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  1. Cadis

    P. Dreadie Memorial Group Grow 2016

    Here is a pic of 2pods with a size reference. I grow them in a self-made ebb and flow system, lights are 3 COBs. Nutrition is MaxiGro / MaxiBloom. The plants itself look beautiful.
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    P. Dreadie Memorial Group Grow 2016

    Are these P. Dreadie pods? I bought the seeds from a forum member, however something might have gone wrong here... They look weird and are less spicy than a Jalapeno. They do have a Chinese flavour. I tasted 4 pods, they all were seedless, might be an issue as well...
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    I love rocotos, so I"m always curious about new varieties. They really look nice!
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    P. Dreadie Memorial Group Grow 2016

    This story really impressed me. The pods are amazing, too!   Does anyone has some seeds to share left? I don't have many varieties to swap cause i just moved here (but i do have some heirloom tomato seeds if someone is interested). And of course SSAE or dollars would also be possible :)...
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    Trippaul Threat (PdN x BMJ) Community Grow

    The cross is very interesting! You got some nice looking plants and pots as well! How hot are they?
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    Acronym List

    CAP are the ascension numbers of the German "Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)". I don't know the German Research Centre for Biotechnology and whether there are connetions to the IPK.   and there are some more: CO ### should be Asian...
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    How many people here are from/growing in New England?

    Just moved here, New Haven CT. But I am not native. So this will be my first season in New England... we will see how it turns out :)
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    Essegi 2017: at bare minimum

    You planted the rocotos directly into the soil. Did you plant some in pots as well? How are your experiences? Thanks!
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    First log, Will follow with weekly updates

    You can cross a annuum with a chinense, but not a baccatum with a pubescens. See this table:
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    TheGreenChileMonster's 2017 GLOG

      This is kind of wicked :hell:. But one should be humble, right? ... ;)   Btw, I like your C. pubescens focus, you have really nice plants!
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    First log, Will follow with weekly updates

    wow, u have a nice chili school! do they behave?
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    Hello from CT

      ... in Germany.   Don't want to get in conflict with the US customs authorities.
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    Hello from CT

      Well, I mainly grew C. pubescens and C. baccatum (love them both !) varieties and some C. chinense.  I don't like the typical C. annuum flavor and I also think that C. annuum plants are quite boring. So I didn't grow them munch, despite some "basic" stuff like Jalapenos. I moved to the New...
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    Hello from CT

      Well, I left the seeds in a moving box, they are waiting for my return and are now part of a long lasting germination capacity experiment ;)   Thx for the info on the possibility to import small quantities of seed!
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    pubescens So thats why they're called pubescens

    Aren't they beautiful, those hairy beasts? I love Rocotos!
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    Hello from CT

    Hi all!   I j'm Jo and just moved to CT (from Germany). I've been growing Hot Peppers since several years now. My absolute favourites are of course the capsicum pubescens plants! Due to the relocation, i was seeding my peppers for this year not until february. So I'm not sure, that i will get...