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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards ACCEPTING ENTRIES!

Chewi

Member Since 15 Apr 2011
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SFRB Killer Poddage

23 October 2017 - 12:34 PM

Got a SFRB ready to pick tonight and ship Tuesday. Bad Brains, P. Dreadie Bonnets, Elysium Oxide Bonnet Mustard and a few random pods....PM any questions or post here it doesn't matter. Paypal only please.

Peace!

$17.15

Rob

I got a pick of the last ones I pulled attached.Attached File  SFRBPIC.jpg   69.02KB   8 downloads


WTF is this issue?

05 June 2017 - 12:16 PM

This look like tiny bugs or edema from all the ridiculous rain we've been having. This is a bottom leaf so some of that is dirt that splashed up but the other things. I swear I'm getting new glasses soon.

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and dammit is that a stinkbug or is is a beneficial eating something smaller?

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Any thoughts are appreciated. Happy 2017!


2016 FTW!!!

08 January 2016 - 05:25 PM

Every year I keep saying I'm gonna do one of these. Going to try this year for once.

Started round one this week.

This batch is:

Gary's (Windchicken) Lumbre which is just spectacular red AND green.

Stefan's (meatfreak) Elysium Oxide Bonnet (red and mustard) and Galapagos - Isabela Island Red.

My heating pad is rather tiny so that's all for round one. As soon as these sprout I've got some  P.Dreadie Scotch Bonnets and the CGN21500 x Galapagos Red cross from MiChris and a CGN21500 x BBG7. Just realized in typing all this out that I don't have a chocolate and I need a Jalapeno. I'll fix that shortly.

Peace everyone and a Happy 2016!

Rob

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WTF is eating my poddage?

08 October 2015 - 11:57 AM

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Bird? Squirrel? Opossum? Chupacabra? Any suggestions on how to deter whatever it might be?


WTB MFRB of Bahamian Goats or Congo Reds/Browns or something about that heat level?

07 October 2015 - 03:57 PM

Just checking. Need a powder project. Thanks!