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#301 stettoman

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 05:50 PM

Impressed. 'Nuff sed.

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#302 PaulG

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Posted 26 March 2017 - 08:22 PM

Very nice Paul, that growdown plant is huge! That and the Red Carribean is going to be a monster ;)

Hey, Scott, thanks Buddy!

I'm not sure if it will be the chosen plant. The middle
plant seems a tad bushier and has more flowers - good
thing choice time is a long ways away.

Impressed. 'Nuff sed.

It's all good, brother!


Edited by PaulG, 26 March 2017 - 08:23 PM.

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Posted Yesterday, 05:25 AM

You've certainly got your growing methods dialed in for your conditions Paul. Keep up the good work!

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Posted Yesterday, 08:15 AM

Paul mate my gasp is flabbered lol your whole grow is so tuned in and a education, as others have said that grown down plant is a absolute beast, which is a credit to your growing skills.
Love the orange manzanos, beautiful looking plants.
You seem to have it all covered and will harvest big yiields in my opinion and rightly so.
Brilliant gardening and one of my favourite blogs. Nicely done so far.


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#305 PaulG

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Posted Yesterday, 01:26 PM

You've certainly got your growing methods dialed in for your conditions Paul. Keep up the good work!
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Paul mate my gasp is flabbered (Haha, Sim  :rofl: ) lol your whole grow is so tuned in and a education, as others have said that grown down plant is a absolute beast, which is a credit to your growing skills.
Love the orange manzanos, beautiful looking plants.
You seem to have it all covered and will harvest big yiields in my opinion and rightly so.
Brilliant gardening and one of my favourite blogs. Nicely done so far.


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Sim, your too kind, my friend   :oops:   I'm very happy that you
find some useful information in it.  Much of that comes from
others' contribution to the pages, thank you all.  In fairness,
I owe any success I might be having to the knowledge gained
by participating in THP forum over the past five years.
 
Continued success this season to you, as well, Sim...

Thought this to be a good illustration of the effects of a few
weeks fan on the developing plants (once transplanted onto
cups and have a couple pair of true leaves.) Hook emerged Jan. 9th:
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Edited by PaulG, Yesterday, 01:34 PM.

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#306 Devv

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Posted Yesterday, 05:38 PM

Energizer plant?


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#307 PaulG

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Posted Yesterday, 05:52 PM

Energizer plant?

You've discovered my secret, Scott     :eek:      :shocked:     

  :rolleyes:    Oh, well, cat's out of the bag now,   :shh:


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Posted Yesterday, 06:08 PM

Welcome to a little more crowded greenhouse.  Big F5#1 next to left door jamb:

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This was covered with fast moving flood waters from usually tranquil Willow Creek.  

No damage - it serves as a run-off absorber / wetland in Winter and early Spring:
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(included by accident - part of my walking trail every day - sorry)

 

A pair of 4th generation JA Red Habaneros from WalkGood / Devv.  

Everything Scott says about them is absolutely true!:
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Top of F5#2:
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Top of Habanero next to F5#2:
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2nd generation Peruvian Red Rocotos:
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Looking down on back half of greenhouse from above my head:
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Back shelf.  Now that plants are moving outside, I am removing leaves

with any kind of gash, lesion, look tired and yellow-y, or whatever.

Probably being overcautious after last year's BLS scare, but I'm taking

no chances:

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I have noticed removing the big, old, tired lower leaves causes the new,

upper leaves to size up a bit.  Maybe just my imagination!


Edited by PaulG, Yesterday, 06:27 PM.

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Posted Yesterday, 06:09 PM

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Posted Yesterday, 07:19 PM

Welcome to a little more crowded greenhouse.  Big F5#1 next to left door jamb:
attachicon.gifIMG_5183.JPG

This was covered with fast moving flood waters from usually tranquil Willow Creek.  
No damage - it serves as a run-off absorber / wetland in Winter and early Spring:
attachicon.gifIMG_5186.JPG
(included by accident - part of my walking trail every day - sorry)
 
A pair of 4th generation JA Red Habaneros from WalkGood / Devv.  
Everything Scott says about them is absolutely true!:
attachicon.gifIMG_5188.JPG
 
attachicon.gifIMG_5189.JPG

Top of F5#2:
attachicon.gifIMG_5190.JPG

Top of Habanero next to F5#2:
attachicon.gifIMG_5191.JPG

2nd generation Peruvian Red Rocotos:
attachicon.gifIMG_5192.JPG

Looking down on back half of greenhouse from above my head:
attachicon.gifIMG_5193.JPG

Back shelf.  Now that plants are moving outside, I am removing leaves
with any kind of gash, lesion, look tired and yellow-y, or whatever.
Probably being overcautious after last year's BLS scare, but I'm taking
no chances:
attachicon.gifIMG_5197.JPG
I have noticed removing the big, old, tired lower leaves causes the new,
upper leaves to size up a bit.  Maybe just my imagination!


All I can say is "wow!". Those plants are some of the healthiest I've seen in many years. So much flowering going on! Love the greenhouse too! Mines just a skeleton fight now. Need to replace the fabric. Grow on!
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#311 PaulG

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Posted Yesterday, 09:25 PM

All I can say is "wow!". Those plants are some of the healthiest I've seen in many years. So much flowering going on! Love the greenhouse too! Mines just a skeleton fight now. Need to replace the fabric. Grow on!

Always something to do, right, PG?

I think the VermiFire / Happy Frog soil mix
with light feedings of AK fish fertilizer has
something to do with it! Thanks for the
posivity, Guru!

Every Pod a Victory!  2017 germination summary


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Posted Yesterday, 10:07 PM

I have to agree with Rich. Very healthy looking plants. F5 and Rocoto's lookin very happy.

I only wish my plants looked like that. In do time, in do time.

Hey! I'm using the same heater. Seems to be keeping my shed frost free.
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Posted Today, 01:32 AM

You're getting some amazing growth. Looking forward to seeing the harvest  :dance:







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