I'm new on this forum, so please do not judge me harshly. I am from Russia, Kuban region, Krasnodar City (Olympic Games in Sochi in 2015 remember? From Sochi to Krasnodar 182 miles). Since English is not my native language, I will communicate with you through an interpreter, so please turn a blind eye to various shortcomings.
Peppers started in 2015, there were a few bushes of local peppers, the names of which you probably will not say anything, the only thing I can say they were Capsicum Annuum, as well as a bush Bhut Jolokia Pumpy.
In the new 2016, I swung at more interesting varieties not typical for my country. Here is a list of peppers, which I have chosen:
- Cheiro Roxa
- Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Brown
- Black Naga
- Carolina Reaper Red
- Fatalii Brown
- Fatalii Red
- 7 Pot Brain Strain
- 7 Pot White
- Habanero Brown
- Goat`s Weed
- Giant Jalapeno
So, February 1 I have them all soaked with plain water (I know about hydrogen peroxide and about chamomile tea) in a paper towel in a mini-greenhouse (which he built from empty box for Japanese rolls and temperature / humidity purchased on aliexpress). Mini-greenhouse with seeds placed on a heater central heating system, the sensor shows 97% humidity and 91.4 degrees Fahrenheit (sensor shows Celsius , for your convenience translated into Fahrenheit). Once a day, I open the greenhouse for ventilation and checking moist.
Here's how it looks:
Let's see what all this will in any case it will be a very interesting experience. With the update - it will spread here and answer your questions, if you will (not necessarily about peppers and growing).