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Guitarman

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#1586861 Recommend me a pepper sorted by color!

Posted by Guitarman on 12 October 2018 - 01:18 PM

I'll list some, with no special regards ti heat level.

Red: Moruga Scorpion, 7 Pot Primo, Bih Jolokia, Aleppo, Jalapeno, Shishito.

Brown: Douglah, BBM, Chocolate Brain Strain, Jamaican Hot Chocolate, Chocolate Bhut Jolokia.

Yellow: Yellow Brainstrain ànd Moruga, Fatalii, Aji Jobito.

Peach: Bhut Jolokia Peach, Aji Melocoton, Peach Congo.

Orange: Sherwood's Carbonero, Freeport Scotch Bonnet, Bulgarian Carrot.

Mustard: BMM

Caramel: Bhut Jolokia Caramel


#1580451 Hottest, most oily, gnarly RED Superhot

Posted by Guitarman on 07 September 2018 - 12:19 PM

Hi guys!

 

I've almost completed my wishlist for next year, I'll have my Morugas, BBM, Brainstrains as well as some Bonnets and a few mild Annuums.

 

I'm looking for the final piece, a plant or two that I'll grow just for fun: I'm usually reluctant to unstable hybrids, but for this one I'm ready to take some risks.

 

I've already grown reapers, Apocalypse, BTR and many others but I was thinking about some Chad Soleski's creations like:

 

  • BHUTLAH SCORPION
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  • BHUTLAH BUBBLEGUM
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  • MRM x 7 POT BROWN
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  • WRECKING BALL x 7 POT BROWN
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  • DEATH SPIRAL (this is from Jim Duffy)

 

As I stated in the topic I'm looking for the hottest, most painful, oily that comes to your mind!

 

What do you guys think?

 

I'd like to hear your experiences with these strains (pics are always welcome ;) ...) and your advices and suggestions.

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Roberto




#1578584 What are you adding to next years grow?

Posted by Guitarman on 29 August 2018 - 08:32 AM

Next year, I want to try garlic again. In containers. The last two trys it rotted before it was harvest time.

NuMex Sauve Orange. Not new, but will grow MORE. I'm in love with it's great flavor and mild heat.

A proper Aleppo. If anyone can point me toward a source for isolated, authentic seed, I would really appreciate it.

Whatever I do end up growing next year will be in containers in a growing enclosure here at the house. I am done with the floods & weeds of the community gardens.


I've grown Aleppo from Jim Duffy at Refining Fire Chiles and Neil Smith (hippyseedcompany): Both excellent,both the real deal.


#1578580 What are you adding to next years grow?

Posted by Guitarman on 29 August 2018 - 07:56 AM

Nice list!! Got a few of those in common with you next year...


Great! :) I've decided to give up on new, unstable crosses and stick on some classics. Can't have a list without Morugas or Ghosts


#1578381 Fake Pepper X seeds missing

Posted by Guitarman on 28 August 2018 - 12:54 PM

I've lost the number of times that he changed the story.
Honestly I could not care less about what comes out of that company and his owner.

A lot more serious people to deal with in this business.


#1577976 What are you adding to next years grow?

Posted by Guitarman on 27 August 2018 - 03:30 AM

Got my list already, going to start in november.

Chocolate Lava
Moruga Red
Moruga Chocolate
Moruga Yellow
BBM
7 Pot Yellow
7 Pot Burgundy
7 Pot Brown
Jay's Red
Orange Bhut Jolokia
TFM Scotch Bonnet
Carbonero
Aleppo
Kashmiri Mirch
Berberè Coffee Brown
Zapotec Jalapeno
Shishito
Sugar Rush Peach


#1576053 Pepperlover NAR: what is this?

Posted by Guitarman on 17 August 2018 - 05:47 PM

So elusive and cant find any information about this One:

https://www.pepperlo...2018/nar-detail


#1571086 Next Season

Posted by Guitarman on 26 July 2018 - 01:10 PM

C.Chinense with low to no heat: Grenada Seasoning, Frontera Sweet, Aji Jobito, Datil Sweet, Trinidad Perfume, NuMex Suave, Manabi Sweet, Tobago Seasoning.


#1570531 Native American cultivars by Jim Duffy

Posted by Guitarman on 23 July 2018 - 01:54 PM

Hi guys, in these past few days Jim Duffy of Refining Fire Chiles has announced the future release (I don't remember if it will be end of July or September) of 28 Native American chile varieties he collected from various sources.

I think they'll be mainly Annuums from the New Mexico and Mexico region.

Brad Bishop is doing a series reviewing all these



I think it's really interesting and also important for the community, as it's a way to preserve the oldest chile varieties from becoming extinct and wanted to share it with you!

Cheers!

Roberto


#1570003 Carolina Reaper Has the Record Again?

Posted by Guitarman on 21 July 2018 - 09:02 AM

Main differences between the Primo and Reaper, afaict...
-Primo is actually stable
-The person who developed the Primo honestly divulged its origins
-no douche bags benefit from the sale of a 7Primo.

 

Exactly, Troy Primeaux is an awesome guy, he's always clear on what he does and respects his customers.
For example, he would never claim to have a 3.18 mill SHU pepper just to sell a 25$ sauce...

Troy Primeaux is the owner of Primos Peppers. So he is actually benefiting and profiting from the primo.


Every vendor has Primo seeds. Although, I highly recommend Primospeppers.


#1569713 Carolina Reaper Has the Record Again?

Posted by Guitarman on 20 July 2018 - 06:41 AM

1. Moruga Scorpion is still the hottest, tested by the most reliable scientific organisation in Capsicum studies, the CPI, at over 2mill and 1,2 mill average.

2. I don't give a d**n about what guinness says.

3. It's a Primo

4. Wasn't it supposed to be a "Pakistani Naga" cross? And people still believe all the BS he's feeding them


#1568999 TSMB original

Posted by Guitarman on 18 July 2018 - 06:48 AM

https://thehippyseed...-morouga-blend/


#1567423 Easy / Popular crossing

Posted by Guitarman on 12 July 2018 - 08:42 AM




#1563546 Your favorite pepper variety

Posted by Guitarman on 28 June 2018 - 06:38 AM

Give me a mild, a hot one and a superhot: I'd say Aleppo, Fatalii and a toss up between the Moruga Scorpion and the Bhut Jolokia.
Reasons? Flavor, beauty of the plant, productivity, fairly easy to grow, stability.


#1558692 Yellow Scotch Bonnets

Posted by Guitarman on 08 June 2018 - 05:50 PM


Debunking the debate on the Semillas' TFM, I talked to Mr.Allen Boatman, who supplied Dr.Merle with the seeds.
Those were two different types:

TFM: Trenton Farmers Market

TJSB: True Jamaican Scotch Bonnet (true form)

I don't know if they got crossed, mislabeled or what, but Allen told me thate the ones on Semillas site resemble more the TJSB.

Edit: Peter told me he is working to have Trenton Farmers Market on sale as well