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Trident chilli

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#1547633 Pepper People are the Best

Posted by Trident chilli on Yesterday, 02:55 AM

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I want to send a BIG Thank You to two of my buddies, on the other side of the pond, Superhot Sim and Trident Chili!!! I got a nice combo care package in the mail today! Smoked pepper flakes, sauces, and Stickman's (recipe) for Gochu ketchup! Looking forward to getting into this stuff, guys!

Thank you both, very much!
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Credit has to go to Simmy for organising your chilli welfare pack ... glad it arrived safely ... enjoy


#1547632 Steve Foster (Scotch Bonnet Steve) Yellow SB

Posted by Trident chilli on Yesterday, 02:50 AM

Paul thanks for sharing ... really interesting to read "chilli history" and put a face to a picture... you must have had some great times together ... rogues you truely were. Beth's Foodarama SB chilli still grown in both red and yellow variations but unbelievable to read that the original seed originated way back in 2006

Fingers crossed for the SBS


#1547628 Hi there..

Posted by Trident chilli on Yesterday, 02:32 AM

Hello and welcome from Hampshire... I am guessing that you have had your plants in an environment with artificial light such as a grow tent. Bringing your plants out to harden off they are subjected to direct sun light and the leaves have a silvery appearance... the leaves may fall in time but the plant will survive... a bit of shade will help


#1545819 UK Grow Log

Posted by Trident chilli on 16 April 2018 - 09:29 AM

Nice little set up and what is pleasing to see is your right on top of your housekeeping keeping the environment nice and clean

18 on 6 off is right for seedlings but you could now relax to a 12 on 12 off lighting regime as you intend to put them on a south facing window sill. CFL is enough to get them going. Have you a fan to circulate the air if not a simple desk fan which plugs into an iPhone plug works well

Soil concerns me it looks very heavy and dry. A good hydroponic soil such as BioBizz Light or All Mix is light and fluffy which easily drains at £12.50 for 50ltrs it's the best investment you can make ensuring you get a good crop. Is your soil John Innes No 2. What nutrients are you using you should be concentrating on building up the roots, next time you pot on bring the level of the soil right up to the base of the lower set of leaves. Hidden stem will then produce roots giving you a stronger plant

Your Jonah is going great guns .... very healthy

All the very best for a fruitful season


#1545571 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 10:55 AM

Last lot potted still plenty to go .....

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#1545570 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 10:53 AM

All is looking GREAT John ! Congrats on your retirement , 7 yrs. left for me , then ite Tennessee bound ,    :party:


Thanks Frank I am sure those seven years will fly by


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#1545569 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 10:52 AM

Looking fantastic, my friend! I hope everything produces beyond your expectations. I can't wait to see how that SB7J grows for you. Congratulations on the retirement and that's one pretty dog!


Cheers Adam the SB7J is a nice healthy plant and if I can reproduce some of those pods you had last season I will be pleased


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#1545568 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 10:50 AM

+1 on what Scott says (except the part of counting the days, at least for me)! Congrats!


Thanks just finished potting up with my favourite Italian brew ... this photograph is for you ... it's a 660ml bottle

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#1545567 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 10:47 AM

Stellar looking plants John!
 
I'm looking forward to seeing their progress.
 
And much congrats on the retirement! So both of you get to retire at the same time? I'm sure it will be great not to care what day of the week it is.
Mine's not that close, but also not so far off, and, you can surely bet I'm counting the days. ;) 


Thanks Devv ... yes we will both retire together I could have gone two years ago but she was only six and would have been re-handled .. I have had her since a year old it's going to take her a while to adjust to not getting up at 05.15 all the time as she does now


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#1545501 Steve Foster (Scotch Bonnet Steve) Yellow SB

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 02:36 AM

Hey Mate did you have any luck getting hold of some of Steves SBS Scotch Bonnet Yellow seeds? Just stumbled across your post and havent been too active on here for a while.
I had a look thru my SBS seed collection that he sent me and have 3 seeds sitting there. Your most welcome to them specially if its for a growout to keep his varieties going.
The Man was a bloody legend and will always remember him, his rockin varieties and Area 51  :cool:
 
Micca


Micca ... Smoke from C2C chilli forum sent me some seed but they were old, unviable and failed to germinate. I would be truly grateful if I could have the seeds as it would be a shame to let his SB variety disappear. Will send you a PM


#1545500 Brochachos Hot Sauce

Posted by Trident chilli on 15 April 2018 - 02:26 AM

Hello and welcome from the UK


#1545364 Advice for a noob for an indoor grow

Posted by Trident chilli on 14 April 2018 - 03:08 PM

Coco coir is not for beginners imo. Stick with good indoor potting soil and fish ferts.

Keep it simple for the first time go.


Agree with Mash ... a good hydroponic soil such as the Dutch BioBizz or House and Garden Van De Zwaan if available is as good as any medium for a beginner... soil has a balanced ph so there is no need to add anything other than water

BioBizz Light has enough ferts for seedlings/young plants ... BioBizz All Mix has enough ferts till flowering... personally I use potash (magnesium sulphate) once the flowers show till fruiting

All the best


#1545350 Tridents - Fifth Season Bonnets/Hybrids 2018

Posted by Trident chilli on 14 April 2018 - 02:07 PM

30 shifts left ... not that I am counting ... then I retire ... my working dog has been has been signed off as "old and worn out" which is about right for her age ... specialist search dogs have a working life of between 8-9 years so she is looking forward to the settee ...

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then there will be plenty of time for me to concentrate on my grow and watch the World Cup ... here is a quick catch up

D3's Community Grow

El Scorp Orange
Omni-Bonnet
Pale Goat

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St Lucia's trilogy

Rodney Bay SB
Gros Islet SB
Castries SB

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#1545345 D3monic's Crossing Project/Community Grow

Posted by Trident chilli on 14 April 2018 - 01:49 PM

El Scorp Orange two true plants almost exactly the same in growth

Omni - Bonnet as you can see massive difference one compact and the other growing normally... will take advice Jon on what I should do with the more compact plant ... does it need to be trimmed or left alone. I think I read earlier that this compact growth has been evidenced before

Pale Goat ... looking forward to this variety

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As you can see growth of this Omni- Bonnet is compact

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#1544029 Bhuter's 2018 Glog

Posted by Trident chilli on 09 April 2018 - 02:37 PM

All the best Adam for this season... nice list