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#1415023 Devv-2017-Having a good time in the dirt

Posted by Seacowboy on 01 February 2017 - 08:12 PM

Glad to see your up and running early this year Scott.

#1415021 96STRAT 2017 Grow

Posted by Seacowboy on 01 February 2017 - 08:05 PM

Looks like your off to a good start.

#1246493 On Cutlery ...

Posted by Seacowboy on 10 December 2015 - 12:33 AM

Merry Early Christmas time. Pic sucks. UT they're nice.


#1217337 Mixed SFRB $16

Posted by Seacowboy on 09 September 2015 - 09:06 AM

As the title says. I can do several SFRB's. Will be a mix of varieties to include Red Lava, MOA, Scotch brains, Chocolate brainstrain, chocolate bbg7, ajigsaw, Jays peach, and many more. US and PayPal only.

#1210902 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 22 August 2015 - 08:03 PM

Thanks Scott. I will mix some up now. I have been giving them some in a soil drench every 10 days or so but guess it wasn't enough.

Also great to see you back!

#1210770 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 22 August 2015 - 01:18 PM

Finally got a few to pick! Not the mother load or anything but not to bad for 6 plants just started give ripe pods. My pubes have a lot pods hanging but nothing ripe yet. Unfortunately their getting BER or some other affliction going on with the Coast Rican Red's, they start to turn and then rot. No clue as to why or how to fix it. Will home for most of the rest of the season awaiting my daughter to born and spending time with Momma and her once that great comes.

Also check out the giveaway I just put up in The Fun Zone.

First pick

Scotch Brains

Chocolate Bubblegum

#1203993 Red Kraken Scorpion?

Posted by Seacowboy on 06 August 2015 - 05:59 PM

Kinda look similar in shape and size to the Chaguanas or however you spell it that I grew last year. Plants were so crowded with crazy growth a cross would be no surprise there.

#1200037 No calyx bbg7 long seacowboy

Posted by Seacowboy on 30 July 2015 - 01:18 PM

This is 1 of my Jays red gs from last year.


Elongated Bbg7/no calyx from last year also.

Elongated Bbg 7 090314.jpg

#1197568 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 24 July 2015 - 04:22 PM

Heathsville. It's down on the Northern Neck. The deer actually leave it alone, the mow the farmers soy beans down surrounding us. 1 farmer has me and a few others on his kill permit to help out on his places to lower the numbers some but still has to replant a few fields every year.

#1197498 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 24 July 2015 - 02:00 PM

Stopped by the hunt camp garden on the way back from checking out VCU with my step son yesterday. Lost a few more plants but most of the others have finally kicked into gear and put on some serious growth, a few have lots of pods but still have awhile before their ripe.

1 lost row

Long double row, upper half is doing good but lost majority of the lower half.

Few late additions are doing good, pulled a few yellow cayenne's from the one on the end.

The rest of the garden is doing good. Picked about 100 yellow beets and few dozen maters, sweet corn still have awhile before their ready and the taters will be ready around Labor day.

#1197167 No calyx bbg7 long seacowboy

Posted by Seacowboy on 23 July 2015 - 07:08 PM

Looks like Jays red gs, there were a few plants close by.

#1194761 chocolate BB7?

Posted by Seacowboy on 18 July 2015 - 08:35 AM

Prodigal son and I had some plants last year that the chocolate/brown or whatever you want to call it showed up in. Can't say where his seeds came from but the 2 plants I had came from plants given to me that were supposed to 'elongated red bbg7" from pierman. From what I have seen so far prodigal ' s pods have a smooth texture and the 2 plants I had produced pods with some pimples/bumps and we're slightly longer in shape. I have a few f2 plants growing and gave seeds from the f1's I isolated to several people that are growing them out also in the f2 generation. So no these are not stable but I will continue to isolate flowers and see what happens while sharing them with the community.

#1194442 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 17 July 2015 - 01:00 PM

Hey Jason, Your plants at the house in the big 20-30 gallon containers have really taken off over the last month, happy to see those taking off for you and I hope they are some of you prized plants to collect some more seed from.  Don't worry I have Tupperware containers of seed I will never grow that you welcome to just for the asking.  I also have some of your Chocolate Bubblegum seeds from you I did not grow this year that I will gladly return to the rightful owner.  What types are you specifically looking for, or if you don't mind I'll send the whole lot and what you don't use you can pass it on.

Damn cappy that's a helluva offer there, I'd be happy to try and make a train out of it and that's a huge pay it forward. Just let me know when you send it and be on the lookout. I have a few of the Chocolate Bubblegum going and will be isolating several flowers tomorrow, just hope the temps over the weekend don't cause them to drop. Keep those seeds I sent you just in case you change your mind later on those

Also thanks for the unexpected box, got home last night but didn't get into the mail pile till this morning. Going to have tacos tonight with some black bean soup and your pods will be perfect to bring some heat.

The last month they did take off, happy to say it was the old leave it the fahq alone care they received. Only complaint though about those fabric pots is their lack of longevity. Bought them last year and at least half have lost at least 1 handle then 6 have torn down the side when being moved, but they work

#1194415 seacowboy 2015

Posted by Seacowboy on 17 July 2015 - 11:39 AM

Thanks fellas. It was unintentional but not owning up to making the mistake of taking the and having them sold for probably $5 at his church yard sale really chaps my ass. He just grabbed stuff from storage room without paying any attention to labels of PEPPER SEEDS, and GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS on each.

Anyhow things are going pretty good with the potted plants at the house with most the plants having several pods, tons of flowers and great growth. Jigsaw is looking a little rough with some bronze coloring on underside of a few leaves. 20150717_115739.jpg

Pubes are slap covered with flowers, with a handful that stuck and will hopefully stay attached. See if you can spot a couple tiny things in pic besides the obvious manzano flower and fat finger.

And here's the group shots and a close up of a future arse burner.


No pics from the hunt camp garden but I don't think there will be much to look at except mainly grass and weeds.

#1193091 SFRB - Seed Saver Collection - 50 Diff Varieties + Bonus 5 Hot Powder Samples...

Posted by Seacowboy on 14 July 2015 - 05:58 PM

Send it!