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Old March 25, 2018   #16
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Hi How are your Pink Habaneros doing?
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Old March 25, 2018   #17
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Fine. I always forget to take my phone when I water them. I'll try to remember it tomorrow and then I'll post a pic.
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Old March 26, 2018   #18
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I forgot. Again.
Some pics of this night.
They look very compact to me. But maybe that is typical of chinense? My baccatums and annuums are taller.
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Old March 26, 2018   #19
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I forgot. Again.
Some pics of this night.
They look very compact to me. But maybe that is typical of chinense? My baccatums and annuums are taller.
That's just really odd...and yes, the chinense should be stocky at this stage. Please keep us updated; I'm very curious about this one!

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Old March 26, 2018   #20
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that looks very interesting. Eager to see how they do for your this year. Plus i'm eager to see these pink habs!
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Old March 29, 2018   #21
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Old March 29, 2018   #22
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Next to Numex Suave Orange (also a chinense) and Escabeche (baccatum). In the background some annuums.
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Old March 30, 2018   #23
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A silly question, could fertilizer cause this?
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I have seen something like that on my tomatoes and peppers, but they were outside, and it was burn caused by an unexpected Spring shower and hot Sun. Unrelated, sorry.
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You peppers look pretty. Leafy and stocky. Your pictures are great. Thanks for keeping us updated!
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hmmm, They look a bit stunted and the mottling is starting to look "virussy" to me. There are a number of mosaic viruses that can affect peppers some can be transmitted via seed. Alfalfa Mosaic Virus for example. apparently becoming more common in peppers and transmission may be seed borne.
Maybe goggle search some pepper viral diseases photos to compare. I am not a pepper person so have no personal experience with pepper diseases but the mosaic patterning looks suspicious.. where did you get your seeds?
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Old March 30, 2018   #25
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I haven't used fertilizer. I use organic certified potting mix, so no quick release fertilizers.
But a virus was something I was thinking of at first too. They are indeed very small. One leaf follows the next. Also when I compare them to the Numex Suave.
New leaves are almost white but they get greener when they grow.
I got the seeds from the mmmm swap.
I hope it's not contagious. I'll google that.
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