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#1 Devv

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 10:44 AM

Time for the 2014 start...

 

Many of these plants were made possible by the generous people of the THP sending me seeds and pods Thanks!

 

I'm looking forward to warmer weather and dirt day!

 

I have a bunch of seeds started, and plants at all the stages.

 

Here's the grow bench, a T8 x4 on top and T5 x4 on the bottom, as you can see it's loaded.

 

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Top rack:

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Bottom rack:

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I like starting the seeds in Jiffy Pellets, as soon as they stand up I trim the mesh off and plant them 1/2" proud in a pot, or in this case a cup.

 

Red Rocotto the lonely Pube..

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A few plants living under the T5, I'm super impressed with this light!

 

Choc Hab

 

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Bhut x Y7 x Choc Bhut Douglah-Spicegeist

 

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Bhut x Y7 F2-Spicegeist

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Yellow Cardi- Jamie

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Choc Scorp-Ramon

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Peach Bhut- Annie

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Going to do some tilling will post more later


Edited by Devv, 30 November 2014 - 05:00 PM.

It's all about the pods....


#2 capsidadburn

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 10:56 AM

Great looking start Scott!  Beautiful pot ups as well.

 

Best of luck with your season!

 

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 11:27 AM

Beautiful looking plants. Good luck for the season!

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 11:29 AM

Time for the 2014 start...

 

Many of these plants were made possible by the generous people of the THP sending me seeds and pods Thanks!

 

I'm looking forward to warmer weather and dirt day!

 

I have a bunch of seeds started, and plants at all the stages.

 

Here's the grow bench, a T8 x4 on top and T5 x4 on the bottom, as you can see it's loaded.

 

Going to do some tilling will post more later

WOW!  Off to a great start, Scott.  Everything looks great.

Agree about the T5s, I can't wait to b=get some starts under them!


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Posted 14 December 2013 - 12:26 PM

T5 lights are great, i just got a T8 and i'm in love with it.  Looks like you got a nice start for the coming summer already.  



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Posted 14 December 2013 - 03:06 PM

Great looking start Scott!  Beautiful pot ups as well.

 

Best of luck with your season!

 

Mike

Thanks Mike!

 

Now if it would back to normal I could put them outside ;)

 

Beautiful looking plants. Good luck for the season!

Thanks!

 

Hoping I can keep them healthy until March (fingers crossed)

 

WOW!  Off to a great start, Scott.  Everything looks great.

Agree about the T5s, I can't wait to b=get some starts under them!

Thanks Paul!

 

I'm super impressed with the new T5, like Jason said "they're like the sun".

 

T5 lights are great, i just got a T8 and i'm in love with it.  Looks like you got a nice start for the coming summer already.  

Thanks!

 

Both the T8 and T5 are fantastic, but I think the T5 with 6400K is a little better. The T8 has 4100K bulbs.

 

OK here's the list, and I'm sure I'll add more:

 

C. Chinense:

*Bahamian Goat-Jason 0/2
Barrackpore-Jamie 2/2
Bhut x Y7 F2-SPiceGeist 2/2
Bhut x Y7 x Choc Bhut Douglah-Spicegeist 2/2
Bishops Crown-store 0/2
Black Congo-store 0/2
BOC-Mike 1/3
Bonda-Annie 2/2
Brainstrain-Jamie 1/2
BubbleGum 7- Mike via Jason 1/2
Choc Scorp-Ramon 2/2 lost one
choco bhut-douglah-Spicegeist 2/2
Cumari do para-Mike 1/2
*Datil-Jason 0/2
Devils tongue-store 1/2
Douglah-Rick 1/2
[Douglah x Butch T] x Superhot-Spicegeist 0/4
Fatalli-store 1/2
Giant Yellow 7-Annie 1/2
Giant Yellow Brains-Annie 2/3
JA Hab-Ramon 2/3
Jay's Peach Ghost Scorp-Mike via Jason 1/2
Jays Red gost scorp-Mike via Jason 2/2
Jigsaw-Dale 4/7
MOA-Ramon 5/9
Mystery Red-Jamie 1/2
Peach Bhut-Annie 1/2
Red Bhut-Ramon 2/2
Scotch Bonnet-store 1/2
Sepia Serpent-Mike via Jason 1/3
*Tobago Seasoning-Jason 0/2
*Tobago Treasure-Jason 0/2
Trin Choc Bonnet-Mike via Jason 2/2
Trin perfume-Annie 1/2
Trin Scorp-Ramon 0/1
TS Moruga X Bhut-Spicegeist 1/2
TSMB-Annie 1/2
White Bhut-Ramon 4/5
White Hab-store 2/3
Yellow 7-Matt 1/2
*yellow brain-Jamison 1/2
Yellow Cardi-Jamie 2/2
Yellow Fatalli-Annie 3/6
 

C. Baccatum:

*Aji Pineapple-Jason 0/2
Aji Crystal-store 1/2
Aji Limon-Annie 0/2
Inca Red Drop-Annie 0/2

*Bishops Crown-Jason 0/2

C. Pubescens:

Red Rocotto-store 1/10
Manzano-Rick via Shane 0/16

 

C. Annuum

sweet hungarian paprika-Rick-Habenerohead 0/2
Bell 1/2
Poblano 0/2
Espelette Basque-Mike-Patrick 0/2
Onza Roja-Mike 0/2
Jals-Jamie 0/2
Kurtovska Kapija-Rick-Misterno 0/2
Tam Jals 0/2
Jals 0/2
Costeno Amarillo-Mike 0/2
Thai Red 0/2
Serrano 0/2

 

I got some powders in the mail over the last few days:

 

Paul sent me some seeds and a sampler with an offer for more once I tried them. Thank you!

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Jeff (Bodine) surprised me with these beautiful powders. Thank you!

 

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Another surprise from Annie, they look wonderful! Thanks Annie!

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And I Should have posted these earlier, my bad. Cone9 sent me these, made by Jeff, after we finished the charity auction. Thanks Dave!

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A few more plants.

 

Trin Choc Bonnet- Mike via Jason

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MoA seeds from Ramon

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Jigsaw seeds from Dale, this is the one the inch worm topped. It's forked and loving life!

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Barrackpore, seeds from Jamie.

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Some pics of the plants that have been stuck in the shop for 2 out of the last 3 weeks.

 

JA Hab, still chugging along. pods are rather small, expected during December.

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Funky Reaper, starting to grow again.

 

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That's all I have for now.

 

Enjoy the weekend!


Edited by Devv, 14 December 2013 - 03:36 PM.

It's all about the pods....


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Posted 14 December 2013 - 03:26 PM

Those re beutiful starts, Scott.

The Red Hab looks awesome for this time

of year!  I had a red hab last year that didn't

have that many pods all season!


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Posted 14 December 2013 - 03:30 PM

Great shot of the JA hab Scott!  I've been looking for sunshine today which was supposed to happen but all grey so far.  Hopefully tomorrow.

 

Seeing that Trin Choc Bonnet reminds me that I need to germ some of those too.

 

Don't work to hard!

 

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Posted 14 December 2013 - 07:22 PM

Those re beutiful starts, Scott.

The Red Hab looks awesome for this time

of year!  I had a red hab last year that didn't

have that many pods all season!

Paul, if you don't have JA Hab seeds I'd be happy to send you some. These plants were started mid April, way late for here. They never thought once about being super producers, they podded up in 100° weather and as you can see don't care about the cooler weather. AND they taste great! PM me if you're interested.

 

 

Great shot of the JA hab Scott!  I've been looking for sunshine today which was supposed to happen but all grey so far.  Hopefully tomorrow.

 

Seeing that Trin Choc Bonnet reminds me that I need to germ some of those too.

 

Don't work to hard!

 

Mike

Thanks Mike!,

 

I love the hard work, done it till 41, now at a desk...but that's OK I'm in the AC now ;)

 

Hard work to an extent keeps one young as long as you don't over do it. I hope to be 85 someday and still cranking!


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:31 AM

Beautiful looking plants, and great growing list too. :dance:



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 10:48 AM

Beautiful looking plants, and great growing list too. :dance:

Thanks Penny!

 

Can't wait until we have some warmer weather so they can spend some time in the sun.

 

Here's a few more pics:

 

Camari Do Para

 

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Jay's Peach Ghost Scorp

 

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Aji Cristal

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Sepia Serpent

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TSMB Yellow

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White Bhut

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JA Hab

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Another White Bhut

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Bonda

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Choc Hab

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BBL Thanks for stopping by!


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 11:02 AM

Doesn't look like any of the newest additions have popped yet. Crossing my fingers over here.
The high output T5 are serious. Truly like having your own small sun. :)
The starts look really good! You got me itching to start more seeds, but need to wait a few more weeks. All in due time.

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 11:03 AM

More great looking plants, had to google Bonda though, hadn't seen that one before.



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Posted 15 December 2013 - 11:12 AM

Holy sheit man! Good lookin list and beautiful plants! What kinda soil and nutes you using bud? Any other seeds you need at all? I mean it looks like you got it covered but I seen a few that I have that aren't on the list. Let me know man!

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 12:03 PM

Scott, you are leaving me in the dust!  Your starts really look good.

You got me chomping at the bit, so I put 15 varieties in to soak this

morning; will sow tomorrow!

 

Excellent progress on your end, brother!


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 01:08 PM

Doesn't look like any of the newest additions have popped yet. Crossing my fingers over here.
The high output T5 are serious. Truly like having your own small sun. :)
The starts look really good! You got me itching to start more seeds, but need to wait a few more weeks. All in due time.

Thanks Jason,

 

My spreadsheet shows 4 have popped from the last tray, not that good a rate, but I have been doing one seed per pellet. I guess I should add more..The jiffy grow station is under the T8,so it's plenty warm. However, I did have a Aji Pineapple stand up today, so it will get put in a solo cup after lunch.

 

More great looking plants, had to google Bonda though, hadn't seen that one before.

Thanks Penny,

 

I could spend half the day taking pics...LOL. The hardest thing I'm finding is to take the pics and get the correct name down there. I have a spreadsheet and numbered the peppers according to location, and now after getting cross-eyed I use a clipboard and jot the number down then look it up..crazy huh?

 

Holy sheit man! Good lookin list and beautiful plants! What kinda soil and nutes you using bud? Any other seeds you need at all? I mean it looks like you got it covered but I seen a few that I have that aren't on the list. Let me know man!

Thanks Jamison,

 

No nutes yet, just the pellets and pop them into MG potting soil, in the green bag.

 

So what would you recommend? I think I'm out of space for now. Hoping it warms up so I can put some outside. I'd be happy for sunshine too ;)

 

Here's one for ya Jamison,

 

Yellow 7, I'm 2/2 on those.

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Scott, you are leaving me in the dust!  Your starts really look good.

You got me chomping at the bit, so I put 15 varieties in to soak this

morning; will sow tomorrow!

 

Excellent progress on your end, brother!

Thanks Paul,

 

If we have a normal spring I can plant early to mid March. Last year they were about the size they are now in mid March. The supers didn't produce until fall because I missed the window. So I'm hoping this season I have have a spring crop.

 

Good deal on the starting, one can always pinch them if they get too tall. I bought 70 1 gal pots when it's time to move them up, cost 46 bucks delivered. The question will be where are they all going to stay?

 

Here's a few stragglers from this morning...

 

Back row left to right:

MoA helmet-RIP

Devils Tongue

Trinidad Perfume

Front:

Bonda

White Hab

Bhut X Y7

 

 

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Yellow Cardi

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That's it for now, it's 60° and sunny, got to get something done a round here ;)

 

Thanks for stopping by!


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 05:05 PM

Mighty impressive looking!!!  


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 06:44 PM

Awesome job Scott, love the pictures they’re excellent and the young girls look great \o/ I’m following (clicked) since I won’t be doing a 2014 glog and mine will soon come to an end :/


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Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:09 PM

Amazing setup Devv. I think I'm gonna go with the solo cups too when the time comes. Plenty of room for roots, and with enough holes, good ventilation. Any precautions you take to ensure good drainage?



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Posted 16 December 2013 - 04:33 PM

Terrific start Scott! Here's hoping you get them in the ground in plenty of time for an early harvest. Keep up the good work buddy!


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