Hi everyone

Hi everyone, as my tolerance to spicy food & hot sauce has grown I found it hard to get that enjoyable burning feeling anymore so I took matters on my own hands and ordered some Trinidad Moruga & Habanero Helio seeds which I planted a week ago and here I am. Any suggested posts/threads I should read first to start the right way? thanks
 

Bou

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Welcome aboard! The "Hot pepper growing" section and the search tool will lead you to a shitload of useful informations!
 

The_NorthEast_ChileMan

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100 % Success until now :) I planted 2 seeds per pot and they all came out should I keep all of them or only choose the one that looks stronger?
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Hi everyone, as my tolerance to spicy food & hot sauce has grown I found it hard to get that enjoyable burning feeling anymore so I took matters on my own hands and ordered some Trinidad Moruga & Habanero Helio seeds which I planted a week ago and here I am. Any suggested posts/threads I should read first to start the right way? thanks
Hi Dimzel. I've been trying to identify a pepper that I'm growing. Two of my guesses are Trinidad Moruga & Haba├▒ero. But if mine is either, it's not ripe yet. Do you recognize this?
 

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Hi Dimzel. I've been trying to identify a pepper that I'm growing. Two of my guesses are Trinidad Moruga & Haba├▒ero. But if mine is either, it's not ripe yet. Do you recognize this?
Hi my friend thank for the question however I am a complete beginner, it is the first time I plant peppers and I still don't know how they should look, I bet some of the experts here will definetely recognize it though :)
 
Hello and welcome. Getting those chinenses up and running is no small task, so congrats on your progress. To keep them happy I would suggest you pot them up into about a one quart pot with a better than average commerial potting soil especially if your garden soil has any clay content. A mix of about equal parts peat, compost, and pumice(or perlite) is also a good starting point.
Enjoy your grow season,
j
 
Hello and welcome. Getting those chinenses up and running is no small task, so congrats on your progress. To keep them happy I would suggest you pot them up into about a one quart pot with a better than average commerial potting soil especially if your garden soil has any clay content. A mix of about equal parts peat, compost, and pumice(or perlite) is also a good starting point.
Enjoy your grow season,
j
Thank you so much for the advise, yes my garden soil is high in clay content, I will do as suggested thanks once more :)
 
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