Alex_K - 2021/2022

Hi! I'm Alex from Brazil!

Some old members might remember me... I make some seeds exchange here back in 2009.
Had about 40 pepper plants but after the end of the season they suffered from massive whiteflies attack and I lost mostly of them... frustrated I gave up on growing peppers plants but this year I decided to start again I bought seeds from TexasHotPepper, HRSeeds and MK hope this time to be successful.

Yeah my english is quite bad but I hope can understand each other!!! :oops:

For now my list is:

(C. chinense)

Puma
Habanada
Naga BBG7 Orange
Big Olive Mama
Big Mustard Mama (gift)
Jays X Purple
PDN X Bonda Ma Jacques (White)
BTR Scorpion
Jays Peach Ghost Scorpion
Bleeding Borg 9
Papa Joes Scotch Bonnet
KS Lemon Starrburst
Pimenta da Neyde
Butch T X 7 Pod Jonah Gold

(C. annuum)

Murasaki Purple
Lesya
Thai Hot
Buena Mulata
Thunder Mountain Longhorn

(C. baccatum)

Aji Amarillo
Aji Bodysnatcher
Sugar Rush Peach

(C. rhomboideum)
C. rhomboideum (My precious! :lol:)

Good luck for everyone!!!

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PaulG

Extreme Member
Bom dia, @Alex_K ! I'm guessing the purple starts in the first
pot, second row in the first pic are PdN x Bonda?

Very interested to learn more about your pepper growing in
Brazil, Alex.
 
Hiya Alex lovely to see you back.🙂👍
Hi David!

Thanks to having me back! 👍

Bom dia, @Alex_K ! I'm guessing the purple starts in the first
pot, second row in the first pic are PdN x Bonda?

Very interested to learn more about your pepper growing in
Brazil, Alex.

Olá Paul é um prazer conhecê-lo!

Hi Paul nice to meet you!

You right! the purple starts are PdN x Bonda.
So... You speak portuguese right? It's all I need!!! Just kidding! 😄

I hope I can contribute to the community...

Hi Alex, what type of climate do you have? Tropical, subtropical, ...

Hi Dieter nice to meet you!

I think here were I live is located between Aw and Cwa in Köppen classification is like tropical with less rain than traditional tropical climate with (89.6 °F avg.) hot summers and (55.4 °F avg.) mild winters.
You are from Mexico right?
 

ahayastani

Extreme Member
Hi Dieter nice to meet you!

I think here were I live is located between Aw and Cwa in Köppen classification is like tropical with less rain than traditional tropical climate with (89.6 °F avg.) hot summers and (55.4 °F avg.) mild winters.
You are from Mexico right?

Yes, from the tropical lowlands. Half year dry and half year thunderstorms. Warm winter (28-30ºC), hottest period in early May (35-38ºC).
 
Yes, from the tropical lowlands. Half year dry and half year thunderstorms. Warm winter (28-30ºC), hottest period in early May (35-38ºC).

Wow, the climate where you live is tropical, I never imagined it was so hot there in Mexico...
Have you managed to successfully grow C. pubescens there?
I ask, because here in Brazil I've never been able to... I believe it's too hot for the species!
 

ahayastani

Extreme Member
Wow, the climate where you live is tropical, I never imagined it was so hot there in Mexico...
Have you managed to successfully grow C. pubescens there?
I ask, because here in Brazil I've never been able to... I believe it's too hot for the species!

They grow a lot of manzano (local name for rocoto) locally, but only in the highlands. The relative humidity is lower than in the lowlands, as are the temperatures at night. I haven't tried rocoto yet, but it's on my list. I'll tell you next year :)
 
I don't know if counts, these are varieties that I sowed early in the fall, nothing very interesting...
They are producing the first pods.

Trinidad Scorpion Olive
First time I'm trying
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7 Pot Douglah

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Jamaican Yellow Mushroom

The shape of this pepper...

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Cayenne

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PaulG

Extreme Member
Plants and pods look nice and healthy, Alex. good work!
 
Thanks Admin to have me back It surprises me how this forum has changed, I almost didn't recognize it! 😄

Nah! My plants is just OK, because they are in small containers hope to get some peppers to make hot sauce! 🙂
 
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