PaulG 2021

PaulG

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2021 seed list - will choose from these varieties.
 
Wild variety choices so far:
Cumari Pollux,  c. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 2019
Cumari Flibu, c. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 2019
Cumari do Para, c. chinense, Brazil, PtMD989
Cumari, wild collected x 2, c. chinense (?) Brazil, 2019
CAP 1141, c. praetermissum, CaneDog, 2019
CGN 22795, c. praetermissum, Brazil, OW, SemiLlas la Palma, 2019
CGN 24360, c. chinense, OW, ‘BB Habanero’, Catchthebear, 2019
Chiltepin Rojo, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, OW, 2019
CGN22875, c. Annuum, Yemen, ‘Bisbas’,
Yellow Pequin, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, F2
Chili ‘Seguin’, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, Devv, 2020
Capuccinno Chiltepin, c. annuum v Glab., Semilla Palma, 2019:
CGN 22835, c. chacoense, Brazil, catchthebear, 2019
CAP 1446, c. chacoense ‘Hunziker’, PtMD989, 2019
c. lanceolatum, n=26, isolated, CaneDog, 2019
Wiri Wiri, c. chinense, true strain, wiri wiri via Cane Dog, 2019
 
Chinense choices so far:
Yaki Blue Fawn, Cane Dog, 2019
Red Cardi Scorpion, Texas Hot Peppers, seed train, 2020
Fatali, F2, CaneDog, 2019
Scotch Bonnet Beth Boyd, F2, 2019
JA Red Habanero, F5 (?), 2017
Trippaul Threat v2 F3 Yellow
Purple Thunder Yellow, F4
Cabaca Peach,
 
Rocoto (c. pubescens) choices far:
Ecuador Sweet Red, sinn, seed train, 2020
Tatiana Yellow F2
Mini red/yellow F2
 
Baccatum choices so far:
Aji Amarillo, F5 (?)
Sugar Rush Cream,  F2
Sugar Rush Red, Jeff Contino, 2020
 
Annuum choices so far:
Variegated Jalapeño, F3
Golden Marconi,
Piquillo, 
edit: Orange Spice Jalapeño,
        Tasmanian Black
 
I will probably add a few to this list, since the 'A'
train will be passing through sometime before
seed sowing. Not all of these will make the cut,
at least that's my thinking at this time.
 
Aiming for a February 1 seed sowing date.
 

Bou

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Wow PG, it will certainly not be an easy task to make your final selection... 
 
For the C. annuum category, may I suggest you to add Tasmanian black to your list? For some reason it is quite uncommon but it really deserves more attention IMO. Fairly productive plant with antho influences, loaded with green elongated pods that turn black before ripening to dark red with inner purple stripes. Medium thick wall, their taste is really good; think of the best red peppers but with smoky pleasant undertones. Heat wise mine were probably around SRP or Aji pineapple level. I have seeds if you wanna give this strain a try!
 
This little pod was among the first one, all the other were at least over 3 to 4 times bigger but as a complete noob I totally failed at taking pics... 
 
Happy new year btw!!
 

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Nice choices so far Paul.  Im glad to see you're aiming for a February start date.  I was thinking you were going to hold off until March.  2021 is looking up already!
I already clicked the "follow this topic" button.  :dance:
 
Another big list of peppers there Paul. I'll be following your grow too. Best of luck! Hope we have a good spring and summer here in the PNW and none of that June suck!
 
Happy New Years!
 

PaulG

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Bou said:
Wow PG, it will certainly not be an easy task to make your final selection... 
 
For the C. annuum category, may I suggest you to add Tasmanian black to your list? For some reason it is quite uncommon but it really deserves more attention IMO. Fairly productive plant with antho influences, loaded with green elongated pods that turn black before ripening to dark red with inner purple stripes. Medium thick wall, their taste is really good; think of the best red peppers but with smoky pleasant undertones. Heat wise mine were probably around SRP or Aji pineapple level. I have seeds if you wanna give this strain a try!
 
This little pod was among the first one, all the other were at least over 3 to 4 times bigger but as a complete noob I totally failed at taking pics... 
 
Happy new year btw!!
Thanks, Bou. I hope the new year is off to
a good start for you!
 
I would definitely like to try the Tasmanian Black.
I don't have a lot of annuums on the list because
I'm still searching for ones like you describe.
 
Note - I already added it to the list!
 
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PaulG said:
Thanks, Bou. I hope the new year is off to
a good start for you!
 
I would definitely like to try the Tasmanian Black.
I don't have a lot of annuums on the list because
I'm still searching for ones like you describe.
 
Note - I already added it to the list!
 
Ahah, just saw the update!! If you need some seeds hit me up and I will gladly send some your way chilibro!
 

PaulG

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Bou said:
 
Ahah, just saw the update!! If you need some seeds hit me up and I will gladly send some your way chilibro!
PM on the way.
 
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PaulG

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ahayastani said:
Best wishes for the new year, Paul :)
 
Somehow, I could perceive your pepper-hormones were already going berserk :D
Same to you Dieter!
Better times ahead!
 
Yeah, I always start twitching around this time.
 
Tybo said:
Nice choices so far Paul.  Im glad to see you're aiming for a February start date.  I was thinking you were going to hold off until March.  2021 is looking up already!
I already clicked the "follow this topic" button.  :dance:
Thanks, Ty!!
 
It feels pretty good to not be starting seeds Jan. 1.
The extra month of down time is much appreciated!
That decision will probably come back to bite me!
 
Annuums will go in germinators on March 1.
 
HeatMiser said:
Another big list of peppers there Paul. I'll be following your grow too. Best of luck! Hope we have a good spring and summer here in the PNW and none of that June suck!
 
Happy New Years!
Thanks, neighbor!
 
Boo! to June Suck!
 
I wish I could grow all of them out, but after
this season's near 60 plants, I'm ready for a
little break. Going to try to limit to 30 or so
for 2021.
 

PaulG

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CaneDog said:
Happy new year, Paul.  It's always tough to make those final roster cuts, but I'm sure you'll end up with an awesome squad!
Hey, CD, I hope the New Year is off to a good start
for you and your family.
 
I hate choices like this. I have so many seeds of varieties
I haven’t grown yet. If only I had a couple of acres and less
years under my belt, I could have a 200 plant grow  :rofl:
 
:welcome: Here’s to a great 2021 season in the PNW! With
no June Suck!
 
Hi Paul tried to keep up with you while I've been away used to be plantguy76
I see your killing it as always
Best of luck this coming season
Ps love how you put all your past glogs on & grow projects always informative
 

PaulG

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JasonM said:
Hi Paul tried to keep up with you while I've been away used to be plantguy76
I see your killing it as always
Best of luck this coming season
Ps love how you put all your past glogs on & grow projects always informative
Hey, Jason! Glad you found your way here!
 
It's great to have you back in the Grow Log
Saddle. Can't wait to see what you grow this
season.
 
Thanks for the props. You are too kind, but I
am glad you were keeping an eye on my GL!
 
dragonsfire said:
Hoping its a good year for all :)
Couldn't have said it better, Neil!
 
tylerdodd25_92 said:
Quite the list you have going on. I'll be watching!
Glad you are along for the season's ride, Tyler. 
 
Looking forward to your own Grow Log this
season, as well!
 

PaulG

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Narrowing down a bit...
 
Wilds (15):
Cumari Polluxc. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 2019 (isolate)
Cumari Flibu, c. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 201  (isolate)
Cumari, Brazil, wild collected 1, c.preat/bacc v B., Brazil, Leo 72 2019  (isolate)
Cumari, Brazil, wild collected 2, c.preat/bacc v B., Brazil, Leo 72 2019  (isolate)
CAP 1141, c. praetermissum, CaneDog, 2019
CAP 1478, c. praetermissum, CaneDog, 2019 ISO (isolate)
CGN 22795, c. praetermissum, Brazil, OW, Semillas la Palma, 2019
CGN 22835, c. chacoense, Brazil, catchthebear, 2019
CAP 1446, c. chacoense ‘Hunziker’, PtMD989, 2019  (isolate)
c. lanceolatum, n=26, isolated, CaneDog, 2019  (isolate)
Rocopica c. cardenasii x unk rocoto, Brown F2 my pods  (isolate)
Wiri Wiri, c. chinense, true strain, wiri wiri via Cane Dog or my pod, 2019  (isolate)
Chili ‘Seguin’, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, wild collected, Seguin, TX, Devv, 2020 (isolate)
Pequin, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, Chihuahua, Mexico 2019 (isolate)
Capuccinno Chiltepin, c. annuum v Glab., F2 Semilla Palma 2019
 
Chinenses (6):
Yaki Blue Fawn, Cane Dog, 2019
Red Cardi Scorpion, Texas Hot Peppers, seed train, 2020JA Red Habanero, F5 (?), 2017
Yellow Scorpion, F7 or F8, 2018
Trippaul Threat v2 F3 Yellow x 4 - small pots
Purple Thunder Yellow, F4 x 4 - small pots
Trippaul Threat F9 White
 
Pubescens (5):
Ecuador Sweet Red, sinn, seed train, 2020
Tatiana Yellow F2, CD
San Pedro Orange F2, CD
Peruvian Red F4 or F5, orig. peruvian market seed
XL Brown F2, CD
 
Other (5):
Sugar Rush Red, c, baccatum, Jeff Contino, seed train.  2020
Variegated Jalapeño, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, F3 x 4 - small pots, catchthebear 2020
Orange Spice Jalapeño, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, F2 or lespaulde orig. 22019
Tasmanian Black, c. annuum, Bou 2020
Chili Costa Rica, c. frutescens, F2 or orig. THSC seed 2019
 
This is 30 plants. As always, the final seed
drop may look slightly *different  :rofl:
 
*Still waiting on 'A' train   :drooling:
 
PaulG said:
Narrowing down a bit...
 
Wilds (15):
Cumari Polluxc. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 2019 (isolate)
Cumari Flibu, c. praetermissum, Brazil, Pepper Guru 201  (isolate)
Cumari, Brazil, wild collected 1, c.preat/bacc v B., Brazil, Leo 72 2019  (isolate)
Cumari, Brazil, wild collected 2, c.preat/bacc v B., Brazil, Leo 72 2019  (isolate)
CAP 1141, c. praetermissum, CaneDog, 2019
CAP 1478, c. praetermissum, CaneDog, 2019 ISO (isolate)
CGN 22795, c. praetermissum, Brazil, OW, Semillas la Palma, 2019
CGN 22835, c. chacoense, Brazil, catchthebear, 2019
CAP 1446, c. chacoense Hunziker, PtMD989, 2019  (isolate)
c. lanceolatum, n=26, isolated, CaneDog, 2019  (isolate)
Rocopica c. cardenasii x unk rocoto, Brown F2 my pods  (isolate)
Wiri Wiri, c. chinense, true strain, wiri wiri via Cane Dog or my pod, 2019  (isolate)
Chili Seguin, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, wild collected, Seguin, TX, Devv, 2020 (isolate)
Pequin, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, Chihuahua, Mexico 2019 (isolate)
Capuccinno Chiltepin, c. annuum v Glab., F2 Semilla Palma 2019
 
Chinenses (6):
Yaki Blue Fawn, Cane Dog, 2019
Red Cardi Scorpion, Texas Hot Peppers, seed train, 2020JA Red Habanero, F5 (?), 2017
Yellow Scorpion, F7 or F8, 2018
Trippaul Threat v2 F3 Yellow x 4 - small pots
Purple Thunder Yellow, F4 x 4 - small pots
Trippaul Threat F9 White
 
Pubescens (5):
Ecuador Sweet Red, sinn, seed train, 2020
Tatiana Yellow F2, CD
San Pedro Orange F2, CD
Peruvian Red F4 or F5, orig. peruvian market seed
XL Brown F2, CD
 
Other (5):
Sugar Rush Red, c, baccatum, Jeff Contino, seed train.  2020
Variegated Jalapeño, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, F3 x 4 - small pots, catchthebear 2020
Orange Spice Jalapeño, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, F2 or lespaulde orig. 22019
Tasmanian Black, c. annuum, Bou 2020
Chili Costa Rica, c. frutescens, F2 or orig. THSC seed 2019
 
This is 30 plants. As always, the final seed
drop may look slightly *different  :rofl:
 
*Still waiting on 'A' train   :drooling:
Impressive list Paul looking forward to your grow
I don't know much about wilds next to nothing really only that they can be hard to grow / start
 
Paul all the very best for your grow this season. I am growing your “Purple Thunder” extremely good germination and I am looking forward to it. Take care and keep safe. I wrote off last season.


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PaulG

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Trident chilli said:
Paul all the very best for your grow this season. I am growing your “Purple Thunder” extremely good germination and I am looking forward to it. Take care and keep safe. I wrote off last season.


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Thank you, John, much appreciated.
Better times ahead, my friend!
 
Glad to hear the Purple Thunder is going
to get some of your famous TLC, brother!
 
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