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#621 PaulG

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Posted 17 September 2018 - 09:30 PM

Some nice pods from one of my neighbors F4 plants, and one from an F6W.
All right around 2 1/2 inches long, 5/8 inch wide (the one fat pod is 7/8 inch wide):

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Posted 17 September 2018 - 09:52 PM

Wow those are killer!

Some nice pods from one of my neighbors F4 plants, and one from an F6W.
All right around 2 1/2 inches long, 5/8 inchwide:attachicon.gif C12E2F89-65CE-4E25-99EB-69F148897C5B.jpeg


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Posted 18 September 2018 - 01:30 PM

Wow those are killer!
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Thanks for checking in, Tristan. They should produce great seed,

I think.

 

There are some even larger/longer pods still on the bush.  Some

are starting to enter the violet/purple transition stage, so my hopes

are high they will ripen up. 


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Posted 18 September 2018 - 01:37 PM

You think both phenos turn white/ivory after purple with long enough time?

Thanks for checking in, Tristan. They should produce great seed,
I think.
 
There are some even larger/longer pods still on the bush.  Some
are starting to enter the violet/purple transition stage, so my hopes
are high they will ripen up. 


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Posted 18 September 2018 - 07:51 PM

You think both phenos turn white/ivory after purple with long enough time?
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That's a good question. I hope some grower somewhere has a long
enough grow season to test it.  So far, some of the pods on the F6W
plants look like the pods from last years F5P It may be the color is
trending towards a more violet ripe stage.  We have to wait and see
what the rest of the growers are getting, and how the white and
purple varieties turn out.
 
That being said, I am loving the color and pod variations I am seeing
across the seven plants. looks like 10 days of decent growing weather
here in the forecast, barring changes, of course.
 
:fireball: Can't wait to see the rest of the growers' big late-season pods  :drooling:

Found some nice pods on the F6W-LP today.
Top pod, 3 1/4 inches long, bottom pods, 3 inches long:
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Another 3 1/4 inch pod:
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De-seeding one of the big pods:
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Edited by PaulG, 18 September 2018 - 08:50 PM.

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 08:42 PM

Well I still got 2months of good temps so I will rock em out as long as possible and let u know.. Love the taste already though of the purples!! Some weird hybrid of smelling dangerous like Chinese, with half the heat, and lots of floral notes!

That's a good question. I hope some grower somewhere has a long
enough grow season to test it.  So far, some of the pods on the F6W
plants look like the pods from last years F5P It may be the color is
trending towards a more violet ripe stage.  We have to wait and see
what the rest of the growers are getting, and how the white and
purple varieties turn out.
 
That being said, I am loving the color and pod variations I am seeing
across the seven plants. looks like 10 days of decent growing weather
here in the forecast, barring changes, of course.
 
:fireball: Can't wait to see the rest of the growers' big late-season pods  :drooling:

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Edited by YAMracer754, 18 September 2018 - 08:44 PM.


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Posted 19 September 2018 - 02:44 PM

Just for reference, here are some of last season's F5 pods, harvested mid-October:

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Also, here are the pods the F6W(LP) came from on 10/19.

They are so similar to the big pods above.

 

The last two pods on the F5-1 are hanging on; still nice and firm with great color:

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Big pods on the F5P at the end of the season (10/19).

This season, I'll pick them earlier now that I am sure

the violet pods are ripe and have viable seed. 

Many of the purple seeds for this season's grow

came from these pods.

 

Getting so very close; some awesome phenotypes left to ripen up:
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This year's F6W(LP) and F6P are living up to their parents with

pods like these on both plants, although I'd say the general

trend is to bigger pods each season, in my own grow. I hope

you all continue growing out your best pods so we can see

how the cross is developing.  This year has been very helpful.

 

Side thought: Tristen must be gearing up his grow down in

New Zealand at this time. If you are out there buddy, give

a shout out! Like to know your thoughts about how this is

turning out!

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Edited by PaulG, 19 September 2018 - 07:02 PM.

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 10:00 PM

Found a few nice pods on the F6W-1 today. Some are
ivory colored on one side, violet on the other, others more
patchy, depending on sun exposure. Length ranges from
2 1/8 to 3 inches. Width from 5/8 to 7/8 inches. All good
seed pods:
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This pod had the most amazing violet color all over:
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De-seeding the violet pod:
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Edited by PaulG, 19 September 2018 - 10:14 PM.

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 03:20 PM

I'm still a little behind most of y'all, but I'm starting to get some pods.

 

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I easily have at least two months in my season.  Since they're in pots/bags, I can move them inside if we get a surprise early freeze.

 

These seem to be ripening to the purple coloration, but I'll let them ripen up a bit more to see if they're still ripening to a different color.



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Posted 20 September 2018 - 09:37 PM

More harvests in the near future!
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