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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards ACCEPTING ENTRIES!


Member Since 27 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active May 07 2015 03:20 PM
Preseason Capsaicin Tolerance Training has begun: eating my second store bought orange Hab of the day. My fellow students may be wondering what's with the drooling guy in th... Updated 07 Mar · 1 comments

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Food Stuff

  • Favorite Hot Pepper
    Aji Crystal!
  • Favorite Hot Sauce
  • Favorite Food
    Mung Beans w/ Quinoa
  • Favorite Beverage with Fiery Food

Growing Stuff

  • Grow List
    2012 Season:
    Red Carabean Hab (overwintered) - R.I.P.
    Chichen Itza Hab (overwintered) - still tickin'!
    Jalapeno (two year old) -hangin' in there!
    T-Scorp - not true, bought from Fullerton Arrboretum, turned out yellow, may still be a good pepper.
    Beaver Dam - plant could not support weight of peppers, pruned
    doux long d'Antibes - weak production, but beautiful and tasty peppers, I'm commited to making this plant work for me.
    Goccia d’oro- plent fell from weight of the few pods, I'm not giving up
    Alma Paprika - unproductive, but awesome taste
    Maria Nagy - happy with this tasty and productive cayenne type.
    Pasilla Baijo - gave to my neighbor.
    Buht Jolokia - gave to my neighbor, no report
    Yellow T-Scorp - taking forever to produce pods
    Lg. Yellow 7 Pot - a new favorite!
    Brain Strain - ouch!
    Aji Crystal - most productive, most used, great all-around
    Blondie - not productive, but tasty peppers
    Aji Omnicolor - productive, attractive and tasty!
    Chiltepin - died early
    White Fatalii - lost track, died?
    Donne Sali - did well, going to overwinter, dry heat
    Peruvian White Hab - plant and peppers looked desheveled, tasted good, will regrow if survives overwinter
    Big Ass Cayenne - gave to dude at my church, changed name to "Big Ol' Cayenne" hahaha!
    PI 653748 - turned out purplish pea sized pods, possible cross, will overwinter
    PI 224444 - a stellar plant and gorgeous and tasty pod. Inside of pod looks beautiful, one of this season's delights -- thanks wayright!
    Jimmy Nardello - a total disappointment, two small pods.

    Planned Varieties for 2013:
    In addition to whatever survives overwinter, I'm going to strat these guys.
    Inca Berry (Aji Joe)
    Aji Cajamarca (Aji Joe)
    Yellow Trinidad Perfume (Aji Joe)
    Aji Pinapple (Aji Joe)
    Joloro (Aji Joe)
    White 7 Pot (Aji Joe)
    Kaleidoscope (Eephus Man)
    Barra Du Rubiero (Eephus Man)
    Inca Red Drop (Pepperlover)
    Blonde (Pepperlover)
    7 Pod Jonah (Pepperlover)
    7 Pod Primo (Pepperlover)
    Tobago Scotch Bonnet Red (Pepperlover)
    Chimayo (Adaptive Seeds)
    Liebesapfel (Adaptive Seeds)

    Ha! May 2014 UPDATE:

    Just now putting those seeds in soil. Simplified by planting six six-packs outside:
    Inca Red Drop
    Inca Berry
    White 7 Pot
    Aji Crystal

    Still have 3 overwinters:
    Large Yellow 7 Pot
    Some Red 7 Pot
    and a T-Scorp of some kind

    Bought some plants:
    New Mexico Big Jim
    Super Chile
  • Seeds Available For Trade
    Dumping all my 2013 seeds on the Coheed Seed Train for now.
  • Seeds Wanted
    NuMex Heritage Big Jim
    NuMex Espanola Improved
    NuMex Heritage 6-4
    NuMex Sandia

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