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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards - WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

D3monic

Member Since 10 May 2014
Online Last Active Today, 01:09 PM

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In Topic: D3's 2018. This will be a good year.

Today, 01:08 PM

The fatali x brainstrain is looking quite good. Glad to see you got that shaped pod.  That is what I was hoping for but not what mine is starting to produce.  The Naga Peach BBG7 looks quite nice as well.  Plants are quite far along, nicely done...    Pods will come.  Weather 30 miles east of you has not helped me out at all but I did not plant out as early as you did.  Time will tell.


Been a rough year all around, my potted plants are doing much better than those in raised beds. They are in need of some serious amendments

In Topic: D3monic's Crossing Project/Community Grow

Yesterday, 06:28 PM

It's been a rough year so far, haven't had a chance to play with any crossing. I  am really liking the look of white bhut long though. I'm going to try crossing it with yellow brainstrain  if it will take. 


In Topic: Growdown Throwdown 2018 Yellow Brain Strain!

Yesterday, 06:26 PM

my two entries

 

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got a lil bit before I start getting ripe pods though. 

 

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In Topic: D3's 2018. This will be a good year.

Yesterday, 06:14 PM

El Scorponero f2

 

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another el scorp f2

 

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hidden pod on the peach naga x bbg7

 

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white bhut long (strong crossing candidate ) 

 

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another el scorponero pod

 

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"bbg7"

 

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trinidad giant congo cross

 

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heyyyy you're not a reaper

 

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In Topic: Best peppers for powder???

Yesterday, 05:36 PM

Haven't grown it yet. But I will start seeds if you want to see it. I was thinking of starting them around December for next year, but could always do it sooner.

 

Thankfully with AZ weather you can probably start seeds in late Aug - Sept and get lots of pods over the winter before may-june heat really does a number on them. I grew up in Tempe but never tried growing chilis there but there's a few members in the area. I think they rely on shade cloth quite a bit.