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JoynersHotPeppers

Member Since 19 Jul 2012
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#1497948 [Oct 9] What are you working on this week?

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 11 October 2017 - 03:36 PM

Packaging a bunch of deer and harvesting some pods then back to hunting




#1497859 Wild Game or Fish

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 11 October 2017 - 08:42 AM




#1497756 Powder Loses Strength Over Time?

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 10 October 2017 - 04:50 PM

Done right, does not fade as boss said. I can burn you with some vintage 2012 stuff ;) 




#1497645 Wild Game or Fish

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 10 October 2017 - 07:59 AM

Had an amazing opening day this past Saturday in Virginia for bow season. All the hard work I put in over the past year preparing stands and paths paid off. Was able to harvest two deer and two different stands on Saturday. 

 

Venison for dinner tonight for sure!

 

Heart shot

 

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Double lung

 

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GoPro POV from deer

 

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#1496275 Open Pollination - Lets get a grip on terms

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 04 October 2017 - 08:09 PM

I sharted 




#1495403 Weston dehydrators

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 01 October 2017 - 01:36 PM

I use what the weed growers use, carbon filtration system that vents out duct work hahaha - I suggest that for those commercial ones, won't fix everything but helps very much




#1495275 Joyner's 2017 Minimalist Pepper Party

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 30 September 2017 - 09:35 PM

Glad the harvests are plentiful Chris!

 

How's the deer situation looking?

Amazing actually, opening day next Sat! We have 5 wall hangers on the list. 




#1495242 Joyner's 2017 Minimalist Pepper Party

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 30 September 2017 - 06:56 PM

Nice Chris! Have you ever thought about making some Thai-style chile pastes to freeze for the winter? They're pretty easy to make.

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Feel free to share a recipe! I love that stuff!




#1495230 Joyner's 2017 Minimalist Pepper Party

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 30 September 2017 - 05:48 PM

A few Thai peppers..

 

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#1494686 Dried vs Reconstituted in recipes

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 28 September 2017 - 08:25 AM

Powder works amazing and it is all a matter of balance as stated a few times. I have made very smooth sauce using powder but I do prefer fresh when possible. 

 

I do not make a lot of sauces but I use powder over dried pods. 




#1494675 Could Moruga Scorpion be the hottest?

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 28 September 2017 - 07:33 AM

Primo's are still fire  :dance:




#1494389 What kind of peppers are these?

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 27 September 2017 - 02:29 PM

Looks like a Chiltepin 




#1494316 Growdown Throwdown 2017 Aji Lemon Drop!

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 27 September 2017 - 08:53 AM

Small harvest...

 

 

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#1494289 Growdown Throwdown 2017 Aji Lemon Drop!

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 27 September 2017 - 06:26 AM

Oh, I think I'll harvest my 1 or 2 pods today. 




#1494288 This is NOT a Jays peach right? Or is it?

Posted by JoynersHotPeppers on 27 September 2017 - 06:25 AM

 

Don't get me wrong.  I do think the phenotype that you displayed is the most correct.  Here is the thing, Mr. Duffy's site said the seeds he had were from fifth generation.  I suspect the seed stock you started with was further down the line.  At a time when the creator landed on that shape.  So since yours look like the creators, it is the most appropriate phenotype.  But what about the other phenotypes?  Lets look at Chocolate Bhutlah SM.

Seeds were officially released for this season.  Photos folk have shared show two distinctly different phenotype.  Folk will selectively seed save for the phenotype they think is most accurate.  The seed stock will wind up in seed trains, traded and what not.  Meanwhile, back at Puckerbutt, they will be doing the same to get a stable shape.  At some point, they will have a stable appearance and that phenotype will be most accurate.

Ah but what about the other shape?  People purchased it from the developers as Chocolate Bhutlah SM.  Are those peppers no longer Chocolate Bhutlah SM?  See what I mean? 

Think on things like the elongated chocolate bubblegum.  Is it a chocolate bubblegum?  Or the large red bubblegum that I think Pepper Lover developed.  I forget if she put her initials behind it but remember she sells them.   Is it not a bubblegum?

BTW: Not arguing with you at all.  Love your posts.  Very much liking this conversation.  Just trying to demonstrate that different phenotype by the same name do exist.  Heck, look at how many people were like Ye that looks right.  I think the best thing for seed folk to do is to photograph the source of their seeds so the buyer knows what they are getting.  Oh, and try their best to present accurate information.

That last part being why I love conversations like this.  So much for me to learn.



 

Yeah no arguing here at all, I just hate everyone naming new peppers because they are mutts and didn't grow true. I am not sure which generation of Jay's I had for peach but I was the first to post the red and peach to this site many years ago. Since they are not far from me in distance a local nursery sells their plants. 

 

I cut down the number of species this year by a good 30%, very bored with all the new stuff and fly by night naming.