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Old 05-14-2010, 08:19 PM #11
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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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Old 05-15-2010, 06:51 AM #12
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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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Old 05-15-2010, 10:19 AM #13
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wow nice big fat leaf on them all ,, look great ...
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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!
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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.

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Old 05-16-2010, 11:55 AM #16
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Since I love spicy food I googled the hottest pepper and found the bhut jolokia.


Did you ever taste them? I like peppers too, but the taste of the bhuts has nothing to do with spicy!! It is not even a taste, but pure pain (remembering the first time i tasted my indoorgrown Bhuts, i´m still crying).

Edit: Wear at least handgloves, better glasses too, when you handle the Bhuts fruits.
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Old 05-16-2010, 03:54 PM #17
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Did you ever taste them? I like peppers too, but the taste of the bhuts has nothing to do with spicy!! It is not even a taste, but pure pain (remembering the first time i tasted my indoorgrown Bhuts, i´m still crying).

Edit: Wear at least handgloves, better glasses too, when you handle the Bhuts fruits.
No I haven't. The hottest I've had is only habaneros. 300K~

Wow pure pain huh? Have you seen the video on YouTube of the guy who eats SUPER hot chilis? He even tells you flavors he picks up before the nasty side effects.

Not sure if this is a legit bhut probably a naga which is a relative because Bhuts are longer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaEjc...=youtube_gdata
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I also like growing hot peppers. Everything else is easy to grow but peppers are a bit finicky.

this year I've got the following:
- Filius Blue hot pepper (also referred to as peri-peri). This one is really cool, it has very delicate tiny blue flowers and the peppers themselves will look like small purple/blue grapes.

- Friars Hat pepper - the fruits have a really cool shape, thought I'd give em a try.

-Rooster spur - grew these last year, good staple for many recipes.

-thai dragon - same deal, grew em last year and and liked them

-Hot orange ginger pepper - don't know much about this one.

-a wide variety of more common peppers like cayennes, red chili, jalepeno and habenero.
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peppers are amazing, and if you cook even better.
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Old 05-16-2010, 05:44 PM #20
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Hehee, I've got some 600 000 scoville sauce that I've been still scared to try. I'm lightweight when it comes to chiles. But then again naga morich powder is really good when used in moderation. Last year they sold them fresh at the markets, maybe this year again..
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