Hello from Northern Ca.

Hello everyone from Northern California.
I just want to chime in wave a hand and get to know the best growers on this planet here on The Hot Pepper!
I registered to learn more about super hot pepper plants and what makes them grow larger an produce more peppers.
What nutrients are great to use, what’s the best ph level for superhots,
How to take cuttings an when is the best time to do so etc etc

I been growing vegetables as well as peppers outdoors for a while now but still have a LOT of issues.
This season I grew my vegetable plants in a different location on the back of my property.
Maybe 30 feet from where I grew last season but this year I’ve had issues from bugs all over the cucumber vines and brussel sprouts to getting blight on the tomato plants to idk what the hayl is back there that chewed up my pepper plants.
Afraid of spraying anything on any plants right now due to the heat. Last summer I sprayed neem oil on my plants when the temps were high an the reapers died before they were ready to pick.
(Not sure how to post pictures on here)

Anyway once I learn how, I’ll be posting pics and asking lots of questions about a small indoor grow attempt for the first time. Yea I purchased some seedlings from Pepper Joes
If there’s anything I should have added to the welcome post besides pics let me know.
I will add that I’m a 48yr old grouch that likes to grow as a hobby an share my peppers with family an friends. Umm I hope to hear from y’all when you get time to respond. Thanks in advance
 
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PaulG

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:welcome: from the Pacific NorthWest, @Grows Everything!

I grew up in K. Falls and later in life did a lot of backpacking in the Trinity Alps. What a beautiful place. I like N. California a lot, especially on the
west side, although the high desert is another favorite place of mine. Of course, there is always Humboldt County!
 
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:welcome: from the Pacific NorthWest, @Grows Everything!

I grew up in K. Falls and later in life did a lot of backpacking in the Trinity Alps. What a beautiful place. I like N. California a lot, especially on the
west side, although the high desert is another favorite place of mine. Of course, there is always Humboldt County!
West side meaning west of the Altamont?
From Santa Cruz to Santa Rosa?
Lol Humboldt county, a different kinda garden
 
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