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I have a few plants submerged from these storms. Not as bad as those with trees through their cars and houses though Updated 25 Jun · 1 comments

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    Andy Watkins
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    Cleveland, TN

Food Stuff

  • Favorite Hot Pepper
    Yellow Nagabrains
  • Favorite Hot Sauce
  • Favorite Food
    Fried rice
  • Chili... Beans or No Beans?
  • Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food
    Full Throttle

Growing Stuff

  • Grow List
    I got a late start this year so a lot of plants were super behind. Then the deluges of the summer haven't helped, nor have the weedeaters and weed killer sprayed by others

    Will Produce/Producing:
    Unknown Black Prince Cross (TexasHotPeppers)
    (I think ) Unknown Carolina Reaper Cross (TexasHotPeppers)
    NOT Aji Dulce (TexasHotPeppers)
    Red Ghost (Bonnie)
    Golden Ghost (Bonnie)
    Thai Hot Ornamental (Bonnie)
    Red Ghost (Local Nursery)
    Red Hab (Actually orange) (Local Nursery)
    Hot Lemon (Burpee)
    "Fooled You" Jalapeno (Grocery store starter plant)
    Yellow Brain Strain (PepperGuru/Devv GDTD)
    Should Produce:
    Yellow Nagabrains (randyp)
    Brown BBG (randyp)
    Papa Dreadie SB (peppamang)

    Might Produce:
    Shabu Shabu (TexasHotPeppers)

    Probably won't produce:
    Naganero (randyp)
    Douglah (randyp)
    Chocolate Bhutlah (TexasHotPeppers)
    Chocolate Bhut (TexasHotPeppers) (Still looks like a bonchi from cutting back too far to overwinter)
  • Seeds Available For Trade
    Everything in my grow list under "producing". May change as the season progresses

    As well as:

    Seeds from randyp pods:
    7 Pot Wes
    7 Pot Primo
    Superhot Beast

    TexasHotPeppers seeds:
    Carolina Reaper (didn't grow true)
    Chocolate Bhut Strain 2

    Seeds from Jacksonville Farmers Market pods:
    "Hot Pops"
    "Bird Pepper" (seems like a pequin type with dark foliage)
    "Gumball Pepper" (seems like "Capezzoli di Scimmia")
    "Red Gumball Pepper" (see above but red)
    "Bahamian Finger Pepper" (I brought them back from pods purchased at a stand in the Bahamas)
    "Manzanos" (I think they're yellow or orange manzanos. Got them at a mexican market super overripe and they were around habanero heat)
  • Seeds Wanted
    Mild "seasoning peppers" like NuMex Trick-Or-Treat/Suave Orange/Habanada

    Flavorful baccatums
    Your personal favorite

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