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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards - WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

Masher

Member Since 11 Oct 2016
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 05:09 PM

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In Topic: Best poop for peppers?

Yesterday, 05:09 PM

Worm poo

Rabbit poo

Llama poo

All three can be used from bung to soil

I have used rabbit and llama with great results.


I am working on getting worm this week and see how it performs.

Saw a nice video the other day from a pepper grower that had some excellent pod numbers with worm poo.

In Topic: 2017 Grow Log - 200 plants, 30 varieties

20 May 2018 - 09:30 AM

Not sure of the count still available if any but I would like to try one.

Very nice kitchen, that's one heck of a nice processing room you have.

In Topic: Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

20 May 2018 - 08:25 AM

Here's mine.

Started indoors under T5's

Been outside 3 weeks now and placed in raised bed 5 days ago.

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In Topic: Growdown Throwdown 2018 Yellow Brain Strain!

16 May 2018 - 07:47 PM

Wow some real stunners some of you have.


I fried the tops on one hardening off on unexpected high temps.and the other forked and growing verticle.

They went in dirt today.

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In Topic: YAMracer754 work in progress GLOG

15 May 2018 - 03:39 PM

So.... Update! I got my landlord to use his bobcat with tooth bucket and finally scratch me out a spot in this slabrock ridden ground to put some plants in the ground as I already have a container castle and still have tons of plants that need in the ground, esp tomatoes!

What would be some basic amendments that will really boost production and base nutrition/overall health (keep in mind I can still and will fertilize with organic or chems) to make this soil better or should I just throw some compost and rake it in and run it? It's clay based but has a lot of composted roots and isn't straight clay like I've worked in before. Perhaps you would call it "clay loam" as there is bits of sand and when it's churned up its loose. It's about 15ft long and 5ft wide d70fdb33f2ae2231bfeffbdff1779a90.jpg3d53f3b77789c1e8b628ae007e1fc4ce.jpg378fdd38ff919ccebadc7f8fec3b2726.jpg

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Get a couple 1.5cu ft bags of soil amendment and some composted steer manure or similar.

Mix it in 4-6 inches deep and plant away.

Plants look great and robust, nice work.