PaulG 2020

PaulG

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Seed Choices 2020 - Varieties to choose from so far. A few more
                                   seed swaps and the Seed Trains to come in,
                                   so will post the rest later.
 
c. chinense:
7 Pot Pecan F3- orig. 7 Pot Burgundy from Windchicken
Trippaul Threat F8 yellow
Trippaul Threat F8 white - Devv
Fatali - bpiela, seed from Hillbilly Jeff pods
Yellow 7 Pot - bpiela
Beth Boyd Scotch Bonnet F2 - orig. from Trident Chilis
Scotch Bonnet MoA F3,-  orig. from Trident Chilis
Scotch Bonnet Capucino - bpiela
TFM Scotch Bonnet - bpiela, mr. joe
Orange BJ Chocolate F4- orig. from Georgia Growhead
Lemon Starburst - catchthebear
Urfa Biber x Peruvian White Bullet - bpiela
Yellow 7 Pot Primo - mr. joe
Moruga UV Chocolate - mr. joe
Papa Dreadie - Devv, spurious cross
White Bhut Jolokia - Devv
JA Red Habanero F6 - orig. from Devv, Walkgood
Yellow Scorpion F8 - orig. plant from SpankyColts
Purple Thunder F3 - BJ red x Trippaul Threat F1 or F2
Bonda Mahala - Yellow 7 x BMJ, Windchicken
Yellow Nagabrain - Windchicken
Yellow BrainStrain F2 - orig. from Pepper Guru
Johah’s Yellow - bpiela
Yellow Fever - mr. joe
Nagabon - mr. joe
Sugar Rush Cream - Devv
Aji Arnaucho - Devv
 
c. annuum:
Goat’s Weed F4 - orig. from stc3248 2012
c. chacoense F3 - orig. from stc3248 2012
Chiltepin F2 - orig. from NMSU
Costeño Amarillo F4 - orig. from SoCalChilihead 2012
Black Pearl - THSC
Black Prince - THSC
Chili Costa Rica - THSC
Zapotec Jalapeño - Devv
Variegated Jalapeño - catchthebear
Antep Aci Dolma  - stettoman
Large Orange Thai - Devv
JA Mushroom F4 - orig. from ?
Guindilla F2 - seed from Spain
Ajicito Red - Glen
Marconi Rosso F2 - Hume seeds
Golden Marconi F2 - 2017 seed from neighbor Pete
Padron F2 - 2019  Spain, smaller pods
Padron F2 - 2017  Spain, large, hot bell type when red
Guindilla F2 - Spain 2018
Pimenta de Piquillo - Spain 2018
Jimmy Nardello - Devv
Big Jim F2 - Iwasaki Nursery
 
c. pubescens:
Red Rocoto F4 - descended from Peruvian seed
Mini Brown Rocoto - stettoman, CD
Costa Rica Red - stettoman
Arequipa Giant - stettoman, CD
Giant Yellow - stettoman, CD
Big Apple  - isolated, stettoman, CD
De Seda Yellow - stettoman
Turbo Pube - isolated, stettoman
Ecuador Red - stettoman
Aji Largo Rojo - stettoman
 
c. baccatum:
Aji Amarillo F7 - descended from Peruvian seed
 

stettoman

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Looks like an ambitious one for 2020, eh Paul? I pray we all have a season of redemption, right now we're having January temps in November. Maybe just getting it out of it's system...
 
I'm going to wait a bit before getting too jiggy with the next grow, but I'm certainly paying attention!
 
You do not list your overwinters? Or do not keep them?
 

PaulG

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stettoman said:
Looks like an ambitious one for 2020, eh Paul? I pray we all have a season of redemption, right now we're having January temps in November. Maybe just getting it out of it's system...
I am not growing all of these! Probably no more than 20 3-gallon plants and, maybe 10 in larger containers.
I'm going to wait a bit before getting too jiggy with the next grow, but I'm certainly paying attention!
 
You do not list your overwinters? Or do not keep them?
 
Hey, Eric, I have no OW plants, strictly speaking. 
 
I have a c. chacoense and the PdN x BMJ from Dragon 49
in the greenhouse for now. Waiting to harvest chaco pods,
and will try to keep the cross going over the winter, so I
guess it's an OW. 
 

PaulG

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MarcV said:
That's quite a list you have there. Do you grow just one plant of each variety?
 
Depends, Marc. For the crosses, I usually grow out four,
but this season only two for each. I can get a quart of dry
pods off a 15-20 gallon plant, so I may just grow them in
the 3-gallon pots.
 
Going to up my annum portion a bit next season. The 'exotic'
chinense stuff will go in 3-gallon pots. Large containers for tried-
and-true varieties like JA Hab and Yellow Scorpion, and stuff
you can actually eat    ;)  
 

CaneDog

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Good strategy.  Bigger containers for the stuff you'll eat a lot of and smaller ones for trying new things, growing out crosses, getting seeds, etc.  Grow more plants in the same space while still getting all the production you're after.  
 
Those 3g's put out some nice plants for you.
 

PaulG

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CaneDog said:
Good strategy.  Bigger containers for the stuff you'll eat a lot of and smaller ones for trying new things, growing out crosses, getting seeds, etc.  Grow more plants in the same space while still getting all the production you're after.  

[That’s my theory CD
Hopefully it’s not a bad idea gone wrong ]

Those 3g's put out some nice plants for you.
Yes they did. Not really sure if I really maxed out their
potential. Will try for a better result next season.
 
Great list Paul I wish you all the best for 2020 some really interesting varieties. I grew the KS Lemon Starrburst but didn’t get the proper saucer shape (blaming the British weather) however I did see Matt’s pods on Instagram and he had some awesome shapes you will have some good seed there
 

PaulG

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catchthebear said:
Here are some pics of the variegated Jalapeno.
 
https://imgur.com/a/YTlhOmq
 
Spotted this guy as a seedling when I was sorting through a few dozen of our Jalapenos in 512 cell trays at work.  It's likely not a cross, as the seeds came from isolated seed stock from a company that only sells to nurseries. None of the other plants ended up looking like this. I was keeping an eye on them.
That's a great find, alright. Am looking
forward to trying that one out! The little
white pod with the streaks looks very cool.
 
Trident chilli said:
Great list Paul I wish you all the best for 2020 some really interesting varieties. I grew the KS Lemon Starrburst but didn’t get the proper saucer shape (blaming the British weather) however I did see Matt’s pods on Instagram and he had some awesome shapes you will have some good seed there
 
Thanks, John!  It will be hard trying to decide
what to actually grow this coming season.
Guess that's a good problem to have! Wish
I had more room.
 
No I don't, what am I thinking  :rofl:
 
catchthebear said:
Here are some pics of the variegated Jalapeno.
 
https://imgur.com/a/YTlhOmq
 
Spotted this guy as a seedling when I was sorting through a few dozen of our Jalapenos in 512 cell trays at work.  It's likely not a cross, as the seeds came from isolated seed stock from a company that only sells to nurseries. None of the other plants ended up looking like this. I was keeping an eye on them.
 
PaulG said:
That's a great find, alright. Am looking
forward to trying that one out! The little
white pod with the streaks looks very cool.
 
 
That's an exciting pepper! I can't wait to see it in your glog next season Paul.
 

PaulG

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Here are some other exciting pepper varieties.
From a surprise package from RFC:
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I have grown Jim's seeds in the past.
One-Hundred percent top quality every time.

More great choices to add to the list!
 

PaulG

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BDASPNY said:
those brown bhuts are burners! and grow really well. I used the same seeds this year.
 
Now I'm skeerd   :shocked:
 
Good to know they are productive, Scott's
pic of the Brown BJ was killer! I will try to 
germinate both Scott's seed and Trent's.
 
I'm looking for some good chocolate pods for
some powder. I usually mix the superhots with
something milder, like Brown Eggs or Brown
Mushroom, just to mellow it out a little.
 
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