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Old July 9, 2017   #1
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Old July 11, 2017   #2
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healthy looking plants, but how come I don't see any pepper pods?
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Old July 11, 2017   #3
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Looking good! None of my hots have pods of any size yet (actually, no, a couple do have sizable pods, but none of the super-hots). A bunch of my sweets are setting lots of pods.
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Old July 13, 2017   #4
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One pod on one plant, but it's early for me. It's been in the 100's mostly, but in the fall my peppers do great.
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These guys take a long time to produce pods. The plants look really good!
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Old July 24, 2017   #6
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Look nice, looking forward to hearing how they do!
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Updates!
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Trini perfume. 115 degrees expected. Not the pepper.
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There ya go! How's your Rocotillo doing? I've got bunches of pods but still nothing ripe yet.
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Very nice!

Are you north of the Bay Area?
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Happy to see the plants powered through the puffy stage. My Tasmanian Habanero behaved the same way. Great pics!
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Nice colors! Any plans for the harvests? Hot sauce? Powders? Looks like you'll be BUSY!
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Thanks all!


A tomato plant fell on top of the Rocottillo and Trinidad Perfume. Broke some branches but they recovered.

I am technically in the East Bay, but more of a central valley climate. I think we are expecting 115 this weekend, and we can see the smoke from the various nearby fires.


So far I have in mind these two hot sauce recipes for the Scotch Bonnets.


http://caribbeanpot.com/traditional-...-sauce-recipe/

http://jessicainthekitchen.com/scotc...arlic-carrots/
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