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Naga Bhut Chiltepin Landraces Trusty sources Seldom updated

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#41 Superhot Sim

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 09:51 AM

Great grow list and some fantastic healthy looking plants Fab, loving the look of your Myanmar naga ( as discussed in pm ) so im watching your grow keenly .

Be interesting to see it growing next to your shabu shabu as that is from a similar area , another with great taste and heat .

 

Keep up your good work and hope you have a fruitful season ;)



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Posted 17 March 2017 - 10:13 AM

Great grow list and some fantastic healthy looking plants Fab, loving the look of your Myanmar naga ( as discussed in pm ) so im watching your grow keenly .
Be interesting to see it growing next to your shabu shabu as that is from a similar area , another with great taste and heat .
 
Keep up your good work and hope you have a fruitful season ;)


Thank you Sim!
It's third year trying Shabu in search of the real deal... It seems easy to find from many vendors now.
I've seeds from another source as well but i'm growing it mainly as a tribute to Floricole that sent me seeds three times!
Fingers crossed :)

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 10:16 AM

Embassy naga is better tasting than shabu shabu but both are good producers. Will love your Italian climate.

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 12:09 PM

Will love your Italian climate.

I hope so :D
This year i had a properly early start, we have a long season but a brutally hot and humid summer so it's better to have big plants and pods forming before the heat strikes ;)
Indian and nepalese landraces tolerate it well in my experience though.

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 02:52 PM

Watching closely. Nice list of varieties.


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Posted 17 March 2017 - 04:55 PM

Watching closely. Nice list of varieties.


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Posted 23 March 2017 - 05:51 AM

Found some time to snatch a couple new pics!

 

Armageddon, healthy genetics for sure:

 

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Bih Jolokia LG:

 

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Pimenta Lisa F-4, the purple one should be the 'correct' pheno as pointed by Stefan in his thread:

 

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Black Beauty aubergine :)

 

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The younger CPI Bhut:

 

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Tamaulipas chiltepin twins, they had a rough start (notice the burned cotyledons) but are recovering nicely:

 

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Group shot, the toms are taking over :D

 

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Eight bigger seedlings have already be moved to a small plastic greenhouse outdoor and doing ok.

Sadly i've too much healthy plants, a vast majority will be gifted/axed.

 

Thanks for watching!

 

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 12:15 PM

Nice work!! Some great strains in there ... I need to get up to speed on all these new to me species/strains I keep seeing on the glogs this season. Keep on Growing!!

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 04:59 PM

Nice work!! Some great strains in there ... I need to get up to speed on all these new to me species/strains I keep seeing on the glogs this season. Keep on Growing!!


Thanks Tristen!
Some novelty here and there is welcome for me but i don't mind too much the zillions hybrids circulating... Heirlooms and landraces show more vigor and better taste than unstable stuff usually :)

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Posted 23 March 2017 - 07:57 PM


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 05:04 AM

 

Excellent!

 

Indeed! :)

Six seedlings actually (2 x cell) :D

I need to narrow to 1-2 plants though... any trait to look for selection or they grow uniform enough??

 


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Posted 24 March 2017 - 04:57 PM

Looking good Fabrizio!

 

Funny how those "maters" take over. I wish the peppers would grow as fast!

 

You're off to a great start my friend! ;)


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Posted 25 March 2017 - 02:08 AM

Looking good Fabrizio!
 
Funny how those "maters" take over. I wish the peppers would grow as fast!
 
You're off to a great start my friend! ;)


Thank you Scott!
Yep sometimes peppers may be frustrating slow :D that's why they're so rewarding at harvest time!

Have a great weekend!

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 03:50 AM

Fabrizio lovely healthy seedling plants and the red cups really show them off. Yes your toms are starting to fly ... have a good weekend and are you putting your clock forward an hour tonight

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Posted 25 March 2017 - 06:58 AM

Fabrizio lovely healthy seedling plants and the red cups really show them off. Yes your toms are starting to fly ... have a good weekend and are you putting your clock forward an hour tonight


Thank you John!
Seedlings outside are thriving, it's unbelievably warm today. More transplants to bigger cups this afternoon, then in April the chosen ones will go straight in the dirt (maybe a couple pots but not more).
Yea tonight clock forward, i really HATE that i'd like to keep standard clock all year long!

Have a nice weekend!

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Posted 30 April 2017 - 09:42 AM

Finally i've found a minute to take a pic of the best specimens so far enjoying a mild sun (right in the background my only OW survived, Florida Wild Bird):

 

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Plants should have been moved in ground some time ago but a cold snap and wind/rain storms suggested me to hold back.

My toms were already transplanted and are struggling badly...

 

Major update next time!

 

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Posted 30 April 2017 - 04:22 PM

Those gals look great Fabrizio ;)

 

If the tom's are having a hard time with the weather than you did right holding off on the peppers. Here, once I see the lows at or above about  4.5° for the 10 day forecast the tom's hit the dirt. I like them 30 to 38cm high when I plant and bury them after trimming the leaves to where the top 2 leaves and the crown are all that's above the soil. After that they go nuts ;)

 

Here's to warmer weather!


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Posted 30 April 2017 - 08:13 PM

Great specimens, Fab.

They look healthy and happy. Flowers look nice and vibrant as well.
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Posted 01 May 2017 - 06:10 PM

Finally i've found a minute to take a pic of the best specimens so far enjoying a mild sun (right in the background my only OW survived, Florida Wild Bird):

 

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Plants should have been moved in ground some time ago but a cold snap and wind/rain storms suggested me to hold back.

My toms were already transplanted and are struggling badly...

 

Major update next time!

 

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Sorry you're having contrary weather Fabrizio, but it sounds like you made the right call with holding the chiles back until it warms up and calms down a bit more. Plants look good!

 


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Posted 02 May 2017 - 03:11 AM

Those gals look great Fabrizio ;)

 

If the tom's are having a hard time with the weather than you did right holding off on the peppers. Here, once I see the lows at or above about  4.5° for the 10 day forecast the tom's hit the dirt. I like them 30 to 38cm high when I plant and bury them after trimming the leaves to where the top 2 leaves and the crown are all that's above the soil. After that they go nuts ;)

 

Here's to warmer weather!

 

Thank you for the tips and good wishes Scott :)

 

Great specimens, Fab.

They look healthy and happy. Flowers look nice and vibrant as well.

 

Thank you Chuck, this year i've finally involved my wife with the garden passion; she loves flowers as much as i love peppers LOL :D

 

 

Sorry you're having contrary weather Fabrizio, but it sounds like you made the right call with holding the chiles back until it warms up and calms down a bit more. Plants look good!

 

 

Thanks Rick, it was way too hot a month ago... i suspected a cold spell would arrive... i've taken the gamble with toms but happily been more conservative with peppers :) they will hit dirt / bigger pots very soon though!

 

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