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#1081 D3monic

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Posted 08 February 2018 - 12:45 AM

First one could just be lighting but has a pretty light color to it. Curious to see what color it turns.

 

Looks like there's a ting of orange at the tip of that last one


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Posted 12 February 2018 - 09:31 PM

Growing 3 goat giants, this one continues to be wonky.

I have never seen or heard of a cojoined/siamese cotyledon, and now the first set of true leaves are growing the other way from it. You grew this next to the power plant last year? Fed it plutonium?

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Posted 12 February 2018 - 10:22 PM

Growing 3 goat giants, this one continues to be wonky.

I have never seen or heard of a cojoined/siamese cotyledon, and now the first set of true leaves are growing the other way from it. You grew this next to the power plant last year? Fed it plutonium?

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I get the weird conjoined ones fairly frequently. Even the tricots like this d3 goat that FINALLY germinated

 

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Posted 13 February 2018 - 04:15 AM

Hey, quick question for ya D3,

 

How hot is Orange Wild Brazil?

 

But on topic, pulled my first* pod of your crosses today - El Scorponero f2 "short pheno" as I'm referring to it. Pod is a dark yellow, probably should've left it for another day or so to see if it would continue to darken, but I'll do that with the next pod/s. 

 

*It's not actually the first, pulled one of the Gnarly pods, but it was a dud, stem had half snapped off, so stem was rotted and pod was all mushy, didn't bother with it at all as it was the runt. However, more pods will be pulled from the gnarly plant in a day or so, so stay tuned, I'll post some pics then I dare say.

 

 


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Posted 13 February 2018 - 05:06 AM

Hey, quick question for ya D3,

 

How hot is Orange Wild Brazil?

 

But on topic, pulled my first* pod of your crosses today - El Scorponero f2 "short pheno" as I'm referring to it. Pod is a dark yellow, probably should've left it for another day or so to see if it would continue to darken, but I'll do that with the next pod/s. 

 

*It's not actually the first, pulled one of the Gnarly pods, but it was a dud, stem had half snapped off, so stem was rotted and pod was all mushy, didn't bother with it at all as it was the runt. However, more pods will be pulled from the gnarly plant in a day or so, so stay tuned, I'll post some pics then I dare say.

 

 

 

Awesome on the yellow pod. Hopefully it tastes good

 

Orange wild brazil are pretty hot, very tasty fruity pepper and make a really good powder. The plants are very prolific and produces more pods than you're willing to stand around and pick. I like them dried in soup and would like to try them in a sauce. If you're contemplating on growing them i'd strongly suggest either them or regular wild brazil. 


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Posted 13 February 2018 - 05:17 AM

 

Awesome on the yellow pod. Hopefully it tastes good

 

Orange wild brazil are pretty hot, very tasty fruity pepper and make a really good powder. The plants are very prolific and produces more pods than you're willing to stand around and pick. I like them dried in soup and would like to try them in a sauce. If you're contemplating on growing them i'd strongly suggest either them or regular wild brazil. 

 

I've got a plant growing this year from the seeds you sent me last year with the crosses. Picked the first pod today. Looks tasty for sure! Thanks for the info ;)


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Posted 13 February 2018 - 07:56 PM

A few more new pods tied up, we also have a 1st pod from the only surviving D3 Goat Pale Yellow F4 plant, so pretty stoked that one is still going.

 

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Posted 13 February 2018 - 08:00 PM

Yea i'm really digging the shape of these

 

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Posted 13 February 2018 - 08:07 PM

Yea i'm really digging the shape of these

 

 

Yeah man Imagine if that comes out proper lemon yellow colour.



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Posted 13 February 2018 - 09:51 PM

That shape is crazy good. Yellow would be icing on the cake!


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Posted 15 February 2018 - 03:28 PM

Got these giants

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Posted 15 February 2018 - 04:42 PM

Awesome, hopefully one of us gets the giant pheno again out of them

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Posted 17 February 2018 - 12:12 AM

First ripe one! I think I'll have a bunch of seeds probably in about 3 weeks, then say 2 weeks in the mail, so about mid March for the first load of seeds, hopefully that's not too bad for you man?

 

There will be more probably as late as end of April, but I'll send them in batches.

 

Ill make sure I let them ripen for at least 2 weeks after they change colour before reviewing them and collecting the seeds, and then will let the seeds dry out for 1 week. I think that should be ok?

 

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Posted 17 February 2018 - 11:41 AM

Have to say D3 your seed was certainly fresh ... both Omni-Bonnet and El Scorponero Orange were sown 3rd February and looped in just over a week. Pale Yellow Goat will show in time I am sure

Luke warm tea soak for 12hrs .... root sponges soaked in tap water which stood 24hrs ... then I added a few drops of "Nitrozyme" an organic growth enhancer

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Another set of leaves then I will plant on


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Posted 17 February 2018 - 11:41 AM

Have to say D3 your seed was certainly fresh ... both Omni-Bonnet and El Scorponero Orange were sown 3rd February and looped in just over a week. Pale Yellow Goat will show in time I am sure

Luke warm tea soak for 12hrs .... root sponges soaked in tap water which stood 24hrs ... then I added a few drops of "Nitrozyme" an organic growth enhancer

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Another set of leaves then I will plant on


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Posted 17 February 2018 - 11:42 AM

Have to say D3 your seed was certainly fresh ... both Omni-Bonnet and El Scorponero Orange were sown 3rd February and looped in just over a week. Pale Yellow Goat will show in time I am sure

Luke warm tea soak for 12hrs .... root sponges soaked in tap water which stood 24hrs ... then I added a few drops of "Nitrozyme" an organic growth enhancer

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Another set of leaves then I will plant on


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Posted 17 February 2018 - 11:43 AM

Have to say D3 your seed was certainly fresh ... both Omni-Bonnet and El Scorponero Orange were sown 3rd February and looped in just over a week. Pale Yellow Goat will show in time I am sure

Luke warm tea soak for 12hrs .... root sponges soaked in tap water which stood 24hrs ... then I added a few drops of "Nitrozyme" an organic growth enhancer

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Another set of leaves then I will plant on


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Posted 17 February 2018 - 12:45 PM

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Posted 17 February 2018 - 01:09 PM

First ripe one! I think I'll have a bunch of seeds probably in about 3 weeks, then say 2 weeks in the mail, so about mid March for the first load of seeds, hopefully that's not too bad for you man?
 
There will be more probably as late as end of April, but I'll send them in batches.
 
Ill make sure I let them ripen for at least 2 weeks after they change colour before reviewing them and collecting the seeds, and then will let the seeds dry out for 1 week. I think that should be ok?
 
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Awesome, should still be enough time for me. Ill do them in pots so can move into green house if needed. Hard to tell, did that pod turn out more orange or yellow? Cant wait to hear back on what you think of the taste

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Posted 17 February 2018 - 01:10 PM

First ripe one! I think I'll have a bunch of seeds probably in about 3 weeks, then say 2 weeks in the mail, so about mid March for the first load of seeds, hopefully that's not too bad for you man?
 
There will be more probably as late as end of April, but I'll send them in batches.
 
Ill make sure I let them ripen for at least 2 weeks after they change colour before reviewing them and collecting the seeds, and then will let the seeds dry out for 1 week. I think that should be ok?
 
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Awesome, should still be enough time for me. Ill do them in pots so can move into green house if needed. Hard to tell, did that pod turn out more orange or yellow? Cant wait to hear back on what you think of the taste

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