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Old 05-22-2010, 05:10 PM #31
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I read the Gov of India is working on a Bhut Jolokia pepper spray. I would NOT want to be doused with that stuff.
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Can you guys give me some "hints and tips" for growing peppers, mainly germination of the bhut jolokia

Currently, my pepper plants are in pure coco. I hear they need a good bit of cal/mag (crinkled leaves are an indication of deficiency)

I have now:
Bhut jolokia (seeds germinating now- no sprouts yet)
Thai long hot
Thai sky hot
jalapeno
habanero
mandarin (bell pepper variety I think)
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Old 05-22-2010, 10:46 PM #33
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Hey hot pepper heads...check out this link:

https://www.chilepepperinstitute.org/

Excellent resource for chile peppers!
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I read the Gov of India is working on a Bhut Jolokia pepper spray. I would NOT want to be doused with that stuff.
Yea that's mentioned in the Wiki articel on the Bhut aswell. There's some good info on there, said something about the natives using one of these chilis to spice food for a family, to last a couple of days. Gives some idea on how to handle this baby in cooking.
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Can you guys give me some "hints and tips" for growing peppers, mainly germination of the bhut jolokia

Currently, my pepper plants are in pure coco. I hear they need a good bit of cal/mag (crinkled leaves are an indication of deficiency)
I haven't got much for general growing tips and there doesn't seem to me much details on the internet for growing peppers. I am basically starting with similar methods to cannabis, as this is my first grow. From there i will refine the methods and ingredients that are suited for peppers.

I do have a good method for sprouting the bhut seeds. I first tried the moist paper towel method. It worked but wasn't particularly fast and the roots got attached to the paper too easily.

The method that works GREAT is rockwool cubes. I soaked the cubes in water with a little lemon juice to adjust my charcoal filtered city tap water down to 6.5ish. Then placed them in a tray with a heating pad under the tray at 85deg F. Then covered the cubes directly with plastic wrap. The normal humidity dome had too much volume and the cubes dried out very quickly. With the plastic wrap i barely had to add any water after the original soak.

With this method i actually had 3 of 4 seeds sprout within 4 days. Bhuts typically take 10-14 days if not more. I had the 4th seeds sprouted at about 10 days.

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Can you guys give me some "hints and tips" for growing peppers, mainly germination of the bhut jolokia

Currently, my pepper plants are in pure coco. I hear they need a good bit of cal/mag (crinkled leaves are an indication of deficiency)

I have now:
Bhut jolokia (seeds germinating now- no sprouts yet)
Thai long hot
Thai sky hot
jalapeno
habanero
mandarin (bell pepper variety I think)
Hello fellow Chili head! That's a wonderful line up of chilis you have there, should make for some excellent hot sauces.
I'm currently growing:
2 Serrano
2 Thai Dragon
1 Red Savina Habanero
2 Purira
2 Jolokia (ghost pepper)

A good rule of thumb is to not plant your pepper until the soil is constantly warm, 70-75 degrees is optimal. Long hot days with plenty of sunshine are perfect for chilis. Good growing!

Another fun index: https://www.reimerseeds.com/alphabeti...ting_1027.aspx
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Could someone help me out with my peppers?!

So I've grown peppers like this before and have never had a problem until I picked up two IBL's. They are wilting when I put them outside. They are about eight inches tall in 3 gal pots. I got them at 3" tall in small square pots.

A Red Rocoto and a Purple Beauty. I have two hybrids going as well, a Long Red Cayenne and a Big Bell. Those two are perfectly fine

So the hybrids are fine, but my IBLS are wilting in the shade! when the sun hits them they look like they are dieing. I bring them in and they recover (But how much, i heard you are never supposed to let peppers wilt).

Their soil is not dry by any means and they flourish otherwise.
I dont have the room in my cab, and dont want to set up another light if I can use the freaking sun. Whats up? What can I do? This is the fifth day I'm attempting this for an hour to a couple hours each day before I end the torture.

How long does hardening off take and am I doing it wrong? I've never encountered this with any plant.
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I'll be doing this recipe for canned salsa this summer:

20 cups peeled, cored, chopped fresh tomatoes (mainly roma & some beefsteak)
5 cups seeded and chopped fresh peppers; or to taste
(using a combination of jalapeno, super chili, habanero)
5 cups chopped onion
20 cloves garlic, minced
1 1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
2 1/2 tablespoons salt
1 7/8 cup cider vinegar
5/8 cup fresh lime juice

(10 quart batch)

Combine all ingredients in a large pot. Bring to a boil over medium high heat. Reduce heat and simmer about 10 minutes. Pour hot salsa into hot pint jars, leaving 1/4 inch headspace. Seal jars with two piece caps. Process in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes.

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