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#61 The_NorthEast_ChileMan

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Posted 06 May 2017 - 10:28 AM

The second seed germinated. Must have been at least a month or more later:
 

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This is a great example of "How long does pepper seed germination take?"!! One never knows how long Mother Nature thinks the seed should take!
 

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Posted 06 May 2017 - 10:31 AM

This is a great example of "How long does pepper seed germination take?"!! One never knows how long Mother Nature thinks the seed should take!
 

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Truth.

 

I started the seeds February 7, the one germinated February 24.

 

I do not know when the second germinated, but judging the size, it must have been early to mid-April.


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Posted 06 May 2017 - 12:19 PM

 
Truth.
 
I started the seeds February 7, the one germinated February 24.
 
I do not know when the second germinated, but judging the size, it must have been early to mid-April.


That's a prime candidate for cloning. Just a clip below soil surface and into the cloner. Two weeks later, 2 plants instead of one and and anchor.
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Posted 06 May 2017 - 06:02 PM

That's a prime candidate for cloning. Just a clip below soil surface and into the cloner. Two weeks later, 2 plants instead of one and and anchor.

 

What the heck, it probably would not survive in the shade of the larger plant.

 

I had some Hyponex rooting hormone and some RootRiot plugs, so...

 

 

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Fingers crossed.


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Posted 06 May 2017 - 06:05 PM

There ya go. I have some soon to meet the same fate.

 


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Posted 13 May 2017 - 07:10 PM

A week or so ago. Both strains are looking strong!845cafc68ea146e9ff1e3ab3faa0c099.jpga79ac58b6b6c3c52c5fd0f4ca139bbbb.jpg

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Posted 16 May 2017 - 01:50 AM

This is a great example of "How long does pepper seed germination take?"!! One never knows how long Mother Nature thinks the seed should take!
 

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There is a commercial product called Prine.  The folk who developed it did so after it was discovered there is a natural germination retardant in many plants.  No clue if peppers have it.  It is an evolutionary protection against drought.  If one year is dry, some of the seeds wont even try to germinate until next year when it has a better chance of survival.  Mother Nature is indeed amazing.


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Posted 17 May 2017 - 05:25 PM

Eleven days after starting the clone:

 

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Into a one-quart pot with FFOF:

 

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Posted 18 May 2017 - 09:29 AM

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's CPR results!  Upsizing mine to 5 gallon pails tonight.


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Posted Yesterday, 06:32 PM

Moruga Welder's CPR got a main stalk split in the greenhouse disaster but I was able to keep it going with elastics...no clue how long it will hold, especially when the pods are pumping out, but it has grown big-time since the repair so we'll see how it goes!1f808239d1e03cf5598c4b684c9645de.jpg7858611eedfcf8b66a28cf98fc81e74b.jpgff7d6f8f173c5941e787089ec4c96893.jpg32b7589e7e0051eb9f3e4f045c2a79f4.jpg

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Posted Yesterday, 06:50 PM

i had one do that last year , slowly raised it up tied it with a nylon stocking , put good ol' electrical tape on it and it healed twice as strong before it broke ! just get it out of the storms and wind till it mends . it'll be fine ,    :party:

Moruga Welder's CPR got a main stalk split in the greenhouse disaster but I was able to keep it going with elastics...no clue how long it will hold, especially when the pods are pumping out, but it has grown big-time since the repair so we'll see how it goes!1f808239d1e03cf5598c4b684c9645de.jpg7858611eedfcf8b66a28cf98fc81e74b.jpgff7d6f8f173c5941e787089ec4c96893.jpg32b7589e7e0051eb9f3e4f045c2a79f4.jpg

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Posted Yesterday, 06:51 PM

hows the CBBG doing ?



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Posted Yesterday, 08:48 PM

hows the CBBG doing ?


Starting to take off. Had some decent transplant shock but it hit the new soil in a 5 gallon pail and it's pushing out crazy growth! Looking forward to seeing your pheno!

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Posted Today, 10:35 AM

My CPR are all doing well also. I'll post some pics tonight. They are about 6 inches or so tall now. And also, now that I got my plants back on the right track they are really growing again

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