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#1556167 Mad Hatter x Golden Cayenne

Posted by PepperDaemon on 27 May 2018 - 07:57 PM

This growing season I'm going to start crossing some of my peppers. I did enough reading on the forum and elsewhere to begin to get the hang of the rules/laws of pepper crossing. If I am understanding correctly, within a range (no two cross are ever the same?), it's fairly easy to predict at least some of the results that will express themselves in an F1 plant - because dominant genes always express themselves over recessive genes in the first generation. The problem is, other than knowing that the color 'red' is a dominant gene, I don't know any other 'dominant genes/traits' in peppers.


Can someone predict with a reasonable degree of accuracy what I'll end up with in the F1 generation if I cross the Mad Hatter (itself an F1 cross) with the Golden Cayenne? I know that since the Mad Hatter is an F1 already, the results can be unpredictable, because recessive genes will show themselves, but let's just pretend that the Mad Hatter is a stable F6 pepper.


Is there a list of normally dominant pepper traits available somewhere so I can make my own predictions?


I have plenty more plant genetics questions but these two questions would help me form a foundation for greater possible understanding. My ultimate goal is to grow Pepper Daemons embedded within the pepper pods of a massively evolved pepper plant that glows with bioluminescent radiance at night. I may have to splice jellyfish genes into the pepper genes to achieve the bioluminosity, but I'll worry about that when it comes time.


Tenk u. i PepperDaemon.

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#1556129 Show us your Plant Out 2018 Photos

Posted by PepperDaemon on 27 May 2018 - 03:29 PM

I'm not sure if this is technically a 'plant out' or not. I wish I was growing the number of peppers most of you are. Unfortunately, mine have to go in containers right now. I am trying to attract Pepper Daemons.





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#1555948 Whats going on here?

Posted by PepperDaemon on 26 May 2018 - 09:58 PM

Judging from your last pic, i think i see evidence that your problem is probably werewolves.

#1555946 Smol and kute...

Posted by PepperDaemon on 26 May 2018 - 09:50 PM

So smol and so kute. But one day this Carolina Reaper will grow up to be a big scary powerful pepper. Yas... my Master Plan is in motion. Yas... i vary clever. Yas.

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#1553713 Caribbean Hot Pepper Relish

Posted by PepperDaemon on 17 May 2018 - 02:35 PM

This stuff is great. I've been making it for over a year now. Simple and really good on burgers and even toast. Once you have the original formula down, it's simple to experiment with different peppers and things.

#1553610 Will red gazing ball make peppas hotter?

Posted by PepperDaemon on 16 May 2018 - 10:34 PM

Maybe it is just you that they don't like.


no, pretty sure it's just men in general. It's clear you don't understand Seattle or Portland. The females are actually secretly setting up concentration camps for men. You'll hear about it on Alex Jones in a couple of months when the story breaks. The females are trying to get em all finished before they start rounding up the men.

#1553578 What Kinds of Peppers Are These?

Posted by PepperDaemon on 16 May 2018 - 06:51 PM

Red is probably Fresno pepper.

#1553554 Will red gazing ball make peppas hotter?

Posted by PepperDaemon on 16 May 2018 - 05:10 PM

i putted a red gazing ball in my pepper garten. Will it make my peppas hotter due to spiritual/electromagnitic/color magick as they grow? Thank u very muchs.

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#1553510 i PepperDaemon

Posted by PepperDaemon on 16 May 2018 - 12:57 PM

Hoi!  i PepperDaemon. I new.  I like hot peppas. This year i will be growing 12 hot peppa so far. Wut is this place? It look cool.

#1453508 How productive are your plants?

Posted by PepperDaemon on 06 May 2017 - 12:49 AM

I got about 190 serranos off a serrano pepper plant it :hmm: s first year in Seattle in about a five gallon pot. The serranos were about 1/3 the size of what you would see in the store.

#1452735 Red Habanero: What's the Scoville u guyz????????????!?!?!??...

Posted by PepperDaemon on 04 May 2017 - 12:30 AM

What Hogleg said.

Most habs are 250-400k...red savinas were Worlds Hottest for a while at 500k.


Do you think they would sell red savinas marked as "red habanero"? That's what I mainly worried about.

#1208902 Most colorful varieties ???

Posted by PepperDaemon on 18 August 2015 - 12:41 AM

Are you going to dry the peppers before you make jewelry out of them? This would change the final color quite a bit.

#1207923 Building a raft with my fresh pods

Posted by PepperDaemon on 15 August 2015 - 09:31 PM

 It is also why this here pepper pirate is not worried about the great pepper flood as foretold in the holy book of capsicum.


You've read about this prophecy too? Sweet. Not too many people know about the Holy Book of Capsicum and the coming Great Pepper Flood.

#1207881 Building a raft with my fresh pods

Posted by PepperDaemon on 15 August 2015 - 07:43 PM

I discovered the other day that all my fresh pods float in water. So, I decided I would use all of my fresh pods to build an emergency raft in case of biblical floods or even flash floods or something. Soon I will expand the pepper boat until it can carry five people and 16 pepper plants. When the pepper raft is finished I will put it in the freezer for preservation and safe storage until it is needed. An advantage to this craft is that it can be eaten after I return to shore for needed nutrients.


I am the Pepper Daemon.




Here's the prototype I have been working on:




Here is the blueprint for the final design of the pepper raft:



#1206416 2015 Pepper Hauls

Posted by PepperDaemon on 12 August 2015 - 02:17 PM

I am the Pepper Daemon.


Here's my entire 2015 pepper haul. I spent hours picking these. No more peppers left on my plants and no more coming.


I will stuff this pepper with 2 grains of rice, 1 grain of fake soy meat, and 1 shred of Mexican cheese. Then I will bake at 425 degrees for 1 minute. It will be tasty.