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Ghaleon

Member Since 06 May 2018
Offline Last Active Aug 17 2018 02:47 PM

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Habanada

26 June 2018 - 04:57 AM

Are there variants on this one? Have any of you seen it used in any crosses?

Inverse operations

25 June 2018 - 12:01 AM

In another thread I inquired about whether or not which plant is pollenated by which mattered. I was linked to Khang Starr videos where he did both. This got him clearly different peppers that he named the Sweet Misery and the Misery Sweet.

Do you find this intriguing? I assume that when you make a cross, it's because you are hoping to get certain characteristics from each to be in the resulting pepper. Wouldn't doing both double your chances of getting the one you hoped for? Better yet, you could be pleasantly surprised by both.

A plan for those excess seeds

22 June 2018 - 10:34 AM

I've opened pods and counted over 80 seeds in a single pepper. Most of us don't need nearly that many of one type.

Suppose you, or several people in your area, find an open field or other suitable place to scatter the thousands of seeds you've amassed so you can return and see what, if anything, came of it. I think it'd be fun.

What becomes of the surplus harvest?

17 June 2018 - 10:08 AM

Props if ya get the song reference!

Seriously, though. I'm obviously not talking about the A.J. Drew's among us, but the others with a decent number of plants.

When you realize you have far too many to use, even if you freeze, dry or powder them... What do you guys do? Give them to friends? Sell them to a local farmer's market?

Lesson learned?

29 May 2018 - 10:05 PM

My ten year old son has a habit of stealing other people's food when nobody is around.

This time I took my fingertips and rubbed The Last Dab on my piece of garlic bread which I was saving for later. Ten minutes later my eleven year old daughter informs me and her mother that he got into the garlic bread that we told them to leave alone.

He had already eaten half and now must finish it. I somehow won't be surprised if he still continues to do these things.