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#1642704 PaulG 2019

Posted by tsurrie on 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.

#1642701 2019 Grow in Slovenia, europe

Posted by tsurrie on 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.

#1628794 2019 - The Farm

Posted by tsurrie on 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.

#1625776 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 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








Aji Umba - the biggest of chinense (still small)


#1625472 2019 - The Farm

Posted by tsurrie on 11 April 2019 - 02:05 PM

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

#1622942 2019 Grow in Slovenia, europe

Posted by tsurrie on 28 March 2019 - 04:29 PM

This looks familiar but I cant figure it out.... I guess I've been there before.

#1622941 2019 - The Farm

Posted by tsurrie on 28 March 2019 - 04:25 PM

Those plants man.... daamn, they look so cool. Congrats!

I need to recheck now what you've done with the soil :drooling:

#1619808 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 13 March 2019 - 03:12 PM

Looking very nice, Uros! 


Off to an auspicious start,

hinting at the bounty ahead!

Thanks for visiting Paul and yes, hoping for some nice pods later on :)


Glad I am not the only one who uses the yogurt containers /high five


And aye those maters will certainly need some room before its all said and done but I also do it kinda similar, think I transplant the maters 3-4 times before they get to the outside.


Really diggin those trays though man, not sure if its me or not but they look deeper then a regular 10x20 tray?


Edit - Accidental PT but they all count


Double edit - I had ment to add like 2 weeks ago that the shot of the hills and mountains is absolutely breath taking. I would kill to live in an area like that.

Oooooh yeah, yogurt pots, high five!

Why not use them if we already got them. And they are just the right size.


The trays are 4x6 pots, approx. 4x5 cm and 5cm deep. Smaller than yogurt pots but will do for some time.


Congrats on a PT Matty :)


You don't have to kill to live in this area, you just have to move.

I know, it's much more complicated when you start to think about that stuff. And pretty far away too.


I can take you with us for a hike if you come by some day. There are a few better views just a few hours away, if you're lucky with the weather.


Hmmm... someones being a PT hog..yeah you Matty...LOL


Uros, great grow going on! And thanks for the beautiful pics!

Thanks Scott.


Will post more pics of the area when I take some.

This is from last week, the same hill behind on the right just like on a previous picture. Taken from another, a few hundred meters higher 'ridge'.

Sorry about the colors, my phone is messing with the photos a bit.


#1619530 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 12 March 2019 - 02:40 PM

Transplanted a few more yesterday....


Caribbean Red Habanero 4x

Rocoto 1x

Tepin x Lemon drop 3x

Alpina 7x

Chupetinho 1x


Also transplanted some tomatoes to trays. Here's a pic of them.




I think I'll have to repot them when they get big, but hey, for now at least tomatoes are organized.


#1618550 Walchit 2019

Posted by tsurrie on 08 March 2019 - 04:10 PM

I've been trying to co.e up with a better idea for fans. A shit ton of computer fans maybe


They work pretty well imho, case fans or broken power supply fans (those are probably bigger in most cases).

#1617913 Walchit 2019

Posted by tsurrie on 06 March 2019 - 12:20 PM

The plants look very good. Damn I wish mine will be as yours in a few weeks, but there's still time. Almost two months till plantout over here.

#1617869 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 06 March 2019 - 09:09 AM

Starts looking great, Uros. Good job!

The Caribbean Red Habanero will be loaded with
lots of little red nuggets come summer time
Never say never, huh, Uros!


You're right Paul. As soon as I was thinking I should toss them away.... another one sprouted.

This one is from some old stock, the first EU train, I think it's from Nulle... Habanero Cappuccino (Edit: yes it is I saw I already wrote that down on the first page.. memory loss :rolleyes: ).



#1617097 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 02 March 2019 - 02:37 PM

Perfect timing for one of the "not sprouted"... just took a quick look at the grow box and noticed another new sprout ... Fidalgo Roxa X Grao de Bode




#1617030 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 02 March 2019 - 06:40 AM

Here are the ones in solo cups



Hey, Uros, how's it goin'? How is the Caribbean Red

Habanero in post #29 doing? Has it grown out of its

cotyledons, yet?


Looks like some progress being made there, my friend;

transplants mean the the game is afoot! 


Have fun figuring out what to replace your old seeds with!

But don't throw out the old ones. Put all of them in trays of

moist dirt just like planting in the garden and let them go

as long as you can keep them in a good location for germinating.


Yes Paul, Caribbean Red started to push out some true leaves...



And yes, will let the old ones keep on trying for a little while more.
As long there's hope ... you know.


Thanks for stopping by.

#1616924 tsurrie's 2019 glog

Posted by tsurrie on 01 March 2019 - 05:41 PM

I've had a bad sprouting rate but most of the blame goes to the 'old stock' seeds I decided to give a go and see if they're still alive.

So far only 10 varieties sprouted and I think that no other variety will sprout, but I'll let them sit for another few days just in case.


I'll just get rid of those that didn't sprout and free some space in my collection box.


I transplanted these into solo cups today....


Aji Umba 11x

Kurtovska Kapija 12x

Alpina 4x

Jalapeno Hercules 1x

Tepin x Lemon drop 5x

Chupetinho 7x


I'll post a picture tomorrow when I'll have some daylight.


A few of the other sprouts will be transplanted in the following week, I'll just let them grow a little more so I wont damage them.


Also sowed a few tomatoes, 8 varieties.