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In Topic: Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

Yesterday, 01:40 PM

Woah! Which genius let that happen!? I thought the legal age of awesomeness consumption wasnt until much later and many more years of moral degradation! We need to set boundaries here.


:eek:  Wha...?



Yes. the concept of hard germination requires a certain

amount of maturity  :D


+1 boundaries!


Hahaha no doubt about that!


I think SpeakPolish is in high school? His profile says he's born in 2004, so..


Whoa...I think I just germinated in a moist paper towel! :shh:


Better than rockwool   :scared:


If it starts to get itchy down there, you should go see a doctor  :rofl:

In Topic: Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

07 December 2018 - 03:25 PM

Oh, Im gonna germinate them so hard.


Tone it down a notch will ya! There are school kids on here!

In Topic: Hello from Amsterdam.

06 December 2018 - 12:11 PM

Welkom Jelmer! Leuk om hier eens andere Nederlanders te treffen.

In Topic: Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

24 November 2018 - 09:20 AM

Yellow pods? That sounds like a recession into the constituent lineage like a bonda MA jaques w/o pimienta de nadye

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The F4 pods this year came from some F3 seed I had
saved. Some of the pods were light yellow in the F4.
I really want to see What Tristens F2 will produce in
another trial, but I feel most all subsequent generations
will lose the darker yellow color.

But, to answer your question, sure. All the F2 should
produce yellow pods.


YAMracer, in one of my earlier posts I explained my theory that Pimenta da Neyde is actually homozygous for the gene that makes a pepper yellow (in fact it seems that the pepper is actually white underneath all that purple). The fact that Paul just mentioned that all the F2's produced yellow pods confirms that. A cross between two plants that are homozygous for a certain gene will always be homozygous for that gene as well.



Edit: I can't stop thinking about the red colour in one of the later generations though. Paul, were all the seeds isolated or could any accidental crossage have happened?


Edit2: I'm now thinking I might've misunderstood your post, YAMracer. If so, sorry about that. English is not my first language so...

In Topic: Pimenta De Neyde x Bonda Ma Jacques

23 November 2018 - 03:32 PM

Well the PDN is most likely an Annum and Chinense cross, which mightve helped make the mutation. https://www.facebook...groups/Chilies/
X-Chillies has a bunch of papers on how to mutate chillies using X-Rays and other ways, its very fun to read and definitely doable.


Crossing doesn't create mutations. It's doable, sure. If you have access to an X-ray machine, that's awesome. I wouldn't mess around with that EMS stuff though. I'd very much like to not mutate myself and possibly give myself cancer. I'd like to try using UV-C germicidal lamp some time but due to the low penetrability of it, it probably wouldn't work with pepper seeds.


Anyway, if we want to continue this we should probably open a separate topic.