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#481 lespaulde

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Posted 13 August 2019 - 12:11 PM

That B. O. C. is killing it CD, you're in for a treat in about a month or so! Awesome stuff as always, plants should give you at least one nice haul each this season

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Posted 14 August 2019 - 04:51 PM

That B. O. C. is killing it CD, you're in for a treat in about a month or so! Awesome stuff as always, plants should give you at least one nice haul each this season

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Thanks LP.  Super happy to see how well the BOC does in the PNW climate and looking forward to that nice haul.  Was psyched about these to begin with, but after seeing yours this has to happen!  Barring disaster things are looking good!


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Posted 15 August 2019 - 07:26 PM

Bonchi Bubble Gum Red is ripening.

 

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Posted 16 August 2019 - 08:24 AM

Bonchi Bubble Gum Red is ripening.

 

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wow, nice plant.   look at those roots. :shocked:



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Posted 16 August 2019 - 09:26 AM

Bonchi Bubble Gum Red is ripening.
 
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That’s a beautiful pepper plant!


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Posted 17 August 2019 - 08:22 PM

Thanks.  I got lucky with this one and it's just kind of done it all on it's own.  When I bonchi'd it it pretty much had the roots showing already and it's been really cooperative. My only wish would be bigger pods.  They're certainly hot enough!


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Posted 17 August 2019 - 09:07 PM

I’m going to try a bonchi with a sugar rush peach if I can get it to grow, time will tell.


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Posted 17 August 2019 - 11:55 PM

I’m going to try a bonchi with a sugar rush peach if I can get it to grow, time will tell.

 

That could be really cool!  I've never bonchi'd a baccatum before.


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Posted Yesterday, 01:01 PM

Just a few Sunday morning pics while I was out gluing some buds this morning. I've had such bad luck with the organza bags for isolating pollination this season that I decide to just glue a bunch this morning instead. They've certainly been hit and miss for me before, but this season they're flat out killing almost everything that goes into them.  Just terrible performance.

 

Blue Mystery setting

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Blue Mystery flower

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Tovarii are still dropping tons of pollen - among only a few varieties that are dropping heavy.

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Despite probably 3 weeks of heavy pollen production, only a handful of pods have set so far. Hoping things pick up soon.

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I've had a harder time setting crosses too, despite it starting out reasonably easy/normal early season. Hoping this CAP1491 x USDA Card takes. The CAP1491 is also producing tons of pollen and is a very effective male for pube crosses.  Unfortunately, It's not one of the varieties I'm most focused on for crosses.

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Tekne Dolmasi x Jalapeno Zapotec seems to be coming along just fine.

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Posted Yesterday, 01:40 PM

That blue mystery pod photo is very cool, reminds me of hi res electron microscopy shots. Intriguing variety, praetermissum?

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Posted Yesterday, 01:48 PM

I haven't be active for a little month, but its great to catch up on your glog!

Very excited to follow the results of your new crosses, and to see the wilds grow ... wild I guess :P  

The Yaki Blue looks great as well. And holy crap those BOC are crazy prolific! 



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Posted Yesterday, 02:15 PM

That blue mystery pod photo is very cool, reminds me of hi res electron microscopy shots. Intriguing variety, praetermissum?

 

Thanks Gnar. It's generally assumed to be an interspecific hybrid with characteristics of a baccatum, annuum, and praetermissum. Not an intentional cross though as I understand it, hence the "mystery."  The flowers definitely have a strong praetermissum vibe.


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Posted Yesterday, 02:22 PM

I haven't be active for a little month, but its great to catch up on your glog!

Very excited to follow the results of your new crosses, and to see the wilds grow ... wild I guess :P  

The Yaki Blue looks great as well. And holy crap those BOC are crazy prolific! 

 

Hey MF!  I'm guessing it's been a busy time for you recently - actually for quite a while now I bet.  Hope all is good and thanks for checking in.  Things are going well, though this season's brought some challenges too.  After watching you and LPDE with the BOC's and my initial bad luck indoors, I'm super happy to see it performing now that it's outdoors.  If those pods ripen up without issue I should have plenty for a ferment and/or a decent run of puree.  Just waiting for that first hint of orange :)


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Posted Yesterday, 09:41 PM

Bad luck indoors... Lol. I feel like I set the bar. Of course, I HAVE NO INDOOR.

Just keeping it real my friend.

And this is just me requesting this apparently, but accidentally picture one of your fingers/wrists in a photo or four...

Just so we know it's "you" 🙂

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Posted Yesterday, 11:06 PM

Hey JJ.  The BOC is a long story and has been the oddest plant for me.  I started it late summer last year as part of my off-season indoor grow http://thehotpepper....n-201819/page-1 and it just stunk it up hard.  No matter what I did I could not get it to grow well or produce.  I did all I could think of, cut it back a couple times because it looked so sad, and ended up almost tossing it.  It didn't help either that a couple other THP'ers who shall remain nameless were growing the heck out of theirs :)  I really wanted some BOC pods so I ended up keeping it around until the weather was good enough to put it outside.

 

So it looked pretty bad when it went out and it's just been sitting in a raised bed through one of the coolest gloomiest springs in quite a while (and this is Seattle we're talking about), but the plant has taken off.  There's a lot to be said about natural conditions I guess because I just simply could not make it happen indoors! Anyway, I'm pretty psyched.

 

Haha I totally stuck my thumb in a couple shots screwing around with my phone trying to get shots at the community garden the other day.  Had no idea I'd done it and it cracked me up when I was reviewing the pics. I never expect to see the clumsy thumb make an appearance, but it seems to find a way!


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