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#1 CaneDog

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Posted 05 March 2019 - 10:51 PM

So, here's the new glog for the coming season.  With the indoor grow culled pretty hard now I can focus more on getting ready for what's ahead.  Hoping for a great year, but I’m already a bit behind - the germinators are packed right now and I've still got a round of annuum seeds waiting for their turn.  I guess it wouldn’t feel much like pepper growing though if everything were going perfect.

 

My focus was going to be rocotos with a side of bonnets and some other stuff, but I found I kept planting more and more wilds. Eventually I just kinda went all-in with them and they took on co-main event status. 

 

I’ll start things off with some pics of some of the earlier pube’s.  There’s not too many at this point. Unfortunately, the vast majority just went into germination.

 

First off, Costa Rica Red.  This is the CRR with flattened triangular pods.  I also have an OW CRR that’s a 3-4 lobed “boxy” variety.  I didn't get true seeds off this one last summer, so I have a few of these growing and crossing my fingers they grow true.

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Rocoto DeSeda.  These guys were from a bush I’d OW’d a few years in a row, but it didn’t make it through this winter

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Rocoto San Camillo

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Gelbe Reisen Variant.  These are from true seeds off a plant I’ve been growing for a few years that was supposed to be Gelbe Riesen, but the pods are more orange vs yellow, rounder/less boxy, and just a touch smaller. I don’t know if it’s a natural variation or it might have crossed with a Costa Rica Orange, but it's a great plant. I have a few of these started and am curious what comes of them.

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Giant Yellow Rocoto.  Suppose I should pinch that bud off.

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Recently hatched Gelbe Riesen sprouts (the parent plant has been a beast for me for a while now) and CAP 217 Hyper-Pube.

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That’s it for the rocotos for now.  Will try to post up some pics of the early wilds in a little bit. 

 

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Posted 05 March 2019 - 10:57 PM

I will be watching.. Go hawks .

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Posted 05 March 2019 - 11:50 PM

Whoops, and my lone aji largo...

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heck yes saiias - go 'hawks!


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Posted 05 March 2019 - 11:54 PM

Found you...in spite of your feeble attempts to hide in that forest of pubes... :rofl:


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 12:02 AM

Found you...in spite of your feeble attempts to hide in that forest of pubes... :rofl:

Lol.

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 12:42 AM

Found you...in spite of your feeble attempts to hide in that forest of pubes... :rofl:

:shocked: :sick: 

 

Oh man, I may come to regret certain choices for this glog...  :) 


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 12:53 AM

Think I'll post these a few at a time rather than in one big picture dump.

 

First, an update on the tovarii, seeds courtesy of cmpman1974's gratis giveaway - muchas!

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Recent germination of Cardenasii CGN left me with a breeding pair

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&

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And I've been holding out hope, and got lucky just the other day with a second Cardenasii PI, so if I play my cards right (like that one iFish?) I'll be able to breed these guys out as well.

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and for Walchit, who saw the spider and not just the Starship Enterprise (http://thehotpepper....1819/?p=1616806), purple flex:

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Edited by CaneDog, 06 March 2019 - 12:55 AM.

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 12:58 AM

Great looking plants. Sending positive vibes your way for a good season!

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 01:00 AM

And finally, for now, I had only 1 Flex PI come up, so, after waiting not very patiently for not long enough, I dropped another 5 seeds to be sure I'd have a backup and hopefully quickly.  And what happens, all 5 pop plus a strangler from the first seeds so now I have 7.  And I'm just not good at culling plants.

 

Can't quite see #5 in there.

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With a cool little tri-cot in the mix...

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 04:47 AM

Some really hairy seedlings you have there! Nice.

 

Growing pubes for the first time this year, so I will be following.

Great pic , the last one.


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 09:34 AM

Nice Pubescens.. Only waiting on the one MBR now, the rest are all up and doing well, albeit a bit leggy.
How old are those Tovarii? Nice woody look to them!



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Posted 06 March 2019 - 10:22 AM

Bristly!  Tell us about your soil mix?


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 01:41 PM

Great looking plants. Sending positive vibes your way for a good season!

Thanks Edmick.I'll send those positive vibes right back at'cha, except for your SLC Reds which I'm still kinda hoping you drop on their heads :evil:

 

Some really hairy seedlings you have there! Nice.

 

Growing pubes for the first time this year, so I will be following.

Great pic , the last one.

Been enjoying watching that Karoo, your weather won't make it simple with those guys, but I'm sure your skills will overcome.

 

Nice Pubescens.. Only waiting on the one MBR now, the rest are all up and doing well, albeit a bit leggy.
How old are those Tovarii? Nice woody look to them!

I thought I saw in the SUYP thread that was up already - just waiting on another?  Tovarii are 10 weeks since hook, 16 weeks from planting.  They woody up quick!

 

Bristly!  Tell us about your soil mix?

 

Hey Uncle E.  It's basically this (varies a bit from time-to-time based on available ingredients or how lazy I feel when I'm mixing it up), just without any top mulch yet - http://thehotpepper....1819/?p=1603878


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 01:58 PM

A few more in the mix

 

Rhomboideum

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Eximium (CAP1491)

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And a couple Praetermissum, which have seemed the least happy of the group with the conditions provided at Chez CaneDog, especially the 1141.

 

CAP1478

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& CAP1141

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Edited by CaneDog, 06 March 2019 - 01:59 PM.

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 02:51 PM

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Captain meme strikes again!

 

And finally, for now, I had only 1 Flex PI come up, so, after waiting not very patiently for not long enough, I dropped another 5 seeds to be sure I'd have a backup and hopefully quickly.  And what happens, all 5 pop plus a strangler from the first seeds so now I have 7.  And I'm just not good at culling plants.

:rofl: :rofl: ​ Man, when will we ever learn? The seeds know this, and just yank our chains.


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 02:52 PM

Thanks Edmick.I'll send those positive vibes right back at'cha, except for your SLC Reds which I'm still kinda hoping you drop on their heads :evil:

 

Been enjoying watching that Karoo, your weather won't make it simple with those guys, but I'm sure your skills will overcome.

 

I thought I saw in the SUYP thread that was up already - just waiting on another?  Tovarii are 10 weeks since hook, 16 weeks from planting.  They woody up quick!

 

 

Hey Uncle E.  It's basically this (varies a bit from time-to-time based on available ingredients or how lazy I feel when I'm mixing it up), just without any top mulch yet - http://thehotpepper....1819/?p=1603878

I dropped 3 of them and 2 came up with authority, the last is also the last of the ones I dropped.. All the rest I put in are up and going! 

 



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Posted 06 March 2019 - 09:18 PM

 Great to see the progress with all your plants/seedlings CD...so lovely to see the Wilds growing up ...you're off &  running.

 

That Eximium (CAP1491) is so pretty...anyone who grows   wilds  can appreciate  your accomplishments..Fantastique.

 

 

 

 

 


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Posted 06 March 2019 - 09:38 PM

The color and texture of that foliage though...

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Posted 07 March 2019 - 01:28 AM

 Great to see the progress with all your plants/seedlings CD...so lovely to see the Wilds growing up ...you're off &  running.

 

That Eximium (CAP1491) is so pretty...anyone who grows   wilds  can appreciate  your accomplishments..Fantastique.

 

Thanks ww and glad to have you visit. Really looking forward your grow this season - will be particularly interesting to see how your rocopica and ulupico varieties develop.  Glad to hear seeds have started to pop already! 

 

The color and texture of that foliage though...

Yeah man!  I'm a big fan of foliage color/texture myself.  There's a couple/few glogs out now that are really centered around awesome foliage varieties. Gotta remain nameless so as not to leave out other awesome glogs - but you guys know who you are!


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Posted 07 March 2019 - 01:41 AM

OK, so this is the last post to catch up on the existing titular varieties, but there's a couple more wilds I hope will be along soon and a slew of rocotos.  All these guys below germinated at 100%, as did many above (or at least close to), so before long I may end up down at the park next to the kids with the box of kittens trying to hand out a free pepper plant with each one.

 

Lanceolatum - Amazing how far these guys have come since being dwarfed by a mini battery less than two months ago.  And they must have been doing their pull-ups because lats-for-days!

http://thehotpepper....1819/?p=1607623

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SLP's Galapogoense L

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Ayuyo - IDK, is this technically a wild?  An interesting one either way.

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