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#1 J.H.Skarby

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Posted 26 June 2019 - 03:28 PM

It's my first time doing this, so please correct my mistakes and.. Be gentle.. :)

I started some of the seeds in late 2018 going through to febuary 2019.
Due to harsh weather conditions my plants has only been placed outside recently on a permanent basis.
There is a lot of wind where I live, and in this country the temps have been going up and down - much like how the wind blows..

Some plants have been severely set back by these conditions.
I expect nothing special of my plants - with a few exceptions where som plants have been producing flowers and pods for a while now.

I grow Peppers etc in soil but am using coco coir during the winters, occassionally. Im experimenting with fabric pots to see if they work any better than plastic and to test their durability. I bought them from china in a 3 gal size which is approximately 10 litres for us Europeans.
This year the grow is expanded with common kratky systems made of styrofoam.

My grow list looks like this :

Aji Limo
Aji Pineapple
Black Scorpion Tongue
BOC
Bolsa de Dulce
Bonda Ma Jacques
Brazilian Moruga
California Reaper (Reaper x JPGS)
Caramel BBG7
Caramel TSMB - this one dates back to 2017
Carbonero
Cayenne
CGN 21500
CGN 21566
Chocolate Reaper
Chocolate SB x?
CP 115
Douglah x Chocolate Butch T Scorpion
-El Scorponero? Was labelled as Peach Scorpanero - but I suppose it was mislabelled after reading on this forum.
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Fidalgo Roxa x Grao de Bode
Peach Reaper x? Dark strain
Peach TSMB
Pimenta da Neyde
Rocoto Cristobal Colombo
White Fatalii
Wild Brazil
XXL Longhorn SLP

I also have a huge Wildtomato Small Egg, some herbs, Cabbage and Strawberry plants.

Aji Pineapple has produced peppers for me throughout the winter this year, so Im happy about it.
XXL Longhorn SLP is producing, along my Cayenne, Cabai Burung Ungu and Bolsa de Dulce.

So far my Carbonero produced 2 ripe pods and it's putting out more buds atm. A very nice Pepper!

BMJ has produced 1 pod which is a Carbonero cross.

Here is a few photos. Keep in mind that my outdoor setup still is a work in progress ;)

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Posted 26 June 2019 - 07:35 PM

Looks great, J. H!
You have a nice yard.

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Posted 27 June 2019 - 01:42 AM

Thank you Paul! :)

Looks great, J. H!
You have a nice yard.



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Posted 27 June 2019 - 08:01 AM

Good luck 👍

#5 J.H.Skarby

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Posted 27 June 2019 - 10:39 AM

Thank you Trident! :)

Good luck 👍



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Posted 27 June 2019 - 11:02 AM

Continued success  with your plants..they look great..seems like a really nice place to grow. ;)


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Posted 27 June 2019 - 12:19 PM

Looking really good Jannick, and awesome grow list! Nice to see so many fellow Danish growers on these forums! :dance:

Hope the summer is treating you well too!

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Posted 27 June 2019 - 12:51 PM

Nice to see so many fellow Danish growers on these forums!
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I have to say I am impressed by the grow spaces
I have seen in the Scandinavia grows.
You guys do it right!

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Posted 02 July 2019 - 01:05 PM

Thanks Paul, just trying to learn from the best I suppose! That, plus having to give the plants the best shot in the crazy climate that's not quite pepper friendly.. But then again, no need to tell you that, as you have refined how one should grow in short seasons to perfection!

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Posted 02 July 2019 - 02:18 PM

Thanks a lot Les! :)
Been trying Hard to find some great stuff to grow.. Sometimes a bit too hard :D
Oh, so you're Danish too? Which part of the country do you come from?
It's been nice for me personally but for the plants? Not so much :/
Hope yours are doing better than mine are!

Looking really good Jannick, and awesome grow list! Nice to see so many fellow Danish growers on these forums! :dance:

Hope the summer is treating you well too!

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Posted 02 July 2019 - 04:16 PM

A little update on my grow.
It's great to have an ongoing project. These days it looks as if it would be coming together nicely.
One problem though.. The winds are beating up my plants really bad these days. :(
Honestly I don't expect much of a harvest from any of my plants after the setbacks encountered already.
Most plants are losing foliage and flowers rapidly..

Enough whine from my end..
Heres a couple o' photos! The last one is with what I believe to be a Scorponero - peach version :D

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Posted 20 August 2019 - 09:33 AM

Alright guys!

It's been a rough couple of months.
Sadly, a close relative passed away and We've been so busy.

Things are working out nicely with the peppers and tomatoes though!
The weather took it's toll on all the plants outside but they sure bounced back like champions. It's amazing to see how nature is designed to cope with all kinds of weather conditions :D

Not so long ago my plants that were inside the house had a nasty aphid Attack. So, now they are all outside.

At first I'll show you my Caramel TSMB
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Seems the aphids are gone from this one!
It desperately needs a new pot or at least some fresh soil.. It produced more fruits last season so I guess it needs a heavy trimming for the winter?

Next, I would like to take you to our cozy corner. Tallest plant here is a Small Egg tomato, but we can see Bolsa de Dulce in the back trying to keep up.
This pepper is not only tall it's also one of my best producers this season. 2nd wave of peppers are about to ripen up now
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Im so happy about the BOC as well! Its producing!!! Yeah! :D
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Quadrato D'asti Giallo is yet another Pepper to surprise me this year. It was looking dead for a long time but here it is with big fruits on it!
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My biggest surprise is my Pimenta da Neyde. This one is not taking no for an answer!
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Carbonero is still a favorite of the season. It produced two huge pods early and now its litterally a sea of buds. A definite keeper for the coming season.
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Next up is Rocoto Cristobal Colombo. Wow.. I've never had a Rocoto pod before. These are so extremely juicy and sweet that even my wife wants them next year. It's putting out wave 2 of pods atm
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I have to stop for today but here is an overview of most plants :-) IMG_20190820_154126.jpg

Catch you on the flip side!

Edited by J.H.Skarby, 20 August 2019 - 09:34 AM.


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Posted 20 August 2019 - 09:46 AM

Ser godt ut!

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Posted 20 August 2019 - 12:37 PM

Ser godt ut!


Thank you, Caranx :D

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Posted 22 August 2019 - 04:56 AM

Quick update.

Here is my BMJ. It has a couple of pods growing on it atm but you can easily tell this pepper is not really made for open areas in Denmark :O
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Looked at my CP 115 plant and found several pods on it. This one is by far the coolest one yet
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And Wild Brazil is doing great too!
A ton of flowers all over the place - hopefully we will see some of those famous pods soon :)
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That's all for now ;-)




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