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HOT peppers

Postby fishlips » Oct Sun 01, 2017 8:26 pm

well my Thai peppers grew very well this year,getting ready to pick and dry in a week.Yooper,how did yours do this year,Kingfisher,these are not even close to the heat of those Carolina Reapers,and Chocalate Budahs you gave me,and that hot sauce is SUPER HOT.Anyone want some HOT sauce,Kingfisher has the goods.May the heat be with you.
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby Yooper » Oct Sun 01, 2017 11:10 pm

fishlips wrote:well my Thai peppers grew very well this year,getting ready to pick and dry in a week.Yooper,how did yours do this year,Kingfisher,these are not even close to the heat of those Carolina Reapers,and Chocalate Budahs you gave me,and that hot sauce is SUPER HOT.Anyone want some HOT sauce,Kingfisher has the goods.May the heat be with you.


I skipped a year due to the amount I over grew last year and the crap weather for starting plants this year. I have a good stash to get me through the winter. I just hope the seeds I saved will stay good till next year.
Looks like you had a good crop.
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby fishlips » Oct Mon 02, 2017 5:22 am

Let me know if ya need any seeds
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby MC_angler » Oct Mon 02, 2017 9:04 am

Nice looking thai peppers!

The variety I grew this year had about 5x that much fruit per plant, but they were super tiny, about the length of a thumbnail

My habaneros did ok, but they still have a ton of buds and small fruit. I am planning on overwintering them inside and seeing if I can't get them going early next spring
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby kingfisher » Oct Mon 02, 2017 11:31 am

Not a very neat garden after a microburst knocked 2/3 of them over, and had some varieties from last year come up on their own, gonna be picking for a week! https://imgur.com/a/IPjRy https://imgur.com/9CWyWn6 https://imgur.com/Uf3QzPd
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby fishlips » Oct Mon 02, 2017 5:26 pm

kingfisher wrote:Not a very neat garden after a microburst knocked 2/3 of them over, and had some varieties from last year come up on their own, gonna be picking for a week! https://imgur.com/a/IPjRy https://imgur.com/9CWyWn6 https://imgur.com/Uf3QzPd

that's some HOT peppers right there.
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby fishlips » Oct Mon 02, 2017 6:12 pm

MC_angler wrote:Nice looking thai peppers!

The variety I grew this year had about 5x that much fruit per plant, but they were super tiny, about the length of a thumbnail

My habaneros did ok, but they still have a ton of buds and small fruit. I am planning on overwintering them inside and seeing if I can't get them going early next spring


Hey Ben,this plant wasn't in the pic,these are very small,but the hottest of all the Thai peppers I grow

these are the variety of my Thai peppers
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby Yooper » Oct Mon 02, 2017 10:35 pm

fishlips wrote:
kingfisher wrote:Not a very neat garden after a microburst knocked 2/3 of them over, and had some varieties from last year come up on their own, gonna be picking for a week! https://imgur.com/a/IPjRy https://imgur.com/9CWyWn6 https://imgur.com/Uf3QzPd

that's some HOT peppers right there.

Those look good, but in small doses. :clown :fop
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Re: HOT peppers

Postby kingfisher » Oct Tue 03, 2017 6:59 pm

And they taste good, I will put in 1/2 a pepper for a pot of beans and rice-- good stuff--
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