Bhuter's 2018 Glog
Posted 09 April 2018 - 01:38 PM
Red BBG7 (Ocho Cinco 2014)
Black Naga x Peri-Peri F2 (Mine)
Brown Moruga (PL)
Peach Bhut (WM)
SB7J (Pex Peppers 2014)
Pumpkin Bubblegum (Ford's)
Peach Scotch Bonnet (WHP)
OrangeGum TigerMAMP (GIP)
California Reaper (Tyler Farms)
Ramirez Stinger (mpicante)
BBG Peach Ghost Jami (Mojo)
Monster Apocalisse (Mojo)
Purple Ghost Scorpion (Mojo)
Chocolate Primo (Butch T)
PDN x 7 Pot Caramel F1 (Mine)
PDN x Bonda ma Jacques F6 White & Purple (PaulG)
Purple Flower Baccatum (Mojo)
Purple Flower BBG (Mojo)
PeachGum v3 (Mojo)
Biker Billy Jalapeño (Tyler Farms)
Cappuccino Scotch Bonnet (MikeUSMC)
Peach Clavo x Pink Tiger (Ford's)
Caramel BBG7 (WHP)
7 Pot Cinder Caramel F3 (also have F2 clone overwinter)
Lots of crosses, purples, & BBG. I also air layered a clone from the Caramel Cinder F2 last year (with the help of pepper-guru...thanks, Rich) and it's been in stasis until recently. Just starting new growth and already set a pod.
And here's the whole lot. I don't have much room...just what I can fit under a card table.
Thanks for stopping by!
Posted 09 April 2018 - 03:45 PM
Everything is looking great this year! Wish I was growing.
Wait...what? You're not growing this year, Andrew? I just got here, so I have some catching up to do.
Thanks everyone! They look terribly small right now, but the weather may make me keep them in until June.
Posted 09 April 2018 - 04:35 PM
I guess I should mention what I use for medium. Well, I'm cheap and have never had a problem with Miracle-Gro...all around...soil, nutes, etc. Last year, I tried fish emulsion for the first half of the season. Aside from the fact that broad mites attacked and slowed me way down, the unaffected plants were small and not blooming very much. It could have been one or the other or both. But after neeming and switching to MG, they took off and I had a bumper crop. So, was it the mites? The fish? I don't know, but MG is easier. So I just stick with that. Germinated seeds go right into 3" or 3.5" (whichever they are) pots and stay there until plant out. That works better for me instead of transplanting.
Posted 09 April 2018 - 04:39 PM
Now we're talking, welcome back Bhuter. Plenty of heat on that list!
Thank you, Ryan! Let's hope they all grow true. I'm pretty excited about some of the mojo crosses I have this year...including the OrangeGum TigerMAMP that I got from GIP. Heck, I'm excited for them all.
Posted 09 April 2018 - 05:32 PM
Welcome back Adam!
Been waiting to see you get started
Nice hot list, and wishing you a killer season!
Thank you, Scott! I almost didn't grow this year. Not for any other reason than it seemed like a lot of work. Lol. But we're underway!
Posted 09 April 2018 - 05:35 PM
Hi Adam, you're just "fashionably late" right? Good luck with your grow this year, I can see it'll be a hot one!
Absolutely, Rick. I'd like to show up and say, "Surprise! Mine are podding up." But I'm far from it. Scott got the "podding-up" jump on me by a landslide. Thank you for your well-wishes!
Posted 09 April 2018 - 08:16 PM
Thank you, GIP! I'm with you, there. The peach clavo x pink tiger is intriguing. But we're gonna have to wait a while because it's a newborn. Interesting story about that seed:
good looking plants your off to a nice start
and impressive list too
i cant wait to see that peach clavo x pink tiger
When it germinated, the root came out more like a blob than a point. I thought it was history, but I left it in there. Checking it later, I discovered that the root was actually coming out sideways.
Until the coty's came out first.
It was an ass hat instead of a helmet head. Lol
A little wiggle and the root was set free. The seedling was shaped like a V but I buried that root. The next day, the coty's were lifting off of the top of the soil. So, it's growing, but it'll be a while. Lol
Edited by Bhuter, 09 April 2018 - 08:22 PM.
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