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Your peppers please!

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by wascaptain, Jun 9, 2016.

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    VTMi'kmaq

    VTMi'kmaq Well-Known Member

    "May rocks their silence break and speak nationally through a better knowledge of soil for food as the basis of national health and thereby a national strength for the prevention of war and for the simplest road to peace. Our future national strength must rest in our soils" - William Albrecht

    I need to share this with my gardening buddies here. Go ahead delve into that page.......you'll love it i bet!
    http://rockdustlocal.com/index.html

    http://store.rockdustlocal.com/Rock-Dust-and-Clay_c_8.html

    All the topshelf organic farmers use these products up here in vermont i just found out.
     
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    jonnyquest

    jonnyquest Well-Known Member

    Ah cool aji panca is nice, they are mild but have a good flavour, people mostly use them for sauces and as a marinade for bbq's
     
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    bbyb420

    bbyb420 Well-Known Member

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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    I awoke to find beautiful white blooms on my aji panca.
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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    image.jpg No more peppers please.. Lol
    This has to be the end
    Gunna use these for more pepper jelly.
     
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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    Cleaned a bed for next seasons peppers.
    Added 4 feed bags of sheep/donkey poop. And 2 bags of rabbit poop. Gunna throw in my coffee grinds also thru out the winter
     

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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    i ordered some ghost pepper and 7 pot primo super hot seeds for next season.

    it was my first order with this guy, he sent me a gift box of super hots as a gift with my seed order.

    if yall thinking about ordering super hots give this long hair's site a look " peppers by mail"

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    first time i've grown peppers, ate all the green peppers and banana peppers already, letting the habaneros dry, planning to make a big ole pot of eye melter chili in january when its cold and depressing
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    3 days drying, no idea how long it ought to take, have em setting by my dehumidifier and turn em a couple of times a day
     
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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    IMG_1772.JPG super hots are coming around
     
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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    the dried peppers and the last of the season, gonna frost tonight 100_2320.JPG
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member

    Just a quick pic of a hab...tons of jalapeƱos, Costa Rican and poblanos in green red and purple too, will try to find more pics... IMG_0796.JPG
     
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    Giddy up

    Giddy up Well-Known Member

    Some poblanos, jalapeƱos and Costa Rican's...first freeze here was the last week of September and so these peppers spent the last six weeks or so of life under some T5s in my basement...lesson learned: start seeds in January, not march lol IMG_0838.JPG
     
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    thewanderer718

    thewanderer718 Well-Known Member

    Yes i learned that lesson also (started to late) so i had to move my Aji Panca indoors, i just keep it in my sun room and it seems to like it.
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    even have some new flowers showing up.
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    made a heap of powders up today after dehydrating a couple piles of chillis...
     
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    wascaptain

    wascaptain Well-Known Member

    IMG_1813.JPG Here's my supper hots, reapers, ghosts and 7 pots.

    These are in my clone cab.

    I moved some outside in a hoop green house I put over a 4x8 raised bed.
     
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    ruby fruit

    ruby fruit Well-Known Member

    They look bloody fantastic
     
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    mechanicritter

    mechanicritter Member

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    My peppers are slackin! If they don't hurry I might have to bring them inside.
     
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    OrganiChron

    OrganiChron Member

    Some of mine from this past season.
     

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    Roger A. Shrubber

    Roger A. Shrubber Well-Known Member

    getting an early start on green peppers 100_2424.JPG
     
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