My PDN grows tall, but I wouldn't call it lanky. It fills out fairly well. And believe it or not, I've found the opposite.... mine seems to prefer a hotter environment! It's only started producing now that it's getting hotter. Last season it produced fine in the midst of summer too.
If I ever decide to grow Yellow 7 again, I know who I'm hitting up for seeds.
Hmm maybe I have a weird version of the PDN
. Hit away for yellow 7 seeds bro if you need them just give me a shout
Welcome back mate! You are becoming notorious for long THP layoffs. Per usual, you are bringing it with the photos. That is what we all want deep inside. Too much conversing and not enough pics around here!! Haha Don't go changing your handle to "Thrippa" just yet. You will charge forward to success.
Hey pr0digal nice to see you here. Yeah I have been in hibernation a bit just sussing out a few things etc. I think I am a bit more on top of things now though so should be about a bit more regularly.
Thanks for the compliments and don't worry I won't be changing my name just yet
Ditto your Yellow 7 comments- my original pot bound Yellow 7-what a trooper. These are sweet for the typical trick lag of the 7 pots then HERE SHE COMES HOT!
I checked that link for s-cide, and wouldn't ya know it..."temporarily unavail."-I like the sound of this one bigtime.
Thanks for stopping in bro. Yeah those yellow 7s are great. That spray certainly looks promising I will be trying to grab some off amazon sometime soon I think
I'm also growing entirely organic, so I'll be keeping an eye on your grow. I think you're right about the advantages of living in a temperate climate... It's a lot easier to clean up at the end of the season and let the cold winter temps kill off the things you don't want coming around. So far, all the critters that have been going after my peppers are large enough to be easy to spot and deal with. I take care of the Asian Garden Beetles with my thumb and bamboo skewers seem to take care of the cutworms. Good luck with your grow this season, and great pics!
Hey man great to see you here and thanks for looking. Yeah the warm climates are a blessing and a curse because there is little respite like you pointed out. But you have to make the best of what you have I guess so plenty of long season chinenses in the grow log.
Thanks for the compliments as well.
Great pics and very informative grow Trippa. Loving your take on growing. Please keep the amazing pod porn coming .
Hey Romy thanks for stopping in for a look. Well I try to be informative but learning all the time makes that information a ever changing beast
. Thanks for the compliments as well!!