Hello from Charleston!
Posted 05 January 2018 - 06:12 PM
Been lurking for a while now, finally decided it was time to introduce myself.
I'm a Kansas City native that is currently stationed in South Carolina with the Navy. Been in for about 8 years, and I'm a submariner on shore duty. Originally got interested in growing peppers for the stereotypical reason of... BBQ! Surprise!
I grew up gardening with my father (an agronomist by trade), and now that I'm in a favorable climate, decided it was time to grow some stuff.
I got my first pepper last year when someone left it behind at my office when they went back to sea, and it has given me a couple dozen habanero level hot peppers that I made into some powder for some truly tasty bbq sauce.
Now I'm looking to branch out and grow a few more for some hot sauces and to give away. I really do enjoy the grow more than the actual pepper eating!
I hate asking questions that have already been asked, but I'm sure it'll happen if I can't find it by searching. Thanks for all the knowledge so far, y'all, and looking forward to some big harvests!
Posted 05 January 2018 - 06:23 PM
You'll turn a three hand job into a one hand sausage cranking, one hand sausage guiding machine.
Posted 05 January 2018 - 08:18 PM
Welcome to the Forum! Thank you for your service! Go Navy! Cheers!
Posted 05 January 2018 - 10:37 PM
Welcome aboard! This is indeed the right place for "everything" pepper. I'm a North Charleston chap and and a Navy veteran to boot (Airdale.) It would be my honor to show you my operation and share what limited knowledge I have. I have a few extra carboys I'd be happy to give you to help you along. I am a novice "grower" but long time connoisseur. Contact me and we can work something out...
"You Have The Right To Remain Fiery"
Posted 05 January 2018 - 11:08 PM
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