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#21 Argentine

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Posted 12 February 2017 - 03:22 PM

Good afternoon everyone. I have photos of the update today.

Unfortunately I had enough dead plants this week.

 

All due to the excess of irrigation, to the fungi and to the heat of Argentina.

 

Of this pot perished 2 plants product of the fungi.

 

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Two dead plants and a third that is on the way too.

Have not yet matured the bishop crown, I eagerly await the maturation of its fruits in order to share them with my friends

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bhut orange copenhague

 

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Here we have the rest of the small plants to the shelter of the shade of the larger plants.

 

 

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In this pot I did the transplant of two small plants ... to the soil I added perlite to improve the aeration inside the pot.

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Having pepper plants is quite tricky here in the summer. I hope that everything will bear fruit when there is not so much heat.

 

 

Greetings from Argentina

 


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Posted 13 February 2017 - 09:18 PM

I could not stand it and bought me some beautiful jalapeños.

The funny thing is that it is very rare to find hot peppers in this country in a greengrocer's shop in the neighborhood...

 

 

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It cost me approximately 2 dollars (35 Argentine pesos) .... they look wonderful ...

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This is a sandwich from Milanese. I love eating Milanese, I would eat every day.

 

 

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wonderfull


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Posted 13 February 2017 - 10:09 PM

Looks delicious.

BOC is a good one.
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Posted 13 February 2017 - 10:40 PM

Looks delicious.

BOC is a good one.

 

excelent...


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 03:49 PM

Sorry to hear about your dead plants, my 

friend.

 

Nice balancing act with your balcony space, though

Alejandro - looks like you are having fun!  Wait

until you can make a sandwich with your own,

fresh Bishop's Crowns - or stuff them with goat's

cheese and bake them...


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Posted 15 February 2017 - 06:07 PM

excellent idea. I recently tried the goat cheese. I'll have to get more.


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Posted 01 March 2017 - 11:57 AM

Alejandro, I read through all of your posts in this log. I have to say you are doing very well with the language. What other kinds of peppers are you trying to grow? I have some Carolina Reaper, Ghost, and some Moruga Scorpions If you would like a few I can send them your way. I am trying them for the first time this year and have a decent growth so far. I am also very excited to see what this season will bring. Keep up the enthusiasm and the good work.


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Posted 01 March 2017 - 09:22 PM

In this time I have learned many things of the English language.... I also learned a lot from the culture of the USA... It's nice to know that you understand what I write...

 

Practically I germinate any hot pepper seed....

When I started it cost me a lot to get seeds ... Here in Argentina is not accustomed to eating spicy ... but over time I could get different varieties ...

 

I'm interested in varieties that are very spicy ... Some like the ones you name ....

 

 

I love sharing hot peppers with friends and family .... If you send me seeds you will help many friends to be happy.


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Posted 01 March 2017 - 09:24 PM

Send me a pm and I will get some to you.
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Posted 02 March 2017 - 07:50 AM

Hello everyone... Today is the day to update the glog...

The heat in Argentina is still very much. I have to put in the shade all the plants after noon.

 

this is my Bishop's crown... this is the oldest plant.... excelents fruits.

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this is another plant of Bishop's crown...

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his fruits.

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this is "cuernito de cabra" (Little goat's horn)...  But I think it is bolivian rainbow

 

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Another class of hot pepper...  (very similar of bolivian rainbow)

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A lot of Alegria Riojana... I think this is spanish pepper....

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Are the germinated seeds of the jalapeños that I bought recently.

 

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bhut orange copenhagen...

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Chupetinho Pepper....

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Kali Mirch

 

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Black Scorpion...

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This is very rare to find ... it is a hot pepper of the field ... it grows alone in the mount .... or in the abandoned fields.

Is called aji quitucho or kitucho. I'm going to take the seeds out to see if it grows in the city ...

 

The vast majority of Argentines like to have a dollar in their wallet ...

I prefer to have a photo of our national hero ... General San Martìn.

 

I like the owl that is on your dollar bill ... the dollar bill is very nice.

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The general san martin the liberator ... very popular in South America .... liberated Argentina, Chile and Peru... Is the closest thing we have to George Washington

 

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I hope you like the update. I send you a big hug from Argentina.

 

 

 


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Posted 02 March 2017 - 08:49 PM

Yesterday I came up with a question ... how can I add more hours of light to my hot peppers? It occurred to me to put the hot peppers inside the apartment. The light is strong (I need a good light to study) maybe it's a good idea. It is a matter of experimenting

 

 

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Posted 02 March 2017 - 10:39 PM

Nice glog

I love the bishops crown pepperz. One of my favorites.
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Posted 03 March 2017 - 12:05 AM

Nice glog

I love the bishops crown pepperz. One of my favorites.

 

Fast growth. Visually beautiful. Well acclimated to the Argentine. Slow maturation.


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Posted 04 March 2017 - 11:49 PM

Great glog. Peppers look healthy. Im excited to see how the aji quitucho turns out for you!



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Posted 05 March 2017 - 10:19 AM

Great glog. Peppers look healthy. Im excited to see how the aji quitucho turns out for you!

 

Thank you .... My plants could look better if I had more hours of light. They do not receive light in the mornings. With regard to hot pepper, I will soon start germinating its seeds. I'm waiting for it to stop being so hot.


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Posted 05 March 2017 - 10:57 AM

Hello everyone. Today I bring you with advice that I hope will help you.
This is how I add phosphorus and calcium to plants. This is bone meal.

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The home way to do it is the following. The bones are prepared in the backyard of the house and burned. There are many videos on the internet where you can see the technique they use. Must be well burned. They do not have to look black as seen in the photo. It has to be rather white. Let them cool and store them in a dry place.

 

To use it you only have to grind it. I have a mortar but a coffee grinder is an excellent choice.

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Once crushed we have the bone meal.

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This is always done at the beginning of the transplant, this is because the bone meal takes a long time to decompose, about 1 month. And when the nutrients are available to the plants the bone meal will already be decomposing. It is recommended to use at most 2 tablespoons per 5 liters of soil (1.3 gallons of soil).

 

 

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You have to stir well until you can not see the bone meal. If it is not well mixed it may bring some problems...

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Another way to add calcium is with egg shells. You simply have to wait for them to dry in the sun and grind them.

 

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These are the benefits of phosphorus. It improves the structure of the soil favoring the biological activity, the development of the roots and the absorption of nutrients, favoring the sprouting, flowering and fructification. Ideal to have excellent fruits of our hot peppers.

 

 

Now the transplant. We select a healthy plant.

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We observe its roots in case there is any inconvenience.

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And we transplanted the plant to its place

 

 

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I hope the advice is helpful. Any questions you have send me a PM and I will respond with pleasure.

Later on I will be giving you more advice on the contribution of organic nutrients to plants.

 Greetings.


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