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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Things are going OK for now-the heat is on, at 90F all day long. Have to water the potted plants daily, but the ones out in the field are fine without extra irrigation.   The hybrids are blooming, but this single phenotype that started with black leaves has gone mostly green, some black patches...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Here's an update-some of them are potted up in discarded Bonnie cups-I find they're just the right size for my indoor growing.     A closer shot of the hybrid fish, up at the top, then two surviving Nagas, then four Datils at the bottom of the frame.     The black-foliaged plant has gone...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    My parent fish was very widely varigated, from the beginning, but I also picked it out that way. Not all of them were so widely striped.   After being crossed with another variety, I guess I shouldn't be surprised if it doesn't show the same level of coloration.
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Here's the black fish in the background vs a green fish in the foreground. Note almost no varigation in the green fish. One or two speckles, and one leaf has a white strip on it that curls a bit-the original fish pepper plant did it too.     Black Fish's side shoots, and a view showing how much...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Grown another inch taller now, and side shoots on every node.   Unfortunately, not much fish pepper varigation going on, only a little speckle here and there, and none at all it appears on the black-stemmed, dark-leaved plant. The black leaves are greenish now, but still MUCH darker purple than...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Long time, no updates...   Not much to report. Only one loss, I managed to kill my best Dorset Naga during transplanting. It was nearly two inches tall and very bushy, having almost a dozen leaves, but it snapped off almost as soon as I touched it, seemed like. Oh well, I have the two small...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    You know, potatoes make better fries than they do phones.   But, here we go.   Wide shot-all kinds of stuff going on here.     Those empty cells...sigh.   One of the Fish peppers, just opening up those little leaves, hard to tell if they're yellowed under the purple lights but they are WAY...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Sprout update:   Dorset Naga - 3 plants with tiny tiny primary leaves 1 hook up Fish Pepper - 9 tiny plants, three with primary leaves Yellow Datil -  4 tiny plants Purple Bell -Nothing Mutant Incredible Hulk - nothing Yellow Cayenne - 2 tiny plants,  two probably dead helmet heads Black Pearl -...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Sprout update:   Dorset Naga - 2 hooks up Fish Pepper - 6 cotys unfolded Yellow Datil -  3 hooks up Purple Bell -Nothing Mutant Incredible Hulk - nothing Yellow Cayenne - 3 hooks up Black Pearl - Nothing   The soil mix is actually pretty awesome-I'm contemplating moving all the tomato seedlings...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Current Counts:   All the tomatoes are up.   Dorset Naga - 1 hook up Fish Pepper - 6 cotys unfolded Yellow Datil -  1 hook up Purple Bell -Nothing Mutant Incredible Hulk - nothing Yellow Cayenne - 2 hooks up Black Pearl - Nothing   Things are looking better now. Odd though, that the chinense...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    The bad thing is that in the mutation plot, they're all "green peppers" no matter what color they ripen to. Green, brown, red, all the same color. Purple, Orange, Yellow, all close enough. He won't mess with the hot peppers most of the time, so those are easier to play with.   Hopefully Mutant...
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    Walchit 2019

    Go to any Lowe's or Home Depot. During spring any of the bags that are ripped or busted open are usually at least half-price if not cheaper.
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    I tried doing some hand pollination last year-but the tags kept falling off the plants. I have absolutely no idea if this is one of the hand pollinated peppers or not! There were many times the entire plant got stripped of peppers by my colorblind father, who can't keep his hands out of the...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    We have a possible rogue plant!   This is the end of a row of Fish pepper. Fish pepper and Black Pearl were planted straight out of the pod into the paper towels, in separate bags. No way for this to be a mix-up or a misplaced seed!   They were directly next to each other in the garden, so I'm a...
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    Wolf's Second Year-Adventures in Better Recordkeeping.

    Hawaiian Pineapple Tomato - 5 cotys unfolded Paul Robeson Tomato - 8 cotys unfolded, two transplanted out into soil Mortgage Lifter Tomato - 8 cotys unfolded, two transplanted out into soil San Marzano Tomato - 12 cotys unfolded, 6 transplanted out into soil Bistro Hybrid Tomato - Nada. But...
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