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Old June 20, 2017   #16
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Default Carolina Reaper -- June 20

Originally Posted by ScottinAtlanta View Post
Superhots do take a little more care, and seem to yellow more easily before finally getting going. I think it is a root issue. Be careful with the water, ensure full sun, go easy on the ferts, and you will lose about 10% in any case.
Yikes! I hope not since I only planted one. Seriously, mine is doing fine.
A little insect damage but not too bad considering the heavy rains we had in the last few days.
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Old June 20, 2017   #17
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I have a 7 Pot Primo going. Starting to flower now.
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Old June 21, 2017   #18
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If it's like mine last year, you will get a ton of pods, then wonder what to use them for.

Fwiw, they keep very well in the fridge. I still have about a quart that I need to seed.

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