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tsurrie

Member Since 19 Mar 2014
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In Topic: PaulG 2019

13 July 2019 - 03:41 PM

Going to harvest some more JA Red Habaneros

in the next couple of days:

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Mmmm, those are looking tasty. Damn I like them red habaneros,  the taste, the heat. Just right.

Good growing Paul.


In Topic: 2019 Grow in Slovenia, europe

13 July 2019 - 03:35 PM

This have some logic in it, but if i compare this with other plants, they normaly grow better in gardens than pots since they have more soil available...

 

I think it has more to do with warmth of the soil, not too much water if you have roof over them (the gardens are really watered these days) and if you water them just right, also not too dry. Also, If you used some prepared soil bags from the store, they are filled with nutrients and also have the right PH, which for the garden you're not sure if you're not measuring it. PH of the soil is the most important thing and really dictates how the plant will feed with all the minerals from the soil.

 

That's what I learned, but the sad thing this season is, my plants in the pots are looking poor and I'm sure I fu@@ed something up with the soil. :banghead:

 

Hope they grow well for you. As for the seeds, I also can send you some.


In Topic: 2019 - The Farm

27 April 2019 - 02:03 PM

Oh man... this is like watching a movie when the martial arts master tells stories to a kid. I'm reading all of this with my eyes wide open and jaw down. Try to keep that finger safe and the others too. Good job but you should get some help or you're gonna get too old too young.


In Topic: tsurrie's 2019 glog

13 April 2019 - 05:25 AM

A little update after a month :rolleyes:

They are slowly growing.... the time to finally prepare the garden is coming soon

 

Peppers

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Tomatoes

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Aji Umba - the biggest of chinense (still small)

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In Topic: 2019 - The Farm

11 April 2019 - 02:05 PM

Awesome Trent! It's a joy browsing through your glog. Thanks for keeping us posted.