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#61 bpiela

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Posted 04 June 2018 - 06:18 PM

Looking good Ben!

 

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Posted 10 June 2018 - 09:34 PM

I was potting up some plants into containers and I came across something.  On this CAP 691 plant, I think there are eggs of some sort.  I think I have seen this before but I am forgetting at the moment what they are.  Here is a cropped pic:

 

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This is a slightly different angle that lets you see the "thread" that is attached to the plant. 

 

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Anyone know what this is and if I should just clean it off of the plant?

 

Thanks in advance!



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Posted 11 June 2018 - 04:09 PM

Found out these are lacewing eggs.  Not used to having the good guys around. 



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Posted 11 June 2018 - 06:33 PM

Some updates.

 

Antakie from Fiery Fords:

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Here is an Antep Aci Dolma from Fiery Fords:

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Here is an Ammazzo or Joe's Round or Cherry Bomb or whatever you want to call it.  Grew it from seeds I saved from a plant purchased from CCN.

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Here is a pod on a Roatan Habanero.  Got the seeds from Texas Hot Peppers.  I grew three of them, but this one has some purple in it.  Should be an interesting cross.

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And my Yellow Brainstrain has a bunch of pods...

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Posted 12 June 2018 - 05:55 AM

Nice! 



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Posted 12 June 2018 - 10:46 AM

Interesting eggs, never saw that before

Everything is nice and green too!

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Posted Yesterday, 05:43 PM

Some more pics.  I didn't really give away/sell all of my extra plants and I am uncertain what to do about them.  I have been potting up as many as I can but I am running out of room.  Here is a pic of all of the remaining plants.  All are flowering.  Many have pods.

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Some pod pics from the baccatum area.  Here is a Sugar Rush Peach:

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Sugar Rush Cream:

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El Oro De Ecuador:

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Crazy pod on a Columbian Yellow:

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Here is my Aji Penec.  Unfortunately, looking very Aji Penec-ish.

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Now a couple of Chinense.  Some squiggly pods on a Tobago Treasure:

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A bunch of pods on a potted up Beni Highlands:

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My Helix Nebula has 1 foot long pods right now:

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Here is a plant that not doing well.  A Carbonero Sherwoods.  Not sure if this is slug damage.

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All for now.

 



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Posted Yesterday, 05:58 PM

Oh yeah, forgot about this plant.  I collected the seeds from a potted plant in a Korean BBQ in Fairlawn, NJ.  It was late in the year and the pods on the plant were red and pretty much dried out.  I thought it was a Super Chile or something similar.  Looks like the pods go from white to purple to red.  Pretty cool surprise.

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