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#521 Walchit

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Posted 10 July 2018 - 06:52 PM

Looking good, Andy! Did you get a chance to
try some of the pods from the in-ground plant?

How hot are these things? Is a half of one going to destroy me? Lol



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#522 PaulG

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Posted 10 July 2018 - 11:24 PM

How hot are these things? Is a half of one going to destroy me? Lol

Nowhere near that category, yet. The late season pods
might be something else, but so far the early pods are
not above medium heat. Just start with a small piece to
get an idea before trying a larger one. Have fun!

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 12:40 AM

 
The P.Dreadie is a Scotch Bonnet. What I like about this variety is it is a bit less hot and has more flavor (in my experiences) than the MoA or the plain Scotch Bonnet.
 

Sounds excellent! Where do I start to try it/grow it/etc?

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 05:54 AM

If my p dreadie produce I will have some seed for ya



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Posted 11 July 2018 - 06:01 AM

Hi folks, I've finally got some good news to share. Both of my plants plants have started to pod up.cf34850a63560cff9711f17b4a977cc0.jpgea2ebe73485915de4aa3dfe6f1ff45e8.jpg

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Posted 11 July 2018 - 12:07 PM

Hi folks, I've finally got some good news to share. Both of my plants plants have started to pod up.

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Those are totally awesome plants, Rick! Now that 

they have set pods, the rate should really increase.

I hope they produce a bumper crop for you.


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Posted 11 July 2018 - 12:43 PM

You know Paul, I believe I'd very much like to be onboard with next year's grow. No hurry though, I've barely got pods yet this year! :whistle:


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Posted 12 July 2018 - 10:45 AM

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Fried this little sliver and through it on this bacon egg bread combo.

 

Chinense aroma. Quite a bit of heat. My tolerance is down right now. Glad I did t eat the whole thing lol



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Posted 12 July 2018 - 12:19 PM

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Fried this little sliver and through it on this bacon egg bread combo.

 

Chinense aroma. Quite a bit of heat. My tolerance is down right now. Glad I did t eat the whole thing lol

Good on ya, mate!  Probably hard to get a sense of the

flavor of the pod on the bacon and egg, but that's a great

use for that pepper!

 

Hope your pods are ripening nicely.


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Posted 12 July 2018 - 12:20 PM

You know Paul, I believe I'd very much like to be onboard with next year's grow. No hurry though, I've barely got pods yet this year! :whistle:

When the F7 seed is ready, I'll send some your way, Eric.

 

Good luck with those Aji Amarillo. I hope you get some

nice pods from them.


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Posted 13 July 2018 - 07:41 PM

hi all. i stumbled upon this thread yesterday and read the entire thread from the beginning and its so cool how it has played out with seeds getting sent around the world for the following year`s grow. if this will be done again for next year`s grow i would love to try growing a few. good luck to everybody who has plants growing now.



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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:11 PM

Glad you have enjoyed this group effort, Kevin.
As for next years grow season, stay tuned and
when seeds are available speak up. Hopefully,
there will be an abundance among the group of
growers. All that is asked in return is updates
now and then about the plants of the cross you grow.
The purpose of the project is to see if the phenotype
stays consistent across a much larger grow than one
person can carry out. This year, we are growing F6
(I do have a few F4 growing), so next year would be
the F7, sort of a marker year, I gather.

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:31 PM

A few pics from the PNW...

This F4 is really bushing out at the bottom. Overwinter, anyone?
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From F4-2, first early pod:
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From F4-3:
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F3 podding up:
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And bulking up:
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Some early pod ripening on F6W, LP (last pod):
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F6W, LP AND F6W-2 got some shade cloth today to help
combat sun in the 90s. F6P and F6W-1 are not so lucky.
I will say these are sun loving plants, however:
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That about does it from this corner of the PNW. I hope everyone
is having a superb grow, and that the vegetative and pod phenotypes
continue to be true to past experience. Your pictures really help us to
track the progress of Tristens cross!

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 10:57 PM

Glad you have enjoyed this group effort, Kevin.
As for next years grow season, stay tuned and
when seeds are available speak up. Hopefully,
there will be an abundance among the group of
growers. All that is asked in return is updates
now and then about the plants of the cross you grow.
The purpose of the project is to see if the phenotype
stays consistent across a much larger grow than one
person can carry out. This year, we are growing F6
(I do have a few F4 growing), so next year would be
the F7, sort of a marker year, I gather.

hi paul. documenting and sharing the results are no problem. your plants are looking great!



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Posted 16 July 2018 - 02:36 PM

 

It certainly has a nice flavor, without the kill-ya heat. And I've shared a few pods.

Everyone comments about what a nice pepper it is, flavor wise ;)

Yes, indeed, Tristen has produced a nice pepper hybrid. If past

experience holds true, the Fall peppers will be paler and hotter

than their early season counterparts.

Did you notice any change of flavor as the colors changed?

 

I didn't taste much difference between the light purple

pod I ate and the yellow one.  The yellow, being more ripe,

tasted more mature, I guess.  Am looking forward to tasting

some of the later season ivory/white pods.


Edited by PaulG, 16 July 2018 - 02:45 PM.

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Posted 16 July 2018 - 08:28 PM

Speaking of taste testing, all the early pods have
softened, so I picked them. All these are from the
F6 plants:
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Good demonstration of the range of colors
you might see on the early pods.
The pods in the lower right corner are for me to
taste test. Purple/White vs. Yellow/Ivory 🤪 🤯 🤧
The rest go to our Neighbors.
Bwahaahaahaaaahaaaaaaa.

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Posted 20 July 2018 - 01:12 PM

Paul I've been reading this Post from day one and its absolutely brilliant what you Guy's have done!outstanding .if there is any spare F7 seeds going spare at the end of the season I would love to grow them and compare with everyone else's as I'm in Scotland and it would be quite a challnge in my climate I have just bought a greenhouse so that should give me a head start next season 🙌 eagerly awaiting you're reply

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Posted 21 July 2018 - 11:33 AM

Paul I've been reading this Post from day one and its absolutely brilliant what you Guy's have done!outstanding .if there is any spare F7 seeds going spare at the end of the season I would love to grow them and compare with everyone else's as I'm in Scotland and it would be quite a challnge in my climate I have just bought a greenhouse so that should give me a head start next season 🙌 eagerly awaiting you're reply

Terry g.

Absolutely, Terry. I'm glad you are enjoying everyone's efforts.

This really is a group project.

 

I should have seeds available for a few more folk for next season's grow.

Just stay tuned to this thread, and PM me your addy at some point.

 

Congrats on your acquisition of a greenhouse! Good luck with that.

 

It will be interesting to see a Scottish take on Tristen's experiment.  

I suspect gardening in general is not easy as close to the Northern 

latitudes as you are in Scotland.


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Posted 22 July 2018 - 05:35 PM

I recently glued numerous flowers in my garden for isolation and, of course, it rained. But I managed to keep a few sealed and one of them was the white version of this variety...so I'll have isolated seeds for next season. But here are a couple pics.
Purple:
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White:
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Posted 22 July 2018 - 06:18 PM

I recently glued numerous flowers in my garden for isolation and, of course, it rained. But I managed to keep a few sealed and one of them was the white version of this variety...so I'll have isolated seeds for next season. But here are a couple pics.
Purple:
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White:
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OMG Wow, buddy👍Really looking good. Some great
gnarly phenotypes and color changes. Just stellar!

Pod review forthcoming 😉? Inquiring minds want to know!

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