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#461 Trippa

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 05:17 PM

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Works for me but maybe because I have already set my store location to oxenford on this device ... does the above link work??
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Maybe that one will work??

Anyway it only cost $4 and is nice and compact ... only has 22 compartments but once bagged/enveloped up I should be able to fit 4-5 varieties per compartment ....

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 05:23 PM

Yup...they both work for me! Great idea, should be just the ticket!


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Posted 02 July 2013 - 01:58 PM

So what lures are you going to stock the boxes with ;)


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Posted 02 July 2013 - 03:00 PM

Hey, Tristen!  Just got a chance to peruse your glog - superior pod shots as

usual, my friend.  I especially liked the Bonda Ma Jacques and Yellow 7 shots

so now I know what to look forward to!  Both of those plants are doing very

well at the moment.  The yellow 7 looks like it will be a big plant.

 

 

Glad to hear you survived the floods, winds and rains for the most part.  

Your season looks like it is finishing strong.  You are probably ready for

a break!


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Posted 02 July 2013 - 04:38 PM

So what lures are you going to stock the boxes with ;)

Well I have almost filled it up with seed saved from the past 2 seasons / trades and generous donations and seed purchases and I still have around 30 varieties still to sort. I saved the seeds alphabetically and realised that b is the most common starting letter of varieties I have ... I have almost nailed down my starting lineup ... But then I get a care package in the mail which may have thrown a large spanner in the works ;) :D ... More on that later

Hey, Tristen!  Just got a chance to peruse your glog - superior pod shots as
usual, my friend.  I especially liked the Bonda Ma Jacques and Yellow 7 shots
so now I know what to look forward to!  Both of those plants are doing very
well at the moment.  The yellow 7 looks like it will be a big plant.
 
 
Glad to hear you survived the floods, winds and rains for the most part.  
Your season looks like it is finishing strong.  You are probably ready for
a break!

Thanks for stopping by Paul. Yeah survived but didn't thrive I would have to say ... This season I am determined to do much better ... Less maintanence and more forethought is my idea this season.
Thanks for the compliments regarding the photos .. I do enjoy my pod porn :D
Yeah the yellow 7 will grow into a big plant if you let it for sure with lots of gnarly large pods ... And a great flavour and heat.
As for my season winding down ... Yes I trimmed the plants back about 4-5 weeks ago and I have now got quite a bit of new growth however I will be giving away most of my plants coming into their 3rd year and will be completely starting afresh (apart from 3 plants for my back balcony).
However as one season ends another must start so this coming weekend is planting time again for the new season. Limited to 10-11 new varieties and 13-14 plants overall.

Now I had nailed down 9 of the starting line up out of the 10 new varieties I am growing ....
However yesterday I received a very cool early birthday card from king denniz ... Packed full of a bunch of varieties of seeds and a dried pod of a super hot ... Not sure which one ...Now I am in a quandrary again .... Massive thanks KD ... I think ;) :D

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 06:55 PM

Turns out the pod I received was a Carolina Reaper (hp22b) ... Fast initial burn, but wore off a little quicker then many superhots ... Actually very similar to the primo in type and length of heat I think ...

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 09:58 PM

Hey Trippa, man - I would not be able to narrow it down to just ten. No chance lol


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Posted 02 July 2013 - 10:39 PM

Hey Trippa, man - I would not be able to narrow it down to just ten. No chance lol


I am restricted by space regardless luckily so it really simply means I can get 10 bigger plants and put more effort into them over say 15-20 plants in less then ideal conditions/container sizes ... If I grew out doors in ground.. More likely my issue would be what not to include ;) :D

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Posted 02 July 2013 - 10:52 PM

Damn man it's my first year and 10 plants would depress me. At the same time i feel ya. I'm sure every one of those plants will kick more ass than is even logically possible. Rock on dude.

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 02:27 AM

Damn man it's my first year and 10 plants would depress me. At the same time i feel ya. I'm sure every one of those plants will kick more ass than is even logically possible. Rock on dude.

Yeah in my first year I went nuts and had the whole balcony literally covered in plants ... But I think my approach now actually makes me consider and savour the plants I do grow a little more .... Funny thing is this year I am growing the least amount of plants but am more excited then ever to see them pod up because of the varieties I have ... Plus my 3rd season Bahamian goat and NTR are great staples to have along for the ride ... This year I think my production will outstrip my other years easily if I have done my homework

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 03:38 AM

So what lures are you going to stock the boxes with ;)




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Posted 03 July 2013 - 06:30 AM

If Ma Nature cooperates, I have no doubt you'll do well. Cheers mate!


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Posted 06 July 2013 - 10:18 PM

its the end of an era .....

 

 

thanks for watching and following along

 

 

and the beginning of a new improved era which you can find here...

 

Trippa's 2013-2014.... its weird and wonderful....for now..


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Posted 14 July 2013 - 10:52 AM

You've had a good run Trippa, and I look forward to checking out your grow for next season. Cheers! :cheers:


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