First glog I've ever done so bear with me. I'm growing quite a few thing this year but due to space constraints and an upcoming move, I decided to only document one of the varieties I am 100% going to hang on to. I use the paper towel and zip lock on top of a heat mat, I typically use bottled water on the paper towels but I have also used diluted chamomile tea and just regular tap water but honestly I can't tell a difference as long as the moisture and heat are there.
First sign of life, thanks cone9 for the seeds!
I then transfer to course coco coir
and then under the high output fluorescent and fan
I used General Hydroponics flora series with Cal-Mag and a SUPERThrive flush every Friday. After they have a couple weeks under the light I start hardening them off and then transplant to New Earth potting soil w/ Lady Bug fertilizer. This is the first year doing the Coco and hydro nutes and I gotta say it really speeds things up. Open to any suggestions and I hope everyone has a great season!
Hey, new to the forums and relatively new to growing peppers. Recently relocated to San Antonio and started my season off about a month ago. I have about two years experience growing habaneros and scotch bonnets, a couple other common peppers with less heat and tomatoes. Trying to branch into the super hot range of things this season. Anyways, thanks for having me and I look forward to discussing whatever topics come up.