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Old 11-01-2020, 01:23 PM #1711
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i can report in that green reapers, are not as hot as a red reaper in the heat of august.... but they are still MoFo's.... .... but with them being a bit less fiery, people say the 1st bite is fruity... and i tasted fruity last nite, but then the hotness... i ate about 1/4 of the pepper then it was shit-canned, and i ate some lemon hots and a couple of thai's
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How hard are pepper plants to clone? Can one do it the same way as they do cannabis?


Got almost ten chocolate ghost peppers that have been growing up in our loft from seed since May. It took them forever to really get growing. Was originally planing on growing them outside, but that has long passed. Now I think we will try flowering them inside, after cloning them first?
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if u r growing em inside , why clone em as they r perennials... my peppers in pots r 5+ years old... i just bring em in every fall, cut em back, n they r ready next spring...
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How hard are pepper plants to clone? Can one do it the same way as they do cannabis?


Got almost ten chocolate ghost peppers that have been growing up in our loft from seed since May. It took them forever to really get growing. Was originally planing on growing them outside, but that has long passed. Now I think we will try flowering them inside, after cloning them first?

Some can be cloned. I've only done tabascos. Took a while, so be patient. Bottom heat helped.
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I tried to clone my Thai birds eye in the window sill after dipping in clonex after 3 weeks nothing. I put it in the aero cloner to see.

I did not want to bring outside plants indoor as I was worried they would have hitchhikers that might spread to other plants. Being that they were basically in quarantine for 3 weeks I am not worried now and hope they root. Need more hotties!

Still haven't made hot sauce gotta get on that before they start to rot. Hopefully this week.
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I did not want to bring outside plants indoor as I was worried they would have hitchhikers that might spread to other plants. Being that they were basically in quarantine for 3 weeks I am not worried now and hope they root. .
thats always a worry, n every year i bring some in... this year i'm going to bomb the room - drdoom doesn't kill all of em, but it does work on quite a few ... i also have some powder which i sprinkle on the soil... can't use it on the peppers... but on the hibiscus,jasmine,gardenia, etc all get a nice dusting...
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oh bother.

i've been interested in growing some datils for a while. would hate to invest time and effort into janky/bs seeds.
any recommendations? or anybody have experience with datil peppers? TIA
It's a Florida pepper and has a huge following in some communities. Even a yearly festival. Those aren't exactly a rare pepper so they are fairly easy to get.

Outside of Datil, I'd suggest Aji Pineapple - similar peppers. If you want something a bit hotter with a similar sweetness present, look into Fatalii or MOA Bonnets.



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so there are reapers and scorpions at a store here imported from the netherlands melissa's brand, I grabbed a pack of the reapers and tried making a sauce with it

it came out amazing for my first try and I really can't diss on reapers, but I have to say based on the 7 pot primo sauces I've had that primos are a meaner pepper

the official listing for reapers is pakistani nagaXred habanero

nice fruity chili pepper nose, not quite as fruity as 7 pot primos, relatively low mouth pain compared to ghost pepper experiences I've had

but here's the deal, the heat from reapers is a lot easier to tame than 7 pot primos, it doesn't last and last like the primo heat and water helps a lot more

I put 6 peppers in what simmered down to a 5oz bottle, lots of garlic

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so there are reapers and scorpions at a store here imported from the netherlands melissa's brand, I grabbed a pack of the reapers and tried making a sauce with it

it came out amazing for my first try and I really can't diss on reapers, but I have to say based on the 7 pot primo sauces I've had that primos are a meaner pepper

the official listing for reapers is pakistani nagaXred habanero

nice fruity chili pepper nose, not quite as fruity as 7 pot primos, relatively low mouth pain compared to ghost pepper experiences I've had

but here's the deal, the heat from reapers is a lot easier to tame than 7 pot primos, it doesn't last and last like the primo heat and water helps a lot more

I put 6 peppers in what simmered down to a 5oz bottle, lots of garlic

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I will pay to see you chug that! I was thinking a case of bottles for that many ghosts or scorpions.
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