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#1 wogx

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 06:01 PM

Hey! Few months ago I posted a little sneak peek in a different topic, now it's the time to start the 2019 season thread. I spent a lot of time last year crossing different varieties with each other, in result I harvested seeds from 92 crosses. At 06.01 I sowed these crosses + 30 other varieties. That number seems to be huge at first glance, but I am convinced that many of them will not sprout, because not all crosses are viable. In 2018 ~60% of my crosses didn't sprout. Some of these crosses were repeated but parents were replaced with each other (variety Y pollinated with Z pollen is another cross than variety Z pollinated with Y pollen). Two plants of each variety will be planted in the ground. The main goal for this season will be to check which traits of different varieties will dominate in F1 generation.
 
Shortlist of varieties for this season:
92 crosses
Aji Cito
Ancho Poblano
Bhut Jolokia White
Bhut Jolokia Yellow
Black Hungarian
Brazilian Pumpkin
Carolina Reaper Yellow
Corno di Torro Giallo
Chinense #2
Chinense #3 
Chinense #4 
Chinense #5 
Habanero Orange
Jalapeno Conchos
Jalapeno M
Jamaican Hot Red
Joe Long Cayenne
Kitchen Pepper Peach
Lemon Drop
Lunchbox mix
Pasilla Bajio
Piri-Piri
Rocoto Giant Red
Sierrano
Tabasco
Ubatuba Cambuchi
No Name #2
No Name #3
No Name #4 
No Name #5

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 06:06 PM

wow big undertaking, good luck with the crosses!


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Posted 10 January 2019 - 08:03 PM

Thats a whole lotta crosses, intrigued to see pepper shapes and phenos
Put down the pot and pick up the pod

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 03:37 PM

Any bonnets in those crosses

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 04:07 PM

Thanks @juanitos, i'm still waiting for any sprouts.
@Trident chili Yes, there are 10 crosses with a no name bonnet-shaped C. chinense which i bought in 2017 in a local market.


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Posted 13 January 2019 - 08:06 AM

Some of the seedlings had sprouted today - WGX 067, 068, 077, 083 and the Brazilian Pumpkin

 

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Posted 13 January 2019 - 11:52 AM

Best of luck for this years grow. I take it you are keeping the wraps on your crosses?


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Posted 13 January 2019 - 12:26 PM

Thanks @heefy, do you mean the info about parents of these crosses? That's right. Maybe in the future i will say more about them. On the back of my head I've got a thought about a community grow project in next season, personally I will not be able to fully exploit the potential of so many crosses. Maybe there will be some hands willing to help me with them?  :rolleyes: There are mild, hot and superhot crosses, everyone will find something interesting on that list  :)


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Posted 20 January 2019 - 08:57 PM

I'll be sure to keep up on this thread



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Posted 21 January 2019 - 04:23 PM

Thanks @heefy, do you mean the info about parents of these crosses? That's right. Maybe in the future i will say more about them. On the back of my head I've got a thought about a community grow project in next season, personally I will not be able to fully exploit the potential of so many crosses. Maybe there will be some hands willing to help me with them?  :rolleyes: There are mild, hot and superhot crosses, everyone will find something interesting on that list  :)

Put me on the list, sir  :D


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Posted 21 January 2019 - 06:42 PM

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Posted 21 January 2019 - 08:05 PM

Today, two weeks after sowing i've checked the seedbeds. I've discovered that 31 crosses didn't sprout. Seeds were rotten or covered with mold. I submit a list of these crosses below:

 

WGX 008 F1 ("Tabasco" x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 017 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 019 F1 (Black Hungarian x Bhut Jolokia Yellow) F1
WGX 023 F1 ((Black Hungarian x Lemon Drop F1) x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 024 F1 (Aji Cito x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 027 F1 (Chinensis #2 x Lemon Drop) F1
WGX 028 F1 (Piri-Piri x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 030 F1 (Black Hungarian x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 032 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 034 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio) F1) F1
WGX 035 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x Lemon Drop) F1
WGX 042 F1 (Aji Jobito x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 047 F1 (Piri-Piri x "Kitchen Pepper Peach") F1
WGX 048 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 055 F1 (Piri-Piri x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 056 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 057 F1 (Chinensis #2 x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 060 F1 ("Tabasco" x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 061 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Bhut Jolokia Yellow) F1
WGX 062 F1 (Chinensis #2 x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 063 F1 (Joe Long Cayenne x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 064 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 072 F1 (Aji Cito x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 074 F1 ("Tabasco" x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 076 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Jalapeno Brown) F1
WGX 081 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 082 F1 (Jalapeno Conchos x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 084 F1 (Jalapeno Conchos x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 086 F1 (Jalapeno Brown x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 087 F1 (Lemon Drop x Joe Long Cayenne) F1
WGX 090 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x "Kitchen Pepper Peach") F1
 
The only stable variety which didn't germinate was Habanero Orange. I am satisfied with the germination ratio, 61 viable crosses (out of 92: ~66%) is a good result in my opinion.
 
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Posted 21 January 2019 - 10:19 PM

 

Today, two weeks after sowing i've checked the seedbeds. I've discovered that 31 crosses didn't sprout. Seeds were rotten or covered with mold. I submit a list of these crosses below:

 

WGX 008 F1 ("Tabasco" x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 017 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 019 F1 (Black Hungarian x Bhut Jolokia Yellow) F1
WGX 023 F1 ((Black Hungarian x Lemon Drop F1) x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 024 F1 (Aji Cito x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 027 F1 (Chinensis #2 x Lemon Drop) F1
WGX 028 F1 (Piri-Piri x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 030 F1 (Black Hungarian x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 032 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 034 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio) F1) F1
WGX 035 F1 (Habanero Orange (Purple) x Lemon Drop) F1
WGX 042 F1 (Aji Jobito x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 047 F1 (Piri-Piri x "Kitchen Pepper Peach") F1
WGX 048 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 055 F1 (Piri-Piri x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 056 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Corno di Torro Giallo) F1
WGX 057 F1 (Chinensis #2 x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 060 F1 ("Tabasco" x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 061 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Bhut Jolokia Yellow) F1
WGX 062 F1 (Chinensis #2 x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 063 F1 (Joe Long Cayenne x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 064 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 072 F1 (Aji Cito x Jalapeno Conchos) F1
WGX 074 F1 ("Tabasco" x (Lemon Drop x Pasilla Bajio F1)) F1
WGX 076 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x Jalapeno Brown) F1
WGX 081 F1 ("Kitchen Pepper Peach" x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 082 F1 (Jalapeno Conchos x Aji Cito) F1
WGX 084 F1 (Jalapeno Conchos x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 086 F1 (Jalapeno Brown x Ubatuba Cambuchi) F1
WGX 087 F1 (Lemon Drop x Joe Long Cayenne) F1
WGX 090 F1 (Bhut Jolokia Yellow x "Kitchen Pepper Peach") F1
 
The only stable variety which didn't germinate was Habanero Orange. I am satisfied with the germination ratio, 61 viable crosses (out of 92: ~66%) is a good result in my opinion.
 
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That's one hell of a list



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Posted 22 January 2019 - 01:44 AM

I get ya. Thanks.

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Posted 22 January 2019 - 03:13 AM

Impressive list and a mammoth amount of admin and paperwork to track it!

Good luck and hope it goes well with the rest of the secret :shh: crosses



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Posted 28 January 2019 - 03:25 PM

Thanks @HydroPepper, I wanted to make it a big thing  :P
 
Two other crosses wilted meanwhile - WGX 041 ("Tabasco" x Lemon Drop) and WGX 091 (Chinensis #2 x (Black Hungarian x Lemon Drop F1)). I've made a growth progress comparision three weeks after sowing. I divided it into three parts, because imgur had problems with one big post. I've put some hints about genetics of these crosses in these posts, so you can try to figure out something about parent plants  ;)
 
 
I've found some pics from last season:
 

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Posted 02 March 2019 - 02:07 PM

So any updates? It's been over a month



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Posted 10 March 2019 - 01:26 PM

Update: https://imgur.com/gallery/5XrgcuC

 

I'm sorry that currently I post so rarely, but I have a limited amount of time now. I will post next updates irregularly.



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Posted 10 March 2019 - 01:30 PM

Update: https://imgur.com/gallery/5XrgcuC

 

I'm sorry that currently I post so rarely, but I have a limited amount of time now. I will post next updates irregularly.

Link does not work for me :)



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Posted 10 March 2019 - 02:03 PM

Link does not work for me :)

 

That's weird, you can try to see that update trought this link : https://imgur.com/user/wogx

I hope it will work  ;)






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