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#41 HillBilly Jeff

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 04:23 PM

Planted 216 peppers Saturday, 66 different varieties. Also put up 4 shelving units in the grow room. Sorry no pics. I have pictures, but currently my internet went down on me Saturday and I am waiting on delivery of parts. As soon as I get back online, I will upload some new pics. Hopefully I am online before I get blooms lol

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 07:29 PM

Still no Internet at home, but the peppers are popping all over the place. Hopefully I can get back on after work tonight and get some pictures uploads. Looking good so far!!!

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Posted 03 March 2012 - 12:15 AM

Wow, a week without Internet. Peppers are coming along well though. Superhots are slow getting going though. Will get a list up tomorrow of what I have up so far after a week in the ground.

First seed up, in two days.

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The three trays

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Grow Room shelving. Four of these racks in the room

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Adjustable lighting on shelving. Not for starting, but for the continued growing.

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March 2nd, one week into the grow.

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Posted 03 March 2012 - 10:58 AM

March 3, 2012. One week planted


0/3 Bhut Jolokia
0/3 Bhut Jolokia, Chocolate
0/3 Bhut Jokolia, Yellow
3/3 Big Bomb Hybrid
0/3 Biggie Chile Hybrid
0/3 Big Jim Hybrid
0/3 Black Scorpion Tongue
0/3 Brazilian Starfish
3/3 Budapest Hybrid
3/3 Bulgarian Carrot
3/3 Cajun Bell
1/3 Cascabella
2/6 Cayenne blend
1/3 Cayenne (Slender)
0/3 Cayenne (Thick)
2/3 Chapeu Du Frade (Bishop's Hat)
3/3 Chenzo Hybrid
2/3 Cherry Bomb Hybrid
3/3 Chiltepin
0/3 Cumari, C Chinense
0/3 Donnie Sali
2/3 Fish
3/3 Goat Horn, Large
1/3 Goat Horn, Small
0/3 Habanero Chocolate
1/3 1/3 Habanero Orange
0/3 Habanero, Red
1/3 Habanero White
0/3 Habanero Yellow
0/3 Hungarian Wax
3/3 Jalapeno
2/3 Jalapeno, Biker Billy
3/3 Jalapeno, Goliath
1/3 Jalapeno, Purple
5/6 Lemon Drop
1/3 Orange Manzano
3/3 Paper Lantern
0/3 Plabano
0/3 Pasilla Bajo
1/3 peruvian serlano
0/3 Pretty Purple
3/3 Red Savina
2/3 Sante Fe Grande
3/3 Serrano Tamp
2/2 Super Chili Hybrid
0/3 Tobago
0/3 Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
0/3 Trinidad Douglah
0/3 Trinidad Red Douglah
0/3 7 Pot
1/3 7 Pot Chaguanas
0/3 7 Pot Yellow
2/3 Yellow Scotch bonnet
6/6 Yello Thai

1/6 Jimmy Nardello
2/3 Douce D`Espagne
Not yet planted, seeds backordered. Marconi
5/6 Lipstick
3/3 Sweet Goliath
4/4 sunset sweet
3/3 Atris Hybrid
1/6 Canary Belle
4/4 Gypsy Hybrid
3/4 La Rouge Royale
3/3 Golden Treasure
2/2 Tangerine Dream
1/2 Mini bell

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Posted 04 March 2012 - 05:30 AM

Some peppers are having trouble losing their seed pods. Hope this doesn't become a problem.

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Posted 04 March 2012 - 06:44 AM

Nice list and setup. Good thinking with the wooden dowels.

And nice fish! Good luck this year.
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Posted 04 March 2012 - 05:33 PM

First Bhut and Red Douglah ever on the farm have sprouted!!!!

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 01:03 PM

Starting to wonder if the chocolates take longer to pop up than the rest.

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Posted 07 March 2012 - 01:20 PM

Nice list and setup. Good thinking with the wooden dowels.


Yes, a very ingenious solution! Your set up is awesome - a whole grow
room! Wow. Your off to a great start; things will start happening fast
in your trays, now! Good stuff, Bodeen!
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 03:39 PM

March 10, 2012. Two weeks planted


0/3 2/3 Bhut Jolokia
0/3 0/3 Bhut Jolokia, Chocolate
0/3 1/3 Bhut Jokolia, Yellow
3/3 3/3 Big Bomb Hybrid
0/3 3/3 Biggie Chile Hybrid
0/3 2/3 Big Jim Hybrid
0/3 1/3 Black Scorpion Tongue
0/3 1/3 Brazilian Starfish
3/3 3/3 Budapest Hybrid
3/3 3/3 Bulgarian Carrot
3/3 3/3 Cajun Bell
1/3 3/3 Cascabella
2/6 6/6 Cayenne blend
1/3 2/3 Cayenne (Slender)
0/3 0/3 Cayenne (Thick) old seed I think. Going to replant.
2/3 2/3 Chapeu Du Frade (Bishop's Hat)
3/3 3/3 Chenzo Hybrid
2/3 2/3 Cherry Bomb Hybrid
3/3 3/3 Chiltepin
0/3 2/3 Cumari, C Chinense
0/3 2/3 Donnie Sali
2/3 3/3 Fish
3/3 3/3 Goat Horn, Large
1/3 2/3 Goat Horn, Small
0/3 0/3 Habanero Chocolate
1/3 3/3 Habanero Orange
0/3 2/3 Habanero, Red
1/3 2/3 Habanero White
0/3 3/3 Habanero Yellow
0/3 2/3 Hungarian Wax
3/3 3/3 Jalapeno
2/3 2/3 Jalapeno, Biker Billy
3/3 3/3 Jalapeno, Goliath
1/3 3/3 Jalapeno, Purple
5/6 6/6 Lemon Drop
1/3 2/3 Orange Manzano
3/3 3/3 Paper Lantern
0/3 1/3 Plabano
0/3 2/3 Pasilla Bajo
1/3 3/3 peruvian serlano
0/3 2/3 Pretty Purple
3/3 3/3 Red Savina
2/3 2/3 Sante Fe Grande
3/3 3/3 Serrano Tamp
2/2 2/2 Super Chili Hybrid
0/3 3/3 Tobago
0/3 2/3 Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
0/3 1/3 Trinidad Douglah
0/3 2/3 Trinidad Red Douglah
0/3 2/3 7 Pot
1/3 2/3 7 Pot Chaguanas
0/3 0/3 7 Pot Yellow
2/3 2/3 Yellow Scotch bonnet
6/6 6/6 Yello Thai

1/6 6/6 Jimmy Nardello
2/3 3/3 Douce D`Espagne
4/6 Marconi
5/6 6/6 Lipstick
3/3 3/3 Sweet Goliath
4/4 4/4 sunset sweet
3/3 3/3 Atris Hybrid
1/6 1/6 Canary Belle (replanted)
4/4 4/4 Gypsy Hybrid
3/4 4/4 La Rouge Royale
3/3 3/3 Golden Treasure
2/2 2/2 Tangerine Dream
1/2 1/2 Mini bell

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 03:59 PM

Looks like you will be neck deep in peppers before you know it....impressive grow room.Looking forward to watching your season progress, and that is some list!
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Posted 10 March 2012 - 05:39 PM

Now we're talkin'! You have some great starts there, bodeen!
You will be having transplanting fun real soon! I'll check back later,
for sure!
Every Pod a Victory!

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Posted 10 March 2012 - 11:02 PM

I am still fretting over some chocolates and yellows. Hope they pop as I don't want to replant now.

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 04:50 PM

My replanted canary bell peppers are still not up, my replanted thick cayennes are starting to show some life. Using my own harvested seeds instead of the seeds I had left from last year.

I deleted my PM so if you got some chocolate seeds from me and they're not coming up, I will know I had crap seeds that I bought :(

First time ever I had a pepper come up (tobago) and the wither away. Never had that issue before and it sucks. If I do any more replanting of peppers, it will have to be when the round of tomato seed planting happens this weekend.

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Posted 13 March 2012 - 08:46 AM

The remaining two starfish are popping up as are all three of the newly planted thick cayenne from my own seeds. I guess my seed packet from last year isn't viable any more. At least they still have the time to get going.

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Posted 17 March 2012 - 08:01 PM

Started doing some re-potting today. Going to finish up tomorrow after work. Still no yellow Trinidads, choc bhuts or habs. Everything else is doing okay. Some leaf yellowing, might be a bit too much water...I hope that was it.

The 3 thick cayenne that wouldn't germ, I replanted with 3 of my own harvested seed. Now I have 6 plants up lol.

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Posted 21 March 2012 - 07:43 PM

Got some more transplanted done.

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Posted 21 March 2012 - 09:42 PM

Everything looks great; the transplants look nice under the lights!
Good luck going forward.
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Posted 21 March 2012 - 11:06 PM

Thank you. I wish I could retard their height a little bit. Rather have them get sturdy rather than tall and lanky.

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Posted 22 March 2012 - 03:40 PM

Jumping ahead a bit here, but I just added a fish cleaning station in my new boat garage/hobby shop, and it will also work out nice to clean my peppers when they get ripe. Also going to have a spot for the dehydrator there.

Not the stainless steel one I wanted, but the price was right (free) and it will work nice as a fillet station and a place to wash off my knives and such.


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