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heat What's the hottest thing you're growing this year?

Carolina Reapers, Red and Yellow Brain Strain, Red and Yellow Morugas, Ghosts, Doughlahs and a few others. I'm only growing out 800 this year because my gun range is taking up some space.
 

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MikeUSMC said:
I'll tell you what..... I haven't grown the Moruglah, but I've had or grown everything else in that list. I grew 7 Pot Lavas last year, and I can tell you, those peppers deserve some respect, haha! Don't treat them lightly ;)
To be honest I planted the seeds for the 7 pot lava without looking up what they are, now that I know I'm a bit scared. Justin White gave me the seeds as bonus on my order but I didn't have room to grow them last year. 

I grew Reapers, Bhut Jolokia "2017 strain", and Brain Strain Red last year. They were all extremely hot and ended up going into one powder mix that I labeled, "just a dash" because it heats up an entire dish with just one turn of the shaker.
 
The chocolate lava has been consistently the hottest in my garden the past 3 years, although the chocolate primo was a very strong contender last year. This year I'm trying the BTR and chocolate bhutlah in addition to some of the classic supers.
 
I'm only growing 1 superhot this year and that's the WAL7.  After eating BTR's and Moruga Satan Strains last year, I thought about growing those, but I decided to attempt a more "global" grow of peppers instead of just heat this year.  So I'll be trying to grow various peppers from around the globe to try out ... and probably kill all of them in the process, but hey, it's the thought that counts. :tear:
 
Mostly just P. Dreadie and MOA reds.
 
I will probably grow 1 or 2 Naglah Browns and 7 Pot Brown just because ive never grown any "chocolates". Supers are not really my thing. Even Bonnets push the limits of what i can tolerate.
 
Not sure which is the hottest as I've only tried the 7 pot yellow but here are the super hots im growing this year:
- jigsaw
- 7 pot yellow
- 7pot brainstrain yellow
- choc bhut x 7 pot yellow
- chocolate bin jolokia
- yellow nagabrains
- guyana scorpions
 
which do you guys think will be the hottest?
 
edit: added yellow nagabrains & guyana scorpions
 
A couple of weeks ago I saw a few photos of the black panther orange pheno on FB. I loved what they look like and decided I want to grow them. I have no idea how hot they are but after I manipulated the bag of seeds my nose started to itch and I started sneezing. Never experienced that before after manipulating seeds. So my guess is they must be hot and definitely hotter than all the other stuff I'm growing (some mild annuums)...
I will probably just be growing it as an ornamental :D .
 
A bit of an old thread, but...

I grew the BTR last year and it was a screamer. Perfect pheno on every one. I also grew butch T's Chocolate Moruga Brain. That was scary as hell.
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But that was last year. This year, I think my hottest will be the Brown Moruga (PL). I grow one every year and it's my go-to for people who want their face melted. Here's a pic from last year.
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I'm growing a lot of purples and crosses this year. More color than heat, I guess. But I also have a Chocolate Primo and Ramirez Stinger.
 
No-one seems to grow Dorset Nagas here?

Well, superhot seeds in South Africa are superhard to find, but a local nursery did have a young plant back in early Spring  (August for me) and I managed to keep it alive and finally harvested around 30 of the fruit which are way hotter than anything I'm used to! 
 
Let's hope the seeds are viable, and not an F1...!
 
 
 
 
 

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Nagareaper and red Lava are probably the hottest varieties in my grow this year, but I actually chose them as much for their flavor as for their heat. The red Lava pods that I saved seeds from had a really nice fruity taste, and I hear that the Nagareapers can be very sweet.
 
I grow Naga Morich, which is the variety that the folks in Dorset used to select their strain... Awesome pepper, but not nearly the hottest thing i'm growing this year.
huntsman said:
No-one seems to grow Dorset Nagas here?

Well, superhot seeds in South Africa are superhard to find, but a local nursery did have a young plant back in early Spring  (August for me) and I managed to keep it alive and finally harvested around 30 of the fruit which are way hotter than anything I'm used to! 
 
Let's hope the seeds are viable, and not an F1...!
 
 
 
 
 
 
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