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need recomendations on super hot peppers to grow


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#41 Mildfruit


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Posted 07 June 2018 - 04:07 PM

Gengish Kahns Brain. 


My favorit super-hot this year (and the first/only that has ripened). 

When you cut it open, the classic chinense smell is no where to be found. Instead a very pleasant fruity aroma, and i mean really fruity, hits you. Its very hot, at least for my standards, but taste is matched in the fruity aroma, and the burn starts medium slow. So you get to taste it before the train hits you. 


I plan to clone this plant in my hydro tent and produce some powder and flakes from this superhot. 

It also looks very cool :D 

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 12:24 AM

Just my 2c but Id suggest at least a modified version of this:(you probably already start indoors but consider a short indoor grow part as well.
For short grow periods get one of the cheap small kits.
Tray, heat pad, rockwool cubes, little lamp and seeds.
Start germinating and to seedlings indoors in late November to early January depending on when you can go outside with them.
Just raise the lamp as needed and pot up to dixie cups then maybe a little bigger if needed.
That should give you a good start.
Chinense take a long time but when they get going there are some growth spurts.
Even the pods take a month to ripen lol.

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 03:55 AM

I've got some HPS and MH lights from 250 up to 600W digital but wondering if it's worth it lol.
Not sure I want to get that serious.

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