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#1 gabrielfollis

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 10:28 AM

It's been almost two weeks since this season's seed crops were planted, and the seed pots are enjoying their humid incubation period. The trusty miniature greenhouse is working just as expected, as it does every year. It pretty much takes care of itself, other than having to periodically adding a little water. Here are the super-hots I am growing http://www.gabrielfo...-hot-squad.html

what is everyone else growing? Anything interesting?

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 11:53 AM

I have some Devils tongue (thanks spongey), naga morich and Bhut jolokia that are coming up nicely and some over winter serrano, cayenne, jalapeno and hot hungarian. I tried to get some hot wax and twight growing but for some reason, they didnt take. Oh and some chile chile from the competition grow. They havent set any peppers yet but they keep flowering.

Edited by ta2edfreak, 10 February 2012 - 11:58 AM.


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Posted 10 February 2012 - 04:27 PM

2nd year growing…started this season with maybe 100 plants in mind…now have close to 500 seeds germinating! Anyone else addicted to peppers?

Here’s what we got germinating:



NAGA MORICH

TRINIDAD SCORPION

TRINIDAD SCORPION--BUTCH T

BHUT JOLOKIA

YELLOW BHUT JOLOKIA

FATALII

PAKISTANI (DANDICUT)

7 POT

7 POT BRAIN STRAIN

7 POT BARRACK PORE

7 POT DOUGLAH

7 POT PRIMO

7 POT JONA

PERUVIAN WHITE HABANERO

SCOTCH BONNET HABANERO

CHOCOLATE HABANERO

MULATO

RED FRESNO

DATIL

CAYENNE

TABASCO

DUKE PEQUIN

SONORAN CHILTEPIN

HOT COW HORN

SWEET BANANNA

Plus have some giant bhut and lemon drop seeds on order!

#4 jjdillion

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 04:53 PM

Hello,
This is my first post so i will add a little self intro. I am 36years old and live in germany. I am originally from alexandria, Virginia. I started growing a few superhots last year around May and have been attempting to have them survive thru the super cold winter we are having here. I started in December germinating
Bhut Jolokia

Bhut Jolokia Choc.

Trinidad Scorpions

Morouga Red

Morouga Yellow

Fataliis

Devils Tongue

Carribean Red

Habenero Choc

Habenero Mustard

Chi Chiens

Africa birds Eye

Naga Morich

Madame Janette

I planted ten seeds of each kind but in the end i only have 35 seedlings that are currently in white party cups. I had about a fifty percent germination rate but even some that germinated later died. Anyway, I got at least one of each kind except for the Habenero Chocolates. Here are some pictures of my setup. From December 27 til Feb. 09 I was using 3 23w CFLs. I now am using a 600w Metal halide I bought and set up yesterday

Question.. how do i post pictures

#5 OROZCONLECHE

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Posted 23 February 2012 - 05:43 PM

Hello,
This is my first post so i will add a little self intro. I am 36years old and live in germany. I am originally from alexandria, Virginia. I started growing a few superhots last year around May and have been attempting to have them survive thru the super cold winter we are having here. I started in December germinating
Bhut Jolokia

Bhut Jolokia Choc.

Trinidad Scorpions

Morouga Red

Morouga Yellow

Fataliis

Devils Tongue

Carribean Red

Habenero Choc

Habenero Mustard

Chi Chiens

Africa birds Eye

Naga Morich

Madame Janette

I planted ten seeds of each kind but in the end i only have 35 seedlings that are currently in white party cups. I had about a fifty percent germination rate but even some that germinated later died. Anyway, I got at least one of each kind except for the Habenero Chocolates. Here are some pictures of my setup. From December 27 til Feb. 09 I was using 3 23w CFLs. I now am using a 600w Metal halide I bought and set up yesterday

Question.. how do i post pictures

Go to Photobucket.com and make a free account, Upload your Pictures, Go to Your albums and on the picture it will give you a set of codes, Get the Code that says IMG Code, then after you Copy the Code Paste it Here
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#6 Yumyumyellow

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 09:47 AM

  • Chocolate Beauties, Anaheim Chilies, Early Jalapenos, Jamaican Scotch Bonnets, Mulato Islenos, Super Red Pimentos, San Luis Anchos, Purple Jalapenos, Cherry Bomb F1 Hybrids, Chipotles, Ring of Fire Cayenne, Cajun Belle, Naga Morich, 7 Pot Pepper, Butch T Trinidad Scorpion, Ghost Peppers, yellow fatalii, black congo, aji limon, and hot lemon.
temps dropped a lot so i had to make mini-greenhouses :doh:

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Edited by Yumyumyellow, 24 April 2012 - 09:47 AM.

Put that in your pepper and smoke it!

#7 cory_huck

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:01 AM

your place is beautiful man!

i carry a big pepper in my pocket!


#8 Beelzeboss

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:35 AM

your place is beautiful man!


Agreed, nice place bro
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Posted 24 April 2012 - 10:47 AM

Thanks! I try my hardest keeping everything happy back there... gotta have flowers to attract bees/butterflies! I'll post more pix when the rain garden on the hill explodes and everything's in bloom. I still have the main veggie garden to till... everything's going right on schedule though, frost date isn't for another 2 weeks. We probably have ~2000 sqft of flower gardens in our yard and the county put in a rain garden about 200 yards long behind our fence. :dance:
Put that in your pepper and smoke it!





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