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#21 wiriwiri

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Posted 26 February 2019 - 02:39 PM

I placed a thermometer in the system & temps are 82- 84*F in there...that along with the humidity are  quite adequate IMO to promote germination.

It's a closed system & more or less self contained...for now I just have to wait "patiently" for final results...

FYI..The Seed Starting System (separate purchase)was protected with the clear plastic covering & I just flipped it onto the SSS & viola ..ah ha it worked. :onfire:

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Posted 26 February 2019 - 04:22 PM

I wondered where the dome came from.

Great idea. Guaranteed to fit!


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Posted 26 February 2019 - 04:52 PM

Hi Paul...if I had to guess I would  say China...does not mention on the box ...it's more a protective plasticy case to enable the  safe

 arrival of the Seed Starter/now converted to seed  cover..necessity is the.. :D  It's a snug fit.


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Posted 26 February 2019 - 11:27 PM

That is what I thought, Wiri.

Edited by PaulG, 26 February 2019 - 11:28 PM.

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Posted 27 February 2019 - 10:19 PM

Added these seeds to the Aero:

Aji Chuncho Cgn 22792
Cap 215 Microcarpum
Cap 503 Eximium
Cap 1144 Pretermissum
Cap 1530 Cardenasii (older seeds)
Cgn 21502 Eximium
Cgn 22795 Praetermissum
PI 631137 Tolito/Torolito/Chiltepin
Sonoran Chiltepin
Zualas Chitepiquin 

 

Will add a few non wilds & that should do it ... till next year. ;)


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Posted 27 February 2019 - 10:38 PM

Wow, more great stuff.

 

Will be fun comparing Chiltepin plants with you

this season. As for wilds, I'm going to start Goat's

Weed and c. chacoense var. exile  in Round Two.


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Posted 11 March 2019 - 12:03 AM

Update ..Day #18 in the AG..
There has been some +activity noted...few true leaves/radicles but as per growing Wilds in such a time frame I'm happy...so far..so good.
I removed the cover& did a lil poking around & added my final pepper seeds..

Seeds  from   2/20/19 status.....WP=waiting patiently

Cap 499 Wild Chacoense........WP
Cardenasii...............................radicle**found to not be true to form IOW ..seeds pube type../a  statement on another  thread gave me                                       t                                                                                                                                           food for thought.
Chacoense Most Prolific..........radicle                                                                                  
Cheltepin Cappuccino.............true leaves starting...   
Eximium CGN 24332...............radicle
Flexuosum.............................. radicle
Flexuosum Purple Flower....... WP
Galapagoense....................... true leaves starting .. winner..germ in 10 days
Lanceolateum.........................WP
Madre de Rios........................true leaves soon
PI 439528 Praetermissum......WP
Rocopica................................WP
Rocopica X Cardenasii F2..... true leaves soon
Tovarii....................................WP
Ulupica Giant Yellow...............Cotyledons
Ulupica XL Yellow F4..............Cotyedons
Wild unknown....................... WP

 

Seeds from 2/27/19

Aji Chuncho Cgn 22792......                WP
Cap 215 Microcarpum.........                WP
Cap 503 Eximium.................                WP
Cap 1144 Pretermissum.......               WP
Cap 1530 Cardenasii (older seeds).....WP...hope these germinate. :pray:
Cgn 21502 Eximium.............................WP
Cgn 22795 Praetermissum..................WP
PI 631137 Tolito/Torolito/Chiltepin........true leaves forming
Sonoran Chiltepin...............................WP
Zualas Chitepiquin..............................WP

 

Added 3/10/19 

 

Aji Guyana PI 199506
Cap1478   Cap Praetermissum
Beth Boyd SB (super flattened)
SB MOA
SB WHP
Scotch Brain
Sivuli   Pi 51188 (Tepin...Cap annuum var. glabriusculum)
Spezzano Thai
Stuffing SB
Tiger Teeth
White Thai
Wiriwiri Red

Mariwiri  Red

 

Will take photos when  more substantial growth will be evident.

Special thanks to GIP for sharing seeds with me & to Big Mike also...&  thanks to you for visiting  my Glog..will keep you posted/pixs too...Ciao. ;)

 

 


Edited by wiriwiri, 11 March 2019 - 03:40 PM.

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Posted 11 March 2019 - 12:34 AM

So many good things underway your every trip to the AG must be exciting!  Hopefully those notoriously slower ones decide sooner is better than later and my fingers are crossed for your Cap 1530!

 


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Posted 05 April 2019 - 01:08 PM

Well...been gone for a long  while due to unexpected/necessary travel far from the home front.

 

Sooo...unfortunately, my grow plans has been altered ..lost some of my wilds :mope: ...so will just "soldier on" with what's on hand

and be happy that I did not loose all  ...although they're in  need of some cheering up/TLC. ;)

 

 

 

 


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Posted 05 April 2019 - 01:31 PM

Sorry to hear that. As you say, at least you didn't lose them all. Maybe some you labeled WP will go ahead and germinate now if you keep them watered?
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Posted 05 April 2019 - 05:09 PM

Sorry to hear that. As you say, at least you didn't lose them all. Maybe some you labeled WP will gand keep you postedto ahead and germinate now if you keep them watered?

 

Time will tell.. 'thou it's getting  late early per Yogi....will get back up to speed and keep you posted.

Thanks for your kind comments., ;)
 


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Posted 05 April 2019 - 06:14 PM

Sorry about the loss, sometimes life just gets in the way of having fun.

 

Good luck this season!


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Posted 05 April 2019 - 09:01 PM

Sorry about the loss, sometimes life just gets in the way of having fun.

 

Good luck this season!

 

You said it well Scott..Thanks.


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Posted 06 April 2019 - 09:07 AM

Awe, to bad about the losses, glad you didnt lose them all.

Happy growing, some crazy weather out your way still I saw.

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Posted 07 April 2019 - 06:44 PM

What they said!

We can all relate, Sandy. At least I can!

 

I'm happy you have a grow to go forward with.

With your nurturing skills, the survivors will be

awesome, for sure!

 

Something good will come out of it all  :cool:

 

Oh yeah, welcome home  :welcome:


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Posted 10 April 2019 - 08:59 PM

Awe, to bad about the losses, glad you didnt lose them all.

Happy growing, some crazy weather out your way still I saw.

 

Thanks Dan...weather is a bit of everything ...it's between 30's-50's...slowly inching up..no hummingbird sightings 

yet.We look forward to those Ruby's each Spring...feeder in place. ;)


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Posted 10 April 2019 - 09:26 PM

What they said!

We can all relate, Sandy. At least I can!

 

I'm happy you have a grow to go forward with.

With your nurturing skills, the survivors will be

awesome, for sure!

 

Something good will come out of it all  :cool:

 

Oh yeah, welcome home  :welcome:

Thank you Paul..Not a total loss...but doing my best,I did put them in the NICU that being my specialty ;) 

and they have responded very well & now ready to move on to the Intermediate Unit..& bigger pots,then hopefully

in a few wks I should be able to transition them to outside AKA Regular Nursery Care. :P 

Hope your plants are doing great..will have to catch up ASAP.

 

 


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Posted 13 April 2019 - 09:13 AM

When do we get to see them?
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Posted 14 April 2019 - 05:46 PM

I will take photos when I finish potting them up ...been busy "potting" Chicken Pot Pie ;)  I posted a photo of that under "the pie thread.


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Posted 04 May 2019 - 07:33 PM

Well it's been a tad busy here & the uncooperative weather hasn't made my indoor plants real happy..actually
everything is behind but I have a few to save face...that being said the Woodlands plant I have around
just thrive in this moisture laden/sunless & cool environment..have quite a few under the trees around our property.
 
Ulupica La Paz  has just taken off indoors...was said to be Cardenasii,but we  know it takes 2 to tango so in 2018  when it
begun to pod up I knew I won't be dancing to any Bolivian music anytime soon...it's an Eximium..
 
 

..Copied photo of Cardi...oh ..I do so want  seeds, are impossible to get & they're usually not true...& that is a true statement.. strongly suggest isolating wild seeds that are to be shared,otherwise why bother eh? So that being said who has seeds? :rofl: 

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Capsicum cardenasii is a plant species in the genus Capsicum and the family Solanaceae. It is a diploid with 2n=2x=24. It is a member within the C. pubescens complex, a group of closely related Capsicum species. It is closely related to C. eximium. It is native to the Andes, and it can be found in Bolivia.[1] The native name is ulupica.[2]

 

Vegetative characteristics

Capsicum cardenasii, like most members of the Pubescens complex, is a perennial plant that develops woody stems. The plant can grow up 2–3 feet high with a width of 1-1.5 feet. The leaves are narrow, lanceolate and pubescent. Plants generally produce between 1 and 2 flowers at the internodes. The petioles grow erect and have campanulate, pendant flowers.%5B3%5D The corolla is white and purple colored.%5B2%5D The plant produces small, fleshy, red fruit. It is likely the wild ancestor of rocoto peppers.[4]
The plant requires a cool, freeze free environment and long growing season similar to its native environment in the Andes.[1]
Reproduction

After fertilization C. cardenasii develops small round red berries, sometimes referred to as chiltepins. The fruits contain a small number of seed. The fruit are pungent, near 30 000 SHU (Scoville Heat Units), making them quite spicy.
Capsicum cardenasii is self-incompatible, and exhibits unilateral incompatibility with species outside the pubescens clade.

My Ulupica La Paz below
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CAPPUCCINO CHELTEPIN..like most 'tepins will probably be a late bloomer.
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Edited by wiriwiri, 04 May 2019 - 08:22 PM.

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