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ribbedturtleneck

Member Since 19 Jul 2014
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Interested to hear what you might suppose...

04 August 2015 - 11:59 AM

Any ideas of what this looks like? I know it tasted delicious. Wonderful citrus/yellow chinense taste and not as hot as I would have guessed...
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Pretty sure I've got some herbicide damage here

20 July 2015 - 07:13 PM

The pics tell the story.
First one is a Wiri Wiri, hit the hardest.
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Next are some others, just distorted new growth.
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Any ideas, or are they done for? About 75% of my in ground plants are affected. Thankfully I have about ten in buckets that are virtually untouched. Overall, I'm not optimistic about this year's harvest.

Life goes on...

What is with this plant?

23 July 2014 - 07:55 PM

I have an unknown pepper plant that I don't think will produce any pods for me, but I keep it around as a curiosity.

Perhaps someone can tell me what is going on. Leaves feel almost waxy, and they are bizarre- looking and thicker than normal. Flowers don't open all the way, hang around for a while, then fall off.

I will attempt some photos.

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No longer lurking in Milwaukee

19 July 2014 - 08:40 PM

Hello all,
Eric from Milwaukee here. Been following glogs and failing forward in my first attempt at gardening. Beans, peas, tomatoes and peppers (white habs, lemon drop, Hungarian wax, jalapeño, cayenne, and orange habs this year).

Looking to get into higher heat levels next season, but will have to start a little earlier.

Thanks for all the knowledge, humor, and pod pics to help motivate me along.

Hungarian waxes and cayennes are just showing signs of ripening, and a few white habs have already been munched.

Cheers,
Eric