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Super Hots Canada

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In Topic: Dragon's breath...2.48m scovilles?

21 July 2017 - 05:28 PM

In this case, the original post that juanitos copy/pasted above was by someone named "Stuart Roy" out of Calgary, Alberta on the Chiligrower group (hosted by the folks at Buckeye) on Facebook and I think on another group or two... So maybe they're just similarly minded. lol


In Topic: Super Hots Canada - 2017

17 July 2017 - 05:22 PM

Hey folks, sorry I haven't updated more! Been quite busy all-around :)
 
Here's the latest video update I posted over on YouTube that I posted a couple of days ago.. You'll definitely notice a difference from the last clip I posted earlier in the thread!

 


In Topic: How do you transact money?

14 July 2017 - 11:00 PM

It sounds like you're already providing plenty of payment options for customers to choose from.

 

Stripe is certainly another option that can be provided, as THP mentioned, and I find it has similarities to both PayPal & Square. Just like either of those it can handle several options on the customer end, and it can be integrated into a website.

 

Here in Canada we have access to Interac e-Transfer, which allows anyone with a bank account at any number of major banks in the country to send funds via email. The sender signs into their online banking and sets up the transfer, which automatically does two things as soon as the user confirms the transfer: 1) It withdraws the funds from their account, and 2) sends an email to the recipient with links to sign into the bank of their choice. Once the recipient gets the email they can follow a link, sign into their bank account (from their bank's website), and deposit the funds using the password provided by the sender.. At no point does any person on either side of the transaction get to see any details about the other user's bank account. >> https://en.wikipedia...erac_e-Transfer

 

Is there possibly anything like that down in the US that you might offer up to this customer? :)


In Topic: Dragon's breath...2.48m scovilles?

30 May 2017 - 10:27 AM

No new world record


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Looks like my first impression and analysis of that Tom Smith and those news articles was spot-on. 

 

So, it sounds like this pepper is potentially a first-generation hybrid - so to anyone who's picked up seeds, it'll be interesting to see what variations spring up. :)


In Topic: Super Hots Canada - 2017

28 May 2017 - 09:54 PM

At the moment, it looks like this will be my line-up for this season:

 

* Bell Pepper

* Jalapeno

* Cayenne

* Super Chili

* Habanero

* Naga Jolokia

* White Ghost (Bhut Jolokia White originally grown from seeds from PepperLover)

* Brown Naglah

* Chocolate Bhutlah

 

- At the moment the seedlings I have transplanted of Bell Pepper & Jalapeno were mostly bought from garden centers. I have more to transplant that I started myself.

- The Cayenne, Super Chili & Habanero seedlings are bought from garden centers

- I have some Brown Naglah seedlings transplanted already in the greenhouse (around 15), and inside I have some seedlings starting to sprout

- White Ghost and Naga Jolokia seedlings are also in the process of starting to sprout inside.

- Sadly, only 3 seedlings of the Chocolate Bhutlah survived, but some are still better than none! (seeds from PuckerButt Pepper Company)

 

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Suddenly this season the local shops have stopped selling the Plant Prod plant feed I've always used for my plants. I've always used the Starter, All-Purpose, and Flowering water-soluble feeds.. Namely, at this time of year I'd be starting to use the All-Purpose:

 

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.. But instead, all the shops seem to be replacing Plant Prod with some new ProMix feeds.. Sadly, none seem to have the All-Purpose mix. I've only found the Tomato mix and Flowering mix, so it looks like I'll have to go with the Tomato mix for now:

 

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.. That's the closest I've found.. Anyone have any experience with this product?