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Member Since 30 May 2018
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In Topic: Free Steak Sauce...for a price...

07 September 2018 - 11:35 AM

just seeing this!  would have loved to be a taste tester :D

In Topic: Chilidude season 2018

07 September 2018 - 10:40 AM


Limon C.chinense is the one i am growing next year and hot lemon usually means Lemon drop C.baccatum in my book.

yes -- the Hot Lemons (at least mine) are the c.baccatum or Aji's :)   YUMMY.


Ok, I Googled and maybe they are NOT Aji's (which I think are not as hot?).  Mine are pretty damn hot.  I'm so confused now.


is there anywhere on the site here that describes the different kinds of peppers?  I'm a noobie. :D


do you have a picture of the lemon c.chinense?  

In Topic: Chilidude season 2018

05 September 2018 - 12:12 PM

I have been planning next years grow list:


Hot paper lantern


Caribbean antillais

Habanero golden

Naga morich


I was planning to not top the c.chinense next year to see how will they grow and produce pods.


Aji golden

Aji norteno

Aji cito

Aji blondy

Aji fantasy


C.baccatum will be topped as usual as they are far too fast growing to not to be topped each year. I got all the seeds for the plants already so no need to buy some more.


The indoor growing of the plants wili be conducted with the usual growing methods and using the B'cuzz coco a+b fertilizer and ph adjusting of the water, i hope now the next year indoor growing will be more success than this year so-so indoor grow.

for the Limon, is that the same as Hot Lemon?  I grew these for the first time this year and LOVE LOVE LOVE them.  Fruity like a fatalli but not quite as hot -- SUPER good.

In Topic: Your favorite pepper variety

20 July 2018 - 01:44 PM




43036951532_031068e0ef_o.jpgIMG_8026 by Willard Bridgham, on Flickr

my local grocery store had those a few weeks ago, never tried them before.  LOVED them.  Saved the seeds and hope to get a bunch for next year.  Bought 3 peppers -- 1 was very hot, the other 2 less hot.  But very fruity.

In Topic: Chilidude season 2018

20 July 2018 - 01:32 PM

they look great :)


my chocolate moruga scorpions look like yours -- well, no where near as big  :lol:  and just a lot of "babies" starting out (no bigger pods for me yet).  My Trinidad scorp and orange hab are full of fruit.