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2019 - Raised Bed Zone 9B Glog

My first GLOG, here is my list. Will start Feb. 1st, 3.5" deep pots in tray. Will be using seed starting mix, as opposed to peat pods the last couple of years. After germ, will put under T5 light until mid march. 
 
 
 

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Week 10, cold front came through last night, got down to 47, will check in the garden tomorrow see if there was any damage. Got the first pepper of the season forming, a chili piquing. Will update next week.
 

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Update: most plants producing pods, but not getting super large. Not sure if I will continue to pinch or just let them go.
 

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CaneDog

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So what, you've had them out about 3-4 weeks now, right?  I'm guessing their roots have dug in pretty well and they're adjusted so I'm looking forward to seeing a growth-splosion kick in.  The Biker Billy and TAM look like they're already putting the growth on.  Pequin pods are looking great.
 
CaneDog said:
So what, you've had them out about 3-4 weeks now, right?  I'm guessing their roots have dug in pretty well and they're adjusted so I'm looking forward to seeing a growth-splosion kick in.  The Biker Billy and TAM look like they're already putting the growth on.  Pequin pods are looking great.
 
Yeah, and i also topped a few a week after i transplanted them, so probably delayed growth. 
 
Plants are exploding with growth. Got dozens of peppers on the jalapeños, Italian, and chili de agua. The scotch bonnet and scotch brain have a few flowers starting to bloom. Hopefully be harvesting a few jalapeños soon.
 

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First harvest of the year, got a good amount of the chili de agua and jalapeños. Got some habaneros should be getting ready soon.
 

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PaulG

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Plants look very nice, SB. And getting pod
harvests in May! Ee-haw!
 
Looks like you may have a small slug or
two eating some of your leaves. Nothing serious.
 
Went away for one long weekend and came back to mass destruction from horn worms. Bastards got my entire chili pequin, half my bell pepper, and my ghostly jalapeño. Luckily the scotch bonnets and brains were spared. Got a good harvest from the remaining.
 

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PaulG

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Oh man, sorry to hear about the hornworm attack.

I am so thankful we do not have to contend with
those suckers here in PNW.

The yellow pods are killer. Really nice phenotypes.
 
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