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Old June 4, 2018   #16
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roper2008 nice plants and good selection you have going.

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Thanks for the link Rajun.
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Old June 4, 2018   #17
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Default Fushimi and Kawalo

Sorry, not fushimi. They are pepperichino
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Old June 26, 2018   #18
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The peppers are starting to come in now and it should only get better.

The top is Ghost peppers. Going clockwise is Jalapenos and I noticed these were corking so I'll let them turn red from now on. I don't know what variety they are but maybe they'll grow longer on the 2nd flower set.

The bottom is Fish Pepper, I have them planted next to Butch T Trinidad Scorpions and I'm seeing some crazy variations in these. I know it shouldn't make a difference but look at the different shapes from different plants. One plant throws mostly white thin peppers, then another has mostly green with white stripes and look at those little stubby peppers.

At 9:00 is ShiSheeto peppers. I'm letting some turn red to save seeds. This is the first year growing them and they are delicious. I wish I had started more plants, I could eat these like candy.
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Old June 26, 2018   #19
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My next batch is coming to flower. These are Poblamo, California Wonders and more Kawalo . The Fushimi's are still producing maybe 10-12 a week. I am completely shocked at their stamina. They grew well and even the aphids had no effect on them.Totally a keeper.
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Old June 29, 2018   #20
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This year's earliest peppers!
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Old June 29, 2018   #21
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The only green peppers I had ripe so far were Gypsy Hybrid, so I entered them in the green pepper category for the county fair.
They won!




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Congratulations!
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Got second on Jalapeno category with Purple Jalapeno.




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Nice peppers to both of you and Congrats on winning!!
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Old June 29, 2018   #25
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Indeed, nice peppers from everybuddy. My first are clockwise from top: Corbaci, Zolotitstyi Sweet, Purple UFO and a bell from seeds I saved from a Sprouts Market pepper.
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Old June 29, 2018   #26
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Beautiful!
Are those tomatoes at the top? If so, what kind are the elogated ones? They remind me of what Ii am expecting from some I am growing from Artisan. Can't recall the name.
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Those in the top edge of the pic are Maglia Rosa from Artisan. Your pic looks like Lucky Tiger or some other Artisan Tiger. There's even a KARMA Pink in the upper left hand corner. I should have many more peppers (with the hope of not jinksing) soon.
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Maglia Rosa! That's the seed I grew!.
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>>> These were hard to grow with the bacon on them, Bacon Jalapeno seeds are hard to find.

Have you tried grafting, I've read somewhere on the internet that grafting would work.



Awesome pepper production Sqwibb, you set the bar so high.
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Old June 30, 2018   #30
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This is also my first year for Shi★★★★o. I ended up with five plants and like you I can't get enough.
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