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#621 Ghost Pepper Revolution

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Posted 14 April 2019 - 04:22 PM

Nice fruits guys, mine are popping too now.

Purple Bhuts I believe (fully ripe)

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 10:21 AM

Finally starting to get some actual harvests...

 

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Posted 15 April 2019 - 10:04 PM

Good to see things starting to happen for people.

 

With the cooler weather down here things are slowing down. I don't think any of my plants are starting new pods, but I still have lots on there waiting to ripen.

 

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 10:38 AM

Finally starting to get some actual harvests...
 
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Hey, bud! I love early Florida harvests! Looks great! Love the Browns! Did your boy get that Madballz going?

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 10:42 AM

Nice fruits guys, mine are popping too now.

Purple Bhuts I believe (fully ripe)

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Very nice, deep color! They look pretty spicy! Nice job!

  

Good to see things starting to happen for people.
 
With the cooler weather down here things are slowing down. I don't think any of my plants are starting new pods, but I still have lots on there waiting to ripen.
 
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Great harvest pictures, Bob! I love seeing Aussie grows. The whites look great! All white, no yellowish! Fantastic!

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Posted 16 April 2019 - 11:24 AM

Hey, bud! I love early Florida harvests! Looks great! Love the Browns! Did your boy get that Madballz going?

 

Yes, those browns are the Madballz.  They are all really tiny.  I got some earlier that were about twice that size.

They are ridiculously hot and tummy hurty.


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Posted 16 April 2019 - 04:54 PM

  
Great harvest pictures, Bob! I love seeing Aussie grows. The whites look great! All white, no yellowish! Fantastic!

 

 

Thanks mate.

 

I love those white ones. They were a bit of a surprise actually.

 

I bought some seeds that were supposed to be Aji Fantasy White (ebay seller) but they look nothing like that.

 

Always the optimist, I put one in my mouth expecting it to be mild (5k - 10k shu). 

 

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The best I can figure, going by interweb photos and descriptions, is that they are Peruvian White Habanero.

 

I might be wrong though. Some photos I find have a different shape but a lot are the same.

 

 

But I love the color, and I love the heat and taste, so I don't see it as being a loss from the ebay seller.



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Posted 18 April 2019 - 03:58 AM

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Posted 18 April 2019 - 05:40 AM

 
 
Thanks mate.
 
I love those white ones. They were a bit of a surprise actually.
 
I bought some seeds that were supposed to be Aji Fantasy White (ebay seller) but they look nothing like that.
 
Always the optimist, I put one in my mouth expecting it to be mild (5k - 10k shu). 
 
:mouthonfire:   lol
 
 
The best I can figure, going by interweb photos and descriptions, is that they are Peruvian White Habanero.
 
I might be wrong though. Some photos I find have a different shape but a lot are the same.
 
 
But I love the color, and I love the heat and taste, so I don't see it as being a loss from the ebay seller.

Wow! What great luck! Better than a bell! Lol. Hooray for optimism! I can't name the white ones either. The skinnier pods look like a Baccatum and the fatter, rounder whites look kinda like PepperLover's Smooth White Bhut (about hab Heat). Every white I've grown have been yellowish. Maybe it's the sun intensity difference. 🤷🏻‍♂️ But I'm sure it beats down harder on Sydney than here.

I've always wanted to travel to OZ. But I'm sure I'd never make it back here. Lol. I hope your season keeps spittin' em out for you!

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Nice Gorongong, BTW!

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Posted 18 April 2019 - 06:07 AM

The skinny ones are a baccatum, they are called Blondie chillies, can't remember exactly where but they are Scandinavian.

 

It doesn't show much in that photo, but they have a pale greenish hue and even get a purple suntan on them. Not a lot of difference between the green of the ripe and unripe ones.

 

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The other ones are hot, but maybe a little less heat (75% maybe) than an orange hab. I will keep calling them Peruvian White Habs until some one tells me different. 

 

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I love the Goronongs too, great flavor, but the plant would have been lucky to produce 2 dozen pods.

 

 

Unfortunately the season is coming to an end. Still warmish days but the nights are getting colder (by our standards anyway). Still battling with the fruit fly though.

 

Not getting a lot of new pods, but still have quite a few waiting to ripen. I have a Trinidad Moruga full of pods but none have ripened yet.

 

This is a photo of the pods that I have harvested in the last 4 days, minus the ones that I have already thrown out because of fruit fly. The ones in the containers greww outside of the fruit fly net that I have put up and I like to keep them separate for a while to make sure there is nothing growing inside of them.

 

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Posted 21 April 2019 - 01:26 AM

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Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:43 PM

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Beautiful, Bob! Do you have extra seeds of that Blondie Chili? I don't need any right away, but the more I look at it, the more it's calling to me. Maybe we can set up a trade at some point? I have a GRRRRIP of seed varieties. A whole binder full. Please let me know!

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 11:04 PM

The harvests are slowing down and the pods are taking longer to ripen, but my season is not over yet

 

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 09:39 PM

Very nice, deep color! They look pretty spicy! Nice job!

  
Great harvest pictures, Bob! I love seeing Aussie grows. The whites look great! All white, no yellowish! Fantastic!


Thanks bhuter, not crazy spicy but definitely hurt going down

Another purple ghost harvest, Aji bolsa de dulce, dragon breath, pimiento x Bhut and jigsaw
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Posted 26 April 2019 - 09:44 PM

Thanks bhuter, not crazy spicy but definitely hurt going down

Another purple ghost harvest, Aji bolsa de dulce, dragon breath, pimiento x Bhut and jigsaw
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Noice! Dragon's breath...are they always tiny pods...or are those early season pods? I think I've seen maybe one pic of medium sized pods. I'm just curious how that variety REALLY is.

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 09:58 PM

Noice! Dragon's breath...are they always tiny pods...or are those early season pods? I think I've seen maybe one pic of medium sized pods. I'm just curious how that variety REALLY is.


They are spicy but very unstable, Ive had Im choking on fire pods and then had some in the ghost range.
I did remove seeds from the choking fire pod. In all fairness though, this guy is dying due to fungus that has plagued my reaper, naga reaper chocolate, chocolate primo and dragons breath. So far small pods are the hot hots
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Posted 28 April 2019 - 12:55 AM

I prefer bite size pods. Chocolate habaneros get kind of big to me.

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Posted 28 April 2019 - 07:19 AM

I prefer bite size pods. Chocolate habaneros get kind of big to me.


You might like these lil guys. Black Naga x Peri-Peri...these were F2 last year (2) separate plants.
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