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    I love the hottest peppers!

    Hey what's up all. I still haven't been able to do a stealth grow but I couldn't take it anymore I had to grow something!! Since I love spicy food I googled the hottest pepper and found the bhut jolokia. I also ordered a few of the other hottest peppers to have a variety.

    Bhut jolokia
    Chocolate bhut jolokia
    Yellow bhut jolokia
    Naga moriche
    Trinidad scorpion
    Trinidad seven pot
    Caribbean red habanero
    Congo black habanero
    Peruvian aji

    I planted them Saturday and since then I had 1 Caribbean 1 Seven Pot and about 8 aji sprout. Spicy peppers are known to take a full 3-4 weeks to germinate so I gotta be patient. I planted them in a 105 jiffy pod dome. I removed the sprouted ones into small styrofoam cups with 2 holes in bottom and filled with Miracle Grow organic choice garden soil.

    I'm looking for what nutes to feed and feedback

    pics soon

    #2
    Good luck with the grow!

    Here is a pic of my bhut jolokia's at week 5 since germination.

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      #3
      Cool!

      Any nutrient recommondatuins?

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        #4
        Looking good organicgreen ..
        Ive just received some bhuts also amongst a few other varieties you mentioned boom boom ..
        Im not sure about eating any , might end up just ornamental , you did see the clip of the guy eating them did you??
        Ive grown tonnes of chillies and peppers , they are very easy to grow ,, just dont let them get wet feet too long and they like a feed of seaweed, fish emulsion now and then much the same as most vegetables ..
        Apparently the weather and amount of water they receive can affect the taste and hotness of your chillies , a long hot dry summer will give you real hotties in comparison to a cooler wetter summer ..

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          #5
          Yea I seen videos of people eating haha.

          What nutrients are you using? Still no answer for that.

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            #6
            Where'd you get all the naga and bhut seeds? I saw some bhut jol before but it was like $7 for 10 seeds....

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              #7
              Originally posted by BoomBoom View Post
              Yea I seen videos of people eating haha.

              What nutrients are you using? Still no answer for that.

              The chillies i grow in pots i use a rich potting mix with peat, perlite , vermiculite, sawdust and chicken manure , theres most likely a bit of peanut shell and a few other things ...
              other than that i just use seasol , its a fish, seaweed fert , once a fortnight ..

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                #8
                Originally posted by ninfan77 View Post
                Where'd you get all the naga and bhut seeds? I saw some bhut jol before but it was like $7 for 10 seeds....
                I got mine from the hippyseed company , and yes they werent cheap , $7 for 10 sounds about right , they mentioned lots of folks sell them but many are not the true bhuts ,, and can often turn out to be something else entirely ..
                just be careful striking them i guess ,, not like we havent spent more on other seeds ... jiffy pots sound like a good way to go ... thats the info the lads at the hscompany gave me ..

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                  #9
                  Pepper Jolokia. (25) VPEP-JK. Packet: $3.00
                  Also called Naga Jolokia, Bhut Jolokia, and Ghost Chili. These peppers from India hold the Guinness Book of World's Records world's hottest pepper. Tapering 3" orange-red, rough-skinned peppers. Apparently a cross between Capsicum chinense and C. frutescens. Eat these fresh or dried when you want an extreme experience!
                  http://www.jlhudsonseeds.net/VegetablesE-R.htm

                  this website has every seed you need and great customer service

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                    I'm thinking I'm gonna leave them in dome a lil longer instead of putting into cups and direct sunlight... or was that the right thing to do?
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                      #12
                      Originally posted by organicgreen0 View Post
                      Good luck with the grow!

                      Here is a pic of my bhut jolokia's at week 5 since germination.


                      Looking great..I just transplanted my Ghost peppers!





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                        #13
                        wow nice big fat leaf on them all ,, look great ...

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                          #14
                          Beautiful plants. Gotta love peppers! I'm going to get some indoors before winter hits this year. I want some spicy fresh peppers and juicy tomatoes in Feb!
                          My Veg Cab

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                            #15
                            Hey folks. Thought I would share two exciting peppers I just transplanted. Put them into 3gal pots.

                            A purple beauty and a red rocoto. The purple beauty is a sweet bell but the red rocoto is a hot spicy pepper that can be up around 100,000 SKU. Not the hottest by any means, but has some kick.

                            The red rocoto has furry leaves! And the seeds are black. I've heard the flowers are pretty with purple tips but I have yet to see one, its still very young. I'll get a better picture of the furryness. Its really furry.
                            Oh and that is an ozark beauty strawberry plant to the right.
                            Last edited by Skip; 05-09-2012, 19:52.

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