that Aji's been going for about 80 days if my calculations are correct, and looking mighty good for it! Very fast growth, its gonna be a bumper harvest this year!
All the best!
Hi Rick Dennish is in Yorkshire I'm on the east coast probably the furthest point away from you as you look at the UK.stickman said:
Hi Jay, and welcome to the zoo! Cheers for the good vibe.
The Forbing Nagas came from a collaboration between a couple of THP members, one of whom lives just up the state from you near Shreveport. He sent me some f2 pods last year and my plants come from those seeds. http://thehotpepper.com/topic/52593-windchicken-2015/page-18#entry1232024
Cheers Simmie! How's the weather up in Yorkshire? Still too cold to plant out?
Superhot Sim said:Hi Rick Dennish is in Yorkshire I'm on the east coast probably the furthest point away from you as you look at the UK.
Plants go out in the poly tunnel in the sunny humid poly tunnel all day but still to cold at nights for plant out.
Won't be long.
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lots of horse poo ! ,Devv said:Next year I bite the bullet and do the soil test. It's about time, it's no longer sand Re-mineralize, what does that entail?
By heavy soil, I mean the really nice top soil, not clay. But the sort of soil that gets sticky when it gets wet and you walk on it, you know you get taller My primary garden area is 40x40 and I'll bet I've tilled in over 100 yards of leaves, mulch, and compost over the last 6 years. It just goes away. But, I'll say this, when I plant the cover crop it comes in a nice dark green. I have about 30 gallons of char to grind up. And will cut down some dead wood to make more..
Keep building that soil! Your results show it
moruga welder said:did you get a chance to look up that book RUTH STOUTS no till garden ?
Datil said:Looking great Rick!
karoo said:Good looking plants .
Love the Aji oro
OCD Chilehead said:Those plants are ready for some sunshine. Some big leaves on some of them. Good luck with the row covers. I'm going to wait a little while. My temps are in the 40's at night, but the plants need to get a little bigger inside before I put them in the hoophouse.
ThatBlondGuy101 said:Those leaves are looking incredible! Very happy plants!
With your soil salinity, do you often get winds from the ocean direction? Or any salt lakes or the like? Weather from that direction could possibly bring with it some saltiness for your soil... But there's plenty of ways to deal with it, so you shouldn't have Tok much of a problem. Good luck.
Devv said:Plants are looking stellar Rick!
Interesting that the salt could be from the runoff, but it does make sense.
I started cutting the tines for my broadfork yesterday and the Oxygen regulator failed while cutting the third one. It popped and really scared the crap out of me, I quickly shut the valves. A diaphragm failed, parts are on the way.