1st place Passionfruit/Pear Jelly @ the State Fair
2nd place Cherry Jelly @ the State Fair
4th place Hot Pepper Jelly @ the State Fair
In no particular order;
Rocopica - Eximium cross
Ecuadorian sweet Rocoto
Peru Bitdumi Rocoto
Long yellow Rocoto (Sausage Pube :lol: )
7 Pot Primo (!?-384-?!)
sweet Moruga Bonnet
Trinidad Cherry Yellow
Aji Dulce round
Peach Trini Scorp
Jobito x BBG7 (Yellow W/ bleeding calyx)
Aji Fantasy Yellow
Sugar Rush Cream Round
Serrano x Bulgarian carrot
Hatch (Minnesnowtaheim? :lol: )
Black Pearl x Cumari do Para
NHU (Heirloom Korean pepper)
Fruxim (frutescence x eximium)
Frutegum mojo (frutescence x MOJO-BBG7 )
JRGS x BBG7 elongated
Trinidad Perfume x Trinidad Seasoning
Pimenta Puma x Reaper
Large BBG7 x (PdNxBhut RED)
Aji Dulce Sol
Chili de Onza Amarillo
Dedo de Moca
Aji Dulce #1
and more to be added still
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So many seeds!
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Aji de Sazonar
Brazilian Starfish yellow
PI 590503 (C. Pubescens)
Pimento Seasoning (Yellow)
Rocopica (Rocoto/Ulupica cross)
St. Lucia Seasoning
PI 585273 Montufar
Inca Red Drop x Aji Amarillo
Lemon Drop x Aji White Fantasy
7 pot Bubblegum cluster
Awesome update, but I've gotta ask, how (if at all) are you containing them indoors?
there is no way she would let me do this "indoors"
my overwinters are in the back of the Garage is has natural gas heating in the shop in the back.
the back half is separated from the front, it used to be a woodshop and i've divided the shop with pandaplastic using up only half of that space and creating a much smaller "room" to have to heat up for the plants.
sadly the ladybugs eventually die when they have no aphids left to eat and need to be swept up
simple enough to do in an enclosed space with a concrete floor. (i could also see them working very well in a growtent or even a small greenhouse)
I still prefer this method to stronger insecticides. I got most of them with the azamax before bringing the plants in.
Aphids are pretty difficult to completely eliminate naturally indoors, though the ladybugs were very efficient in this closed space last year.
I even found some ladybug eggs and ladybug larvae on my plants not long after i unleashed them on the aphids last year
i'm hoping that these ladybugs, a $16 investment into getting rid of the aphids will be worth it.
my wife is very nice at letting me just do my thing when it comes to my pepper hobby/obsession
she even tries to get involved, though i know she doesn't care about all the different kinds like i do
but, i'm pretty sure she would be very unhappy if i let 3,000 ladybugs go in the house. LMAO