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Chorizo857_62J

Member Since 06 Aug 2017
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In Topic: Leaf issues with Habaneros and Scotch Bonnets

21 April 2018 - 01:22 PM

Soil was right out of the bag (Miracle grow).  Prior soil may be an issue.  Have treated with fungicide, and isolated, and only one was beyond saving.  The others have begun to come back, with drying out and transplanting.  Hoping for continued success.


In Topic: Translucent Leaf spots developing on older leaves of younger plants

21 April 2018 - 01:19 PM

Everything seems to have come through OK, and last week was graduation day (transplanting).  More rain coming tomorrow, so will hunker down for that. 


In Topic: Translucent Leaf spots developing on older leaves of younger plants

15 April 2018 - 12:58 PM

I see tiny white hard pin sized bumps....that is edema from water logged roots.

Soil should dry out every 3 or 4 days before watering.

Ease up on watering....do not apply any ferts since you just transplanted and the soil has enough goodies in it already.

Plants from home depot should already be hardened off but you could keep them shaded a couple weeks to make sure.


Sprinkle a Tbls of Epsom salt to the top of each pot....don't mix it in. Just let it naturally work it's way in as you water.

Sun scald or sunburn may have happened as well.
Any pics of the whole plants in question?

Good luck :cheers:

 

All the impacted leaves have been removed or fallen off, and new growth looks better.  Yesterday was "graduation day", whereas I transplanted everything into larger pots, with new potting soil.  the previous mixture was retaining too much water.  Avoiding the frog-stranger rain we're supposed to have this afternoon, I think we will be OK.

 


In Topic: Translucent Leaf spots developing on older leaves of younger plants

15 April 2018 - 12:55 PM

Did they display slow stunted growth? Any herbicides being sprayed nearby? 2-4,D?

Regards,
-Tristan

 

Negative.


In Topic: Smoked hot paprika

13 April 2018 - 06:06 PM

I have smoked Fresno chilis with great success, but used them in a sauce.  I recently smoked some orange Habaneros, dried them, and made a powder, which is KILLER. Love the smoked taste.