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#1 Teurf

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Posted 09 January 2016 - 11:05 AM

Hello everyone,

 

Since last year was a blast for in-ground peppers and potted peppers failed miserably. I think I'm headed towards planting all my peppers in ground. My community garden patch was much better the second year since I added so much amendments throughout the year: woodchips, grass clippings, leaf mulch, eggshells, homemade worm compost, compost tea, etc.

 

I have ordered seeds from Semillas La Palma and UK Chili Seeds:

 

Aji Limo 
Jamaican Hot Chocolate 
CGN 22835 Round 
Wild Brazil 
Chupetinho 
CGN 22163 
Canario 
Giant Rocoto 
Mini Rocoto - PI 387838 
King of the North X 2
Punjab 
Early Jalapeño X 2
Pusa jwala 
Pequin 
Peter Pepper Red 
Brazilian Starfish 
Nepalese Bell

 

And 

 

White Bhut Jolokia

Kashmiri Mirch X 2

Bahamian Goat

 

And I want to add other that I already have

 

Butch T Red

Lemon Drop

Trinidad Scorpion Red

Red Bhut Jolokia

Rocoto Pineapple

Fresno

Numex Big Jim X 3

Thai Chili

Rocoto Oro

Rocoto Huallanga (2nd try)

Aji Panca

Aji Dulce

Aji Pacay

 

That's it for now.

Stay tuned!

 

Teurf


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Posted 09 January 2016 - 12:14 PM

Cool list! Good luck on your grow!



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Posted 09 January 2016 - 01:50 PM

Good luck this year.Some interesting varieties you have in your grow.Will check in from time to time to see one.

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Posted 09 January 2016 - 02:32 PM

  Good luck..



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Posted 15 January 2016 - 05:42 AM

I hope you have a great season!
I'm very nterested in your variety of Indian chilli so for I'll follow you, best of luck in 2016.



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Posted 24 January 2016 - 09:18 PM

Day 1: Jiffy Pellets

 

Oversowed. Always. I won't have any room to live in three months! Plus the non peppers.... omg

 

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Seedling mat is fired up! Let's see those babies get up in the next days-weeks!

 

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Posted 01 February 2016 - 07:20 PM

Day 9: Germination!!

 

Greetings everyone. Good news, it started popping all over the tray!

 

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Germinated

King of the North X 2

Peter

Pequin

Wild Brazil

Punjab

Dulce

CGN 22835 Round

Limo

Brazilian Starfish

Chupetino

Nepalese Bell

Giant Rocoto

Early Jalapeno X 2

Kashmiri Chili X 2

White Bhut Jolokia

Aji Habanero

 

Not yet germinated

Panca

Numex Big Jim X 3

Pineapple Rocoto

Canario

Pusa Jwala

Mini Rocoto

Bhut Jolokia Red

Jamaican Hot Chocolate

Trinidad Scorpion Red

Oro Rocoto

Huallanga Rocoto

Lemondrop

Trinidad Scorpion Butch T Red

 

I think I will remove the ones who germinated and continue with the humidity dome.

 

Stay tuned for more,

Teurf



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Posted 18 February 2016 - 11:29 AM

Hello everyone,
 
Since last year was a blast for in-ground peppers and potted peppers failed miserably. I think I'm headed towards planting all my peppers in ground. My community garden patch was much better the second year since I added so much amendments throughout the year: woodchips, grass clippings, leaf mulch, eggshells, homemade worm compost, compost tea, etc.
 
I have ordered seeds from Semillas La Palma and UK Chili Seeds:
 
Aji Limo 
Jamaican Hot Chocolate 
CGN 22835 Round 
Wild Brazil 
Chupetinho 
CGN 22163 
Canario 
Giant Rocoto 
Mini Rocoto - PI 387838 
King of the North X 2
Punjab 
Early Jalapeño X 2
Pusa jwala 
Pequin 
Peter Pepper Red 
Brazilian Starfish 
Nepalese Bell

 
And 
 
White Bhut Jolokia
Kashmiri Mirch X 2
Bahamian Goat
 
And I want to add other that I already have
 
Butch T Red
Lemon Drop
Trinidad Scorpion Red
Red Bhut Jolokia
Rocoto Pineapple
Fresno
Numex Big Jim X 3
Thai Chili
Rocoto Oro
Rocoto Huallanga (2nd try)
Aji Panca
Aji Dulce
Aji Pacay
 
That's it for now.
Stay tuned!
 
Teurf


I notice that you had Aji Pacay listed on your grow list, then crossed it out. Have you grown out the Aji Pacay before? I'm asking, because I have 3 Aji Pacay plants right now, and I'm just trying to figure out what to expect. There is not much info on it, but I am expecting giant aji amarillo style pods.

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Posted 18 February 2016 - 01:27 PM

I grew the Aji Pacay two years ago.  They require a very long season, I didn't get a single ripe pod:

http://thehotpepper....-5#entry1065821



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Posted 18 February 2016 - 01:45 PM

Looking good so far, lots of varieties going on there



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Posted 18 February 2016 - 09:23 PM

I notice that you had Aji Pacay listed on your grow list, then crossed it out. Have you grown out the Aji Pacay before? I'm asking, because I have 3 Aji Pacay plants right now, and I'm just trying to figure out what to expect. There is not much info on it, but I am expecting giant aji amarillo style pods.

 

Hey Greenchilemonster,

 

I haven't grown Aji Pacay before... and decided to cross it out since I had too many varieties for the grow space available. Although, I tried to grow Aji Amarillo 2 times now, first year, not a single pod, but it was a terrible growing season. Last year, I had the best growing season ever for a Quebec weather, I gathered maybe 5-10 aji amarillo max. Tasted great but was disappointed with the foreever ripening period...

 

Wish you good luck with Pacays!

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Posted 18 February 2016 - 09:28 PM

Day 26: Growing

 

Quick update to show where I'm at:

From pellets to cup

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Under the grow lights

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Terrible chopping period

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A little more growing!!

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Only ones that haven't germinated yet and probably wont... Huallanga Rocoto and Lemondrop...

 

Germinated

King of the North X 2

Peter

Pequin

Wild Brazil

Punjab

Dulce

CGN 22835 Round

Limo

Brazilian Starfish

Chupetino

Nepalese Bell

Giant Rocoto

Early Jalapeno X 2

Kashmiri Chili X 2

White Bhut Jolokia

Aji Habanero

Panca

Numex Big Jim X 3

Pineapple Rocoto

Canario

Pusa Jwala

Mini Rocoto

Bhut Jolokia Red

Jamaican Hot Chocolate

Trinidad Scorpion Red

Oro Rocoto

Trinidad Scorpion Butch T Red

 

Not germinated

Huallanga Rocoto

Lemondrop

 

Cya,

TEURF



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Posted 18 February 2016 - 10:29 PM

I grew the Aji Pacay two years ago.  They require a very long season, I didn't get a single ripe pod:
http://thehotpepper....-5#entry1065821


Thanks for the info! I hope I'm able to get some ripe pods. I'm used to the long ripening time of aji amarillo, so I'll brace myself for even more of a wait with these. My Aji Pacay plants are already flowering. I've been picking off the flowers, and pruning the plants to keep their center of gravity low for when it's time to go outside.

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Posted 28 February 2016 - 11:20 AM

Day 36 - More Growing

 

The annuums have started to grow taller now, but some of them have got leggy. I forgot to put a fan when they were small to promote a harder stalk... Rocotos are growing nicely too. 

 

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Cya

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Posted 07 September 2016 - 03:22 PM

Day ??? - The bad season

 

Well, I have been extremely busy this summer. Went to work in Delaware for a month, got married, lost my job, brewed beer, growed hops. Didn't care too much about the garden or the peppers.

 

Plus, they went in the ground way too soon. We caught a bad frost right after I sowed them. I probably lost like 5 weeks right there. Also I had kept the peppers in their red pots too long because I didn't have space to pot up. Result, extremely poor harvest.

 

Here are a few pics of the season

 

Peppers, a few days before plant out, getting leggy already

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Plot just ready for planting

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Pepper field

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Pepper field, later in the season

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First small harvest: Pusa Jwala, Aji Habanero?, Unripe Bahamian Goat, Aji Limo (Chinense), 3 unknown argentinian peppers, Jamaican Hot Chocolate, Early Jalapeno, Bunch of Chupetino, White Bhut (more like White Habanero, seeds are wrong for sure, smooth and thick skin)

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Cheers,

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 09:06 AM


3 unknown argentinian peppers

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Great pictures. I am from Argentina. Do you mean the three big yellow peppers up on the right?


Please visit my glog... greetings from Argentina






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