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PaulG 2022

New Season, New Duck!
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Links to my Grow Logs:

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2017 2019 2020 2021
Trippaul Threat Community Grow
Purple Thunder Community Grow
Wild, Indeed Community Thread
Growing in the Pacific NorthWest Community Thread

2022 Pepper Grow - sowing date, hook dates, days to first hook, germ. ratio

Wilds / Semi-Wilds 2022
(12)

CGN 22795
- c. praetermissum, 2019 my seed - sown 11/19/21 - 12/15 x 2, 26 days 2/4
CAP 1491 - c. eximium Hunziker ‘Ulupica’, Bolivia, @Wiriwiri 2020 - sown 11/19/21 (pulled 1/5) No Show 0/4
CGN 20497 - c. cardenasaii ‘Ulupica’, Altiplano Bolivia, @Mr.joe - sown 11/19/21 - 12/19 x 2, 30 days 2/4
c. tovarii - Peru, @Mr.joe - sown 11/19/21 - 12/28, 1/2/22, 39 days, 44 days 2/4
CGN 22795 - c. praetermissum, Semillas la Palma 2021 - sown 11/30/21 - 12/12, 12/13, 12/17, 13 days 3/4
CAP500 - c. eximium, Semillas la Palma - sown 11/30/21 - 12/09 x 2, 1/7/22, 10 days 3/4
CAP524 - c. chacoense IPK accession, Semillas la Palma - sown 11/30/21 - 12/08, 12/09, 12/31, 9 days 3/4
‘Dwarf’ Chiltepin - c. annuum v Glabriusculum, Hermosillo, Semillas la Palma - sown 11/30/21 - 12/08, 12/10, 9 days 2/4
Tepin - c. annuum v Glabriusculum, @pshngo seed train- sown 12/20/21 - 12/29, 9 days 2/2

c. lanceolatum - Guatamala, Semillas la Palma - sown 11/30/21 (pulled 1/5) 0/4
-Re-start in AeroGarden 3 seeds - sown 1/5/22 - 2/7 x2, 33 days, 2/3 (2/14 hooks did not emerge from AG sponges)
Red Tepin - c. annuum v Glabriusculum, @Pr0digal_son - sown 12/04/21 - 1/22, 49 days 1/4
-Re-start in AeroGarden 2 seeds - sown 1/5/22 - 1/31, 2/7, 26 days 2/2
c. flexuosum - Monteiro Lobato, Brazil, @Pr0digal_son - sown 12/04/21 (pulled 1/5) 0/4
-Re-start in AeroGarden 2 seeds - sown 1/5/22 - 1/17, 1/19 12 days 2/2

Pequin 'Uvalde' - c. annuum v G., 2020 my seed - @CraftyFox seed train
- sown rockwool 5 seeds 2/7/22 - radicles 2/14 x 2, 2/17 x 2, radicle 2/19, Cotys 2/17 x 2, 2/22 x 3 10 days 5/5

c. lanceolatum - @catchthebear
- sown
rockwool 3 seeds 5/7/22 -
5/ 25, 18 days 1/3

Goat’s Weed - c. annuum v Glabriusculum 2014 my seed, Venezuela, @stc3248 2012
- sown 2/16/22 AeroGarden 3 seeds
-
0/3

Goat’s Weed - c. annuum v Glabriusculum 2017 my seed, Venezuela, @stc3248 2012
- sown 2/26/22 AeroGarden 2 seeds
-
0/3

Bird's Eye HTM - c. annuum, 2014 my seed, @Trippa 2013
- sown 2/27/22 AeroGarden 2 seeds - 0/3

Wintering Over Wilds / Semi-Wilds (10)
Crossed out plants that haven't grown out, or look weak.

c. chacoense 2021, purple flower, @Wiriwiri 2020 orig. GIP
Pequin Rojo 2021, Chihuahua, c. annuum v Glabriusculum, unk. Seed Train
Cumari 2021, (wild collected #2), Brazil, @leo72 2019, annuum v Glabriusculum
Cumari 2021, (wild collected #1), Brazil, @leo72 2019, c. praetermissum
CGN 24360 2020, BB Habanero, @catchthebear, c. chinense
’Tolito/Torolito2021, Guatamala, @Wiriwiri, c. frutescens / c. annuum v Glabriusculum (?)
Chiltepin Rojo 2021, Seguin, Tx, @Devv , c. annuum v Glabriusculum
Chiltepin Rojo 2019, NMSU, CPI 2012, seed from 2014, c. annuum v Glabriusculum
Cumari Polllux 2021, @Pepper-Guru 2019, c. praetermissum
Cumari Flibu 2021, @Pepper-Guru 2019, c. praetermissum
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c. chinenses 2022 (8)

Trippaul Threat v2 F3 -
Orange (PdN x BMJ) - sown 12/17/21 - 12/23, 12/24, 12/31, 6 days 3/3
.....................and Violet F7 - sown 12/17/21 - 12/27, 12/30, 10 days 2/3
Purple Thunder F4 BJh-3 - orange, blocky - sown 12/17/21 - 12/30 x 2, 1/13/22, 13 days 3/3
.....................and F4 BJh-Mys, red (TT x Red BJ) - sown 12/17/21 - 12/24, 12/28, 7 days 2/3
..............….....…..F4/5(?) BJh Mystery DR - Sown 12/20/21 - 1/5/22, 16 days 1/2 - (gave away)
Scotch Bonnet - LawrenceFamilyFarmTFM 2019 - sown 12/17/21 - 12/28 x 2, 11 days 2/3 (gave away)
......................or* Yellow Foodarama - sown 12/17/21 - 12/28, 11 days 1/3
Fatali 3rd gen - @CaneDog , orig. seed - sown 12/17/21 - (radicle 12/28) 1/8 x 2, 24 days 2/3
JA Red Habanero - 2019 A++ - sown 12/17/21 - 12/30 x 2, 1/3/22, 13 days both tri-coty 3/3
...........................or* 2017 large - sown 12/17/21- 1/1/22, 1/3/22, 15 days9 2/3 (culled, severe edema 3/6)
Hallows Eve - @Pepper Merchant - sown 12/17/21 - 12/29, 12/31, 12 days 2/3
Red Savina - 2016, @BlackFatalii (alternate) - sown 12/17/21 - 12/30, 1/3/22, 1/4/22 x 2 helmets, 13 days 4/4
BOC - 'OG' - @MarcV from Din Bjarnes (alternate) - sown 12/17/2 -1/8, 24 days 1/3
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c. baccatums 2022 (2)

Aji Amarillo
- c. baccatum v Pendulum, 2016 large pod - sown 12/17/21 - 1/1/22, 15 days 1/3
...........................................................or* 2017 F5 A+ - sown 12/17/21 - 1/5/22, 19 days 1/3
...........................................................or* 2019 - sown 12/17/21 - 12/26 x 4 2 helmets, 9 days 4/4 (gave away)
Inca Red - c. baccatum v Bacc. @Pepper Merchant - sown 12/17/21 - 12/26, 12/28, 9 days 2/3
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c. annuums 2022 (5)

Matt’s Variegated Jalapeño
- sown 4/1/22 - my seeds
................................................. ivory - 4/7 x 6, 6 days 6/6
................................................. ivory iso - 4/7 x 3, 6 days 3/3
................................................. white - 4/7 x 3, 6 days 3/3
Tiger Jalapeño x 2 - @Pepper Merchant, sown 4/1/22 - 4/9, 4/10, 4/14, 8 days 3/4 (gave away 1)
Padron x 2 - 2017, sown 4/1/22 - my seeds 4/10 x 2, 4/16, 9 days 3/3
..............or* Territorial Seeds 2021, sown 4/1/22 - 0/3
Mazateca x 2 - @ahayastani, sown 4/1/22 - 4/9, 4/11, 4/12, 8 days 3/6 (gave away 1)
Diente de Perro - @ahayastani, sown 4/1/22 - 4/9 x 2, 4/12, 4/14, 8 days 4/6 - 3 helmets
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Plants in small pots (8)

CGN 22795
- transplant 4/30 (8” Clay bulb pan)
Red Tepin 2/7 - transplant 3/25 (8” Clay bulb pan)
F9 White Lightening - (8" clay bulb pan)
c. galapagoense x 2 1 (gave one away) - #1NC container
Rocopica Brown x 2 1 (culled one, saving space) - 2.6 liter sq. pot
.....................................transplant 4/28 #2 NC container
Volunteer c. chacoense, purple flower - #1NC container
Volunteer Yellow Pequin - (transplanted to #2NC)
Volunteer Capucinno Chiltepin, Sonora - (transplanted to #2NC)
Volunteer Red Pequin x 4 1 (gave away 3) - (transplanted to #2NC)


* = plant seed of each type, select seedlings to go forward.

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Inca Red loading up with pods. Plant looks
good for the sucky weather. Forecast for the
second half of June looks much better.
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@Pepper Merchant - Do you have any particulars
about this variety? It has a great growrh habit and
looks to be very productive.
Very productive, we ended not even picking them late season. They are mild but have a sweet heat on the nose when you first bite into them, I found myself eating them right in the garden when picking other plants.

I use them in a sauce with black pepper and maple syrup I think @dangerbros enjoyed the sauce from these pods.

We are not growing any this year on account of the number of seeds generated last year by them but my mother has a few plants she enjoys at her place. Great for use in pasta.

Hope that helps!
 

PaulG

Extreme Member
Check out the thermometer on the canopy post :fireball:
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100˚F in the back yard.

Had to put movable plants under some kind of
shade for this three-day stretch of 90+ temps.

Shade cloth for some of the others in the big
containers.
 
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thoroughburro

Extreme Member
Yikes! We had a similar heatwave here… everything pulled through, but keeping up with watering containers at 100F is tiring!

How are your nighttime temperatures?
 

PaulG

Extreme Member
Yikes! We had a similar heatwave here… everything pulled through, but keeping up with watering containers at 100F is tiring!

How are your nighttime temperatures?
Same story here. 100˚F again in our yard
today then back to mid-70's to mid-80's.

Fortunately, night-time temps in mid-50's.
Glad to hear everything pulled through in
your neighborhood.
 
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PaulG

Extreme Member
We finally saw a little summer up this way the past few days too, Mr. G.

Thankfully, it wasn't nearly as warm as the PNW's end-of-June heatwave last year :shocked:
Looks like a little stretch of nice Summer
weather coming for the PNW, Mr. McDog!
Will be nice to have a bit of ‘normal’ Summer
to get the peppers up and running. Your grow
is looking sweet, my friend.
 
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