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#1 KiNGDeNNiZ

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Posted 08 November 2012 - 04:30 AM

so last years grow came with ups.. and a LOT of downs....but it shall not slow me down... since being introduced to the AEROGARDEN (thanks alot PINOYPRIDE) i have yet to stop sowing seeds... so my early starts have already began for next year... i will do my best to label and keep track....Aerogarden #1---sowed 11/6/121Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)2. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)3. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)4.5. Mustard Habanero (seeds from Pulpiteers pods)6. Fatalii-yellow (seeds from JAGs pods)7. Mustard Habanero (seeds from Pulpiteers pods)Aerogarden #2 sowed 11/01/121. Bubblegum 7 pot---- Slater1980 0/22. Malaysian goronong (tucabil) 0/33, Red Brain strain (romy6) 1/34. Jamaican Scotch bonnet (midwestchilihead) 0/25. Scotch Bonnet (jamison) 0/26. Mustard Habanero (bakers creek-rareseeds.com) 2/37. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)Aero garden #3---sowed 10/30/12--- intially seeds thrown in soil then moved to aeropods 11/51-6----. Fatalii-yellow (seeds from JAGs pods) 6/6more pics and updates to follow62E5DA2A-0DE5-4B8C-AD3C-7DF12AA0EDC2-762as you can see in the aerogarden... that lil clear cup was filled with about 20 seeds from JAGs fataliis.. =Dits only been 11 hrs.. and it already looks like this...alakan humus...alfalfa... worm castings.... molasses...mushroom compost...and mycoblast packet9A182766-60EA-4AED-A496-BB06A6BE48D2-378also will take a chance on cloning... thanks to PaulG and other thread who did cloning..F2A9DA8D-F988-4886-8803-789BE9C5D07B-378this reaper was dampening in my aero.. so i snipped it...dipped in in rooting hormone (MG)the healthier reaper i moved from aero - soil due to aphid infestationC12BAA2C-6A6A-4169-84E4-31CD444A632F-378will find a way to utilize all these goodies from the indoor garden expoFD05A41A-0A4D-400E-9120-E1DFB59043A6-424who needs some pectin.. i scored all these at $.54ea due to albertsons grocery closing..93D08866-FE7E-4243-B817-D233228A242E-798CF913B46-D55E-4BDA-B8A7-75EA42139B25-312this hot sauce thing is kinda fun... although the jelly seems easier04082C8F-88A3-4593-B02B-6F931796E04B-378FF5B5670-F47D-4112-AA00-F45B4C1171B3-378and with regards to HOW young is too young to start them with peppers... heres my answer.. 4 years old97F02D73-8F6F-4B8D-A952-76BE80CC8277-127

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Posted 08 November 2012 - 06:18 AM

Wow you are going really high tech. Looking good. Glad to see you got a nice break in between seasons lol.

You do your thing, I'll do mine.


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Posted 08 November 2012 - 08:54 AM

Looks great, Denniz. Looking forward to following your 2013 grow. Hopefully you will find a way to obliterate those grubs. Great choices on the starts. I'm pretty fond of the Goronong. It's a cool plant. Mine is just starting to set pods again. I only got a couple of small ones the first go, but they are tasty with a good heat. Surprised more people don't grow this one.
All peppers are ornamentals. ;)

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Posted 08 November 2012 - 09:46 AM

Best of luck in 2013 - you're sure starting early! The plants looks very nice.

Love your pictures, esp. the girls. :confused:

If you can't use all of your pectin before the expiration date, just send me a message and I'll take them off your hands. I make lots of jams throughout the year.
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Posted 08 November 2012 - 11:34 AM

Sowed in the traditional heat dome on 10/21

reaper 1/3
primo 2/6 (preemo)
Chocolate SB 1/5 (Ajijoe)
JSB -yellow 0/3 (ajijoe)
Bubblegum 2/4 (slater1980)
Red Lightning 0/3(Cpman)
Yellow Cardi 1/4 (romy6)
Bonda Me Jaques 1/2 (windchicken-pods)
NOT Orange Kmart hab #1 0/2
Not O Hab Kmart #2--chocolate 2/5
Adalberto 0/4 (melissa77754)
purple blob 0/4 (melissa77754)
Purple Hab 0/4 (melissa77754)
Peruvian purple 0/4 (melissa77754)
Purple Largo 0/4 (melissa77754)
7pot brown-bonnet shaped 1/2 (lando)
Dorset Naga 1/2 (muskymojo)

Fatalii yellow 8/8 (JAG)

having some problems with some of them as i have over saturated the starter soil..will just let them be.. if they manage they cool.. if not can always start some more... more seeds to come!!

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Posted 08 November 2012 - 04:50 PM

Right on D, that hot sauce looks nice. Think I'm gonna have to try to make mine with peach next time. Haven't tried that one yet, and I concur, this hot sauce making thing is fun.
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Posted 08 November 2012 - 05:31 PM

Way to keep up the fight KD. Like that jelly pic, it's a money shot. I'm sure your garden is going to be a great success in 2013. Man that's a lot of pectin! I made one jelly so far, I used fruits high in natural pectin so I didn't need any for it but I'm sure once I try my hands at some other things, I'll go out and pick some up....maybe a grocer will be closing down around me lol

I've started some seeds already too, ornamentals, I'm hoping to have some good looking plants for X-mas time/new years. I might give some away as gifts or display them around the house. Still have all of my OW's to manage as well.

I'll keep watchin'-You keep postin'

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 04:27 PM

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1. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)
2. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)
3. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)
4.Mustard Habanero (seeds from Pulpiteers pods)
5. Mustard Habanero (seeds from Pulpiteers pods)
6. Fatalii-yellow (seeds from JAGs pods)
7. Miracle fruit--...will see if i can bring it back to life

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Aerogarden #2 sowed 11/01/12
1. Bubblegum 7 pot---- Slater1980 0/2
2. Malaysian goronong (tucabil) 0/3
3, Red Brain strain (romy6) 1/3
4. Jamaican Scotch bonnet (midwestchilihead) 0/2
5. Scotch Bonnet (jamison) 0/2
6. Mustard Habanero (bakers creek-rareseeds.com) 2/3
7. Red FDA SB ( PIC1-seeds from this years pods)

the one in the small cups are Bonda Me jaques

"Montego bay SB"-cloned 11/07/12
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nothing should harm this manzano

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Fatalii filled sprouts .. the one in the 8oz container is the reaper

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 05:14 PM

Looks like a nice start wait isn't it finish ;) to your season :D . All joking aside looks like you are really putting some great positive energy into all the things you are doing. Looks like you are in for a massive season

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Posted 18 November 2012 - 07:12 PM

gary grows some awesome peppers...
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trinidad scorpions

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got a couple seedlings from Josh in FL... reapers...
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also gave a few seeds to my hydro shop all 4 have sprouted....
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celebrating our 7th anniversary a little early
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back in the bay area to a welcome home after father inlaws quad by pass...and had some lunch... couldnt decide which to use
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 04:06 AM

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Swore not to do super hot reviews anymore. But also swore to review Gary's pods.


Will upload the jamaican scotch bonnets in the am





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Posted 21 November 2012 - 08:46 AM

Nice pics Denniz! Keep up the good work.
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 08:58 AM

Glad to hear the Father-in-law's CABG x 4 went well. I'm sure he's a bit sore, but will probably feel a whole lot better after he recovers. Plants/clone/seedlings/pods look great. Congrats on your anniversary. Very nice looking family you have.
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 09:09 AM

That a boy! You don't waste any time do you man! Cannot wait to see how everything goes man. I just try to remember all the mistakes I made the year before and learn from it. I'm sure you'll have a beastly garden this year! Cheers to the 2013!

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:14 AM

Looking good Denniz. I have a feeling you will be adding one more variety to the mix soon. SBJ7's should arrive any day:)
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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:30 AM

Thanks for the tasting vid! It made my day!

I love the anniversary pik! Have a great T-Day!

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 11:43 AM

Dude - this is epic! Hecka high tech! Looking good!

You'd better be bringing some sauce to trade with me when I see you next!
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Curious - how hot are those lights? 100 W? 250? Are they HPS or MH or sun agro?

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 03:59 PM

Nice pics Denniz! Keep up the good work.


Thanks. Will start utilizing my t3i dslr camera

Glad to hear the Father-in-law's CABG x 4 went well. I'm sure he's a bit sore, but will probably feel a whole lot better after he recovers. Plants/clone/seedlings/pods look great. Congrats on your anniversary. Very nice looking family you have.


Actually. Not As much pain. He's been managing with ibu 6 as he's not into meds or tx. He says he feels a lot more pain from the source site R leg. "snake biting". Infection?!!? Yes. Doing better. They are at his PCP as we speak with my wife and his wife. Families rock. And that's why we opted to be with her family rather than celebrate our anni

That a boy! You don't waste any time do you man! Cannot wait to see how everything goes man. I just try to remember all the mistakes I made the year before and learn from it. I'm sure you'll have a beastly garden this year! Cheers to the 2013!

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Never stopped. I hate Eric (pinoypride) for showing me the aerogarden. My wife munches on your Carib reds. She says thanks
Already learned a lot so far and will continue to learn

Looking good Denniz. I have a feeling you will be adding one more variety to the mix soon. SBJ7's should arrive any day:)

Jme. You know me well.... "just can't get enough". Your brains is about 6". Not pictured here

Thanks for the tasting vid! It made my day!

I love the anniversary pik! Have a great T-Day!

Gary


Yes. I'm sure people are always entertained by my facial reactions. I try my best. But believe me I was chowing down after I cut the video. I was drinking the corona but had to stop as the burping was bring it back up. Thanks as always

Dude - this is epic! Hecka high tech! Looking good!

You'd better be bringing some sauce to trade with me when I see you next!
:woohoo:

Curious - how hot are those lights? 100 W? 250? Are they HPS or MH or sun agro?


I actually had bottle save for you last week but was highjacked by my wifes inlaw. I guess I'll have to get your sauce by mail or if you can save it for me til dec22-30.

As for the lights. They are plug and play. :). Don't know much about them except they are low costing bulbs as per website z:)

Thanks y'all for dropping by. I miss my babies at home

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Posted 21 November 2012 - 08:50 PM

Now here's the irony. Got a free turkey at fresh and easy grocery. Decided to cook it and donate. After donating it we went to the sAFEWAY grocery store to pick up the one my wife ordered. Mines better. Applewood smoked.
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Got so inspired I got a whole chicken and smoked it as well. Look how plump and juicy it looks
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 03:06 AM



aerogarden 1.....11/25/12
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aerogarden 2 ....11/25/12
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aerogarden 3...11/25/12
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thanks sicman
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