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Chilidude

Member Since 25 Mar 2013
Online Last Active Today, 11:43 AM

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In Topic: Sboustani's 2018 Grow Log

Today, 09:09 AM

Really nice looking bigger plants now.


In Topic: Chilidude season 2018

Today, 07:33 AM

Looking great Chilidude... roll on summer! If you don't mind me saying, your plants are a little on the leggy side. Lowering lights or increasing lumen might help. Airflow also will help with thickening the stems. May help :)

 

Only the C.baccatum are the "leggy ones", if you can call them leggy being only about 11cm tall and it is very normal for them as they are very fast growers and my C.chinense are very compact in comparison.

 

Lumens are more than fine, as this is a new 180w gob led and it is about 55cm above them. The second growing nodes with these c.baccatum is very short with the new light compared to the previous 100w led light.

 

Any exposed stems will be buried in the new larger pots when it is time, so being a bit leggy is a huge plus for me, so dont be concerned as it is not the first time and not the last time i have done it that way. :dance:


In Topic: Aji Amarillo hot sauce

Today, 06:08 AM

If you've ever been to a Peruvian joint, the orange/yellow hot sauce is what you need to make. Goes excellent with grilled chicken, fish, etc.

 

I trust Thegreenchilemonster when he says, this is a good recipe:

 

(for when you get fresh pods, or you can rehydrate the dried)

 

 

:( :stop: AAArrggg my eyes. Cant stand anything that is related to mayonnaise, had my fill of the stuff in the work place where i used to work in...
 


In Topic: Seed starting system using plastic water bottles

Today, 04:50 AM

Upgraded the self watering system for more even distribution of water and nutrition for the chilis:

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In Topic: PeriPeri's Grow 2018: South Africa

Today, 03:30 AM

You could use hay or grass clipping to cover the ground, so that the weeds have a harder time to grow near the chilis:

 

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