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In Topic: the need for feed

Today, 12:53 PM

It wouldn't hurt to spray them with Neem anyway. An ounce of prevention and all that.

In Topic: the need for feed

Today, 11:58 AM


There is no extra or different nutrients between indoor and outdoor growing. so if your plants are doing good outside then keep up with that fertilization.



This. Also keep in mind that the pots will take longer to dry out indoors during the winter than they did outdoors during the growing season. So it is much easier to accidentally overwater them, which can lead to root rot, fungus gnat infestations, and other problems that you don't want.


Also, I would recommend replacing the growing medium entirely and spraying the plants down with Neem or something before bringing them indoors, to help prevent bringing pests inside. Pest infestations on indoor plants can spread quickly due to the lack of natural predators to help control them.

In Topic: Overwintering, doing it wrong...

13 October 2018 - 07:40 PM

How many years can a pepper plant live?


Different varieties may vary on this, I don't know, but well over a decade seems to be possible in some cases: http://thehotpepper....pper-plant-get/

In Topic: Overwintering, doing it wrong...

13 October 2018 - 07:27 PM

What is the benefit to overwintering instead of just saving seeds and starting fresh each year?


It gives you a head start. Come spring, the overwinters are mature plants already, while the new starts are still seedlings. Also if you have a particularly good plant, maybe you want to keep that plant going.

In Topic: Last Dab Reduxx sauce

13 October 2018 - 07:00 PM

Yeah, like Walchit said Da Bomb seems to hurt people on the show more than the last two sauces do. But I hear a lot of people complain about the taste of Da Bomb. Hot sauce should add good flavor as well as heat to your food. Otherwise, why not just go straight for the 13 M Pure Evil? That stuff is far hotter than any sauce or superhot powder.