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#1622128 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 24 March 2019 - 10:22 AM

🥴🤢🤮🤮🤮

Um no 👻

Waste not want NOT




#1622038 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 23 March 2019 - 07:09 PM

Plants are looking super bad ass guys. Quite the specimens! Look at that flower density!


#1622034 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 23 March 2019 - 05:50 PM

Ya'll ready to meet your doom?

 

 

 

.....?!

 

 

 

 

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#1621388 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 20 March 2019 - 06:53 PM

Here's one of my "runts" lol

  

This is the big girl.



Enjoy it ...


#1621322 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 20 March 2019 - 01:36 PM

Got some fruit setting.

 

OH YEAAAHHHHHH...Showtime

You guys and your desperate attempts to get ahead of me by planting so early will ultimately be your demise!

I do think we need to call misdeal, though. I got a mutant...

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That's two!




#1620777 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 17 March 2019 - 10:53 PM

I read some interesting literature on the relationship between Aphids and N content in the feeding regimen. And have experienced it as well.

 

Not saying that's the issue, as placing them outside creates a "game on" situation.

Please share!




#1620204 Jedisushi06 2019 grow. The pepper strikes back.

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 15 March 2019 - 08:18 AM

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Bootlegger around 70 days of flowering


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Mmmmmmmmm


#1619948 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 13 March 2019 - 11:43 PM

Um, dummy here, asking the obvious. If an Anuum and Chinense cross, is it still an Anuum? It depends on which plant hosts the blossom, right?

 

But if it has all the outward characteristics of a Chinense, like these so far are manifesting...?

 

...and who's to say that your overambitious pollinator bees didn't make the rounds from several donator plants? Just how many possibilities are there that a dozen of us with crosses have differing crosses?

 

This could turn out to be a pan-generational phenomenon, just because the Guru couldn't keep his Sri Lankan panties on..... :high:

 

Perhaps in 10 years I will be able to come back and answer this question with more authority, however, for now, suffice it to say...mother nature is capable of all sorts of things. 

 

Besides, my panties were only small enough for a few iso pods, the lot of you get the experiments! Muahahahahah yes do my evil bidding! 

 

 

Perlite and a tortilla? Nice technique!

 

 

The ole perlite tortilla method...

 

SOB I thought we buried that method long ago? 

 

 

I thought those were croutons.

 

My preferred aerator of choice. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I guess I deserve that...

 

But this plant will grow taller and stronger than the corn which made the tortilla it feeds off

 

Nothing beats just sowing directly into some chicharrones though...

 

 

These bitches love the D. Dyna gro that is..

 

They do love to eat

 

It would be an interspecific hybrid I believe, such as a mule.(donkey x horse) Same genus different species. These are much more commonly infertile due to larger genetic gap.

Where an INTRAspecific hybrid would be same species different "sub species". Such as a bloodhound/poodle mix. Both animals are same species, but genetic lines are true enough to show hybridization. These are usually much more likely to produce fertile offspring.

Does any of that make sense? :D

 

 

In theory

 

Yeah, but that would suck!

 

In theory

Potted up a friend just in case the Chinese aphids get too bad.  :D

 

Today was the first warm day in a long time.  Hopefully we are starting to turn the corner toward spring.  Those of you with plants outside are making me jealous!!

 

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YUCK!




#1619939 Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 13 March 2019 - 11:10 PM

I feel bad but they have been stuck on the bottom shelf, and have became part of the led experiment down there.

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WOW




#1619781 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 13 March 2019 - 11:16 AM

Depending on what crosses look like, was thinking about letting you guys all vote and decide on name for it. I was thinking of names if it ended up eventually (after F4ish) looking cool, like "Kundalini" to keep with the Sri Lankan/Indian serpent type thing...lots of possibilities. What ya think? Yall be down for naming it?




#1619696 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 13 March 2019 - 01:20 AM

I'm wondering if this pepper will become popular (on here at least) for crosses..


If it was crossed with my Cobra is gonna be doooope!


#1619535 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 12 March 2019 - 03:06 PM

Flowers are for girls

Exactly,,,psshhhh...newbs don't even know that if you continue to prune all the flowers off that you see form, it makes more peppers....




#1619484 Wild Varieties-What is your favorite

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 12 March 2019 - 09:58 AM

Peru also...if you are in search of wilds walk the fence lines and power lines...anywhere there is plenty of sun for germination and a lot of room for the birds to perch and crap out seeds. 



Ya know, dont bring up sore subjects! Ive done Peru and found some awesome chiles there! But....my mind wasnt on WILDS. Not a wasted trip but definitely some missed opportunities! I did hikes that I walked right past plenty of UNKNOWN capsicum. Trust me. Might even have photos. Will have to dig through archives.


#1619214 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 11 March 2019 - 10:40 AM

I'd throw out the left one and keep the other two...

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Buahahahha yeah, all wrong throw them all out! Ha


#1619136 Growdown Throwdown 2019 Sri Lanka - Chilli Red!

Posted by Pepper-Guru on 11 March 2019 - 12:18 AM

Yup. My guess is the Asian Woolly Hackberry Aphid.. They cause herpes in people too. Ditch that plant yo..

 

 

psshhh, yeah, just look at it, nodes are way too close together, like ewww!