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  1. midwestchilehead

    Looks like great info and great members in this forum

    Aw, Jersey's not so bad. Some of my favorite hot sauces (Heartbreaking Dawn's) were born there. They have since retired to Arizona, but Jersey still puts out some good hot sauces . . .
  2. midwestchilehead

    Looks like great info and great members in this forum

    Hot sauce, from New Jersey? Lol. Welcome.
  3. midwestchilehead

    smokers Sweeet Smoker

    Sorry you got stung, but thanks for relocating those bees.
  4. midwestchilehead

    seed-train The 2022-2023 mega seed train!

    I usually get on, but I have more seeds than I can use in my lifetime, so I am bowing out this year. I hope you get plenty of riders with interesting seeds.
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    free 7 Pot Savannah - In memory of Dustin (Nagacanario)

    I finally was able to harvest a couple of pods. Hopefully a few more will ripen up before our first frost.
  6. midwestchilehead

    Hey guys!

    Welcome. You will find that not only do you consume peppers, but they consume you!
  7. midwestchilehead

    promotion FREE Mystery Sauce with New Membership or Renewal!

    Got my sauce over the weekend. Perfect. Thanks Pookie!
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    free 7 Pot Savannah - In memory of Dustin (Nagacanario)

    Yes. Despite a late start, I actually have a couple pods.
  9. midwestchilehead

    off-topic Good Mornin' Thread - For those that get up really early and post

    Nice. I don't see too many Gravelys around here. We must not have a dealer nearby. I see mostly Ferris, Wright, Scag and the occasional Grasshopper.
  10. midwestchilehead

    Hatch chili time!

    What? That it is just up the road from Las Cruces?
  11. midwestchilehead

    shopping Buying seed from overseas.

    You used to be able to import small lots (50 or less) of pepper seeds with a small lots permit. But back in 2021, the USDA started requiring a phytosanitary certificate for tomatoes and peppers, effectively destroying international seed trade. I also received an email from the USDA stating they...
  12. midwestchilehead

    Hatch chili time!

    I bought 25# of the early harvest. I wanted extra hot, but my local Dillon's store only had hot. My impression: wait for a later harvest. These had some nice heat, but lacked the charachteristic green chile flavor.
  13. midwestchilehead

    Hello Hot Pepper Forum

    I use most of mine for seed harvesting. I dry most of the pods and grind them into powder.
  14. midwestchilehead

    off-topic Good Mornin' Thread - For those that get up really early and post

    It turns out it the chile was ready at about 6 p.m. It sure was hot out there manning the grill, but I managed to get all that chile roasted, bagged and put away. It should last me at least a couple weeks into the winter.
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    off-topic Good Mornin' Thread - For those that get up really early and post

    Good morning. I just have to brag. I will be roasting my 25# box of New Mexico green chile tonight. Don't be too jealous!
  16. midwestchilehead

    Hello Hot Pepper Forum

    Welcome, from your neighbor to the North. That is a lot of plants. What do you do with all those peppers?
  17. midwestchilehead

    storage If i take the seeds out of my jalapeno a keep it in storage for next year will they grow or will they be dead. (im a newbie)

    Make sure you are harvesting the seeds from a ripe, red jalapeno, not a green one. Its even better to let the pepper go soft on the plant to ensure seed maturity if you are wanting to harvest the seeds.
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    off-topic Good Mornin' Thread - For those that get up really early and post

    I don't know, yet. Ask me again in 9 months!
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