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In Topic: CaneDog 2019 Hirsute Pursuit Rocotos, Wilds & Moar

24 April 2019 - 02:10 PM


I've got the same thing with a few of mine, growing horizontally. When the time comes to plant them in the ground I'm not sure how much space to give them. hopefully over the next few weeks they'll give me a clue on what to do.


Stake 'em! Or train them into a tomato cage. I do the stakes, but they will find their way out again...

In Topic: CaneDog 2019 Hirsute Pursuit Rocotos, Wilds & Moar

24 April 2019 - 02:09 PM

I have a bit of that leaf twist/curl/tip/wither on my OWs. I attribute it to the 2-3 tablespoons (or more) Alaska Fish 5-1-1 mixed into my repot soil. The leaves on my Turbo Pube are the size of my flattened hand. I was told once that, as impressive as it looks, huge leaves are a sign of misdirected energy distribution.


I'll be switching to CNS17 3-1-2 as soon as these ladies meet with the great outdoors, but only after a good sobering up from the Alaska adventure.


Super nice grow, 'Dog! How did you get your De Seda to go beyond the first pairs of true leaves? Mine have been the size of a thumbprint for weeks!

In Topic: Guru's Garden - Traveling the World in Search of Peppers

21 April 2019 - 07:54 AM

If you're going back to Sri Lanka, I'd suggest scheduling your trips to not coincide with any Christian holy days...


In Topic: StettoGro '19: In For a Dime

20 April 2019 - 11:55 AM


Perhaps you can enlighten them, and bring a drummer? That is if they have the rest of their shiznaz in order...


Edit: Cuz I just have to.. The at my age thang..LOL...I'm still trying to remember "my age" 'aint working!


Naa Scott, it just isn't my thing anymore to take any kind of charge, those days are done. I just wanted to play and cash a small check now and then. I'll piddle around with them until something else oozes out of the woodwork. They have an interesting set list, almost every tune is in G...

In Topic: StettoGro '19: In For a Dime

20 April 2019 - 11:39 AM

The Big Apple Red Rocoto that had that "rash" is back in the news: I think we can safely attribute direct sunlight.

Here is before, flash/no flash, from April 12:

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And after 8 days in well-lit shade:

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Everyone but Rocotos are outside today in 65° of bright & shiny wonderful. You'd had to have gone through my winter to really understand...

It's going to be a GREAT season, dammit....