods seems to be doing fine.

thanks!

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Posted 28 December 2010 - 01:30 PM

Dang!! :eek:

Lee, my man... I've never grown wild chilies because I didn't have enough room to them.
But, when I saw your list, I feel like I have to go wild this season...
I got an extra Growroom(120x240x120cm), with 2 x 600w HPS lights. :)

Only 3 wild varieties, what I have, is:
Ulupica Large/Rocopica
Galapagoense
Lanceolatum

So, how those varieties germinates? How long it takes and how easy/hard to get them germinating...?

I appreciate for your help!!

Mikko


Hi Mikko,

I have had good succes with C.lanceolatum and ulupica but I must say that the shell of C.lanceolatum can be very tough to crack. You might want to soak them overnight prior to sowing to get more chance on success.
Keep temps around 29 degrees and everything should be fine

Good luck

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Posted 28 December 2010 - 01:45 PM

I'll give and go for wild's...
I have plenty of experience to hard shells, so I'll keep them moist after germination. That should be fine.

I just wondering those germination times. How log it would take with those varieties?
So I won't threw them away after 2 weeks...? :D

Edited by Miksa, 28 December 2010 - 01:46 PM.

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Posted 28 December 2010 - 01:56 PM

Well within 3 weeks you should see some signs of life, but longer periods/shorter are possible.

I'll give and go for wild's...
I have plenty of experience to hard shells, so I'll keep them moist after germination. That should be fine.

I just wondering those germination times. How log it would take with those varieties?
So I won't threw them away after 2 weeks...? :D



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Posted 29 December 2010 - 01:15 PM

Article about Duke Pequin C.frutescens http://www.wildchill...ens-duke-pequin

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Posted 01 January 2011 - 01:08 PM

Happy New Year!

Bought me a new propagator with integrated heating system. I used a heating mat in my old one which was to small to heat up the entire propagator completely. I got it on sail and paid €30 and wasn't to happy with the low power output but I'm surprised that the temperature in the cubes reach up to 26 °C with just 15W. The room temperature is 13 °C. In the end I'm happy and can't wait to start my 2011 seeds :roll:

I've put some 2010 seeds in to test their germinating. I have put in some floaters and sinkers of C.tovarii and some C.flexuosum seeds.

I've updated my list with another accession of C.cardenasii for the C.cardenasii project

Wild species
C.cardenasii CAP 1530
C.cardenasii 904750136
C.cardenasii CGN 20497
C.cardenasii CAP 1530 (overwintered)
C.cardenasii C.cardenasii
Ulupica Large
C.flexuosum (Brazilian source)
Tepin (pin)
Tepin (Guatemala)
C.flexuosum (overwintered)
C.galapagoense
C.chacoense (purple flowered)
C.tovarii (overwintered)
CAP 1491 (overwintered)
CAP 487
C.praetermissum CGN22795
C.praetermissum CGN20805
C.praetermissum CAP 1478
CGN19198
CGN19198#2
CAP213
CAP 215

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Posted 05 January 2011 - 01:29 PM

Added some more species to list :roll: , some interesting Wild Hybrids.


Wild Hybrids
UC, Davis "Tepin from Peru" X Wild Brazil
UC, Davis "Tepin from Peru" X Mariwiri
Locato X Cgn19198#2
UC, Davis "Tepin from Peru"
"Mariwiri"
Duke Pequin X Naga Morich
CGN19198#2

Brazilian species
Pimenta de cheiro
Brasileira- Piaozinho amarelo
Brasileira - Marimbondo
Brasileira - Tropical
Brasileira - 3 lobos
Murupi -Cabeša do Cachorro
Pimenta ardosa- Cabeša do cachorro
Urubu - Cabeca do Cachorro
Dedo de Moca- Amarela
Malaguetinha do amazonas
Coracao de boi
Bode amarela
Trepadeira do werner
Piao
Biquinho
Bode vermelha
Cheiro amareua
Olho de peixe
Cambuci
Cumari do para
Bode amarela
Luna

Wild species
C.cardenasii CAP 1530
C.cardenasii 904750136
C.cardenasii CGN 20497
C.cardenasii C.cardenasii
C.cardenasii CAP 1530 (overwintered)
Ulupica Large
C.flexuosum (Brazilian source)
Tepin (pin)
Tepin (Guatemala)
C.flexuosum (overwintered)
C.galapagoense
C.chacoense (purple flowered)
C.tovarii (overwintered)
CAP 1491 (overwintered)
CAP 487
C.praetermissum CGN22795
C.praetermissum CGN20805
C.praetermissum CAP 1478
CGN19198
CAP213
CAP 215

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 12:40 PM

C.flexuosum crossing project http://wildchilli.eu....php?f=90&t=521

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 01:14 PM

Excellent initiative my friend :onfire: ...

as I already said I can not wait to see your results and compare them to our of AISPES :cool:

Edited by megamastger71, 12 January 2011 - 11:35 AM.

AISPES - www.aispes.com or www.aispes.org (database)




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