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#1801 Brewno Marz

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 08:57 PM

No idea about the chillies, but that kitchen looks like it is straight out of the 80's...

#1802 wide eyed and legless

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Posted 29 March 2017 - 09:06 PM

Looks like Long Cayenne I get stacks of them when grown outside grew some inside this year and only got a few, same with the capsicums inside 3or 4 on a plant outside 5 or 6, must be the wind helping pollinate the outdoors ones. 



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Posted 29 March 2017 - 11:58 PM

Anyone else had to deal with aphids this year?

Had to give my reapers a spray with some diluted dish soap, which made not only the aphids drop off but half the leaves too.

From what little reading I've done on the subject, I may have been slightly over-feeding my plants. Ooops.

 

Edit: Also, picked up a red habanero plant from the big green shed's clearance rack for $1. Score!


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Posted Yesterday, 03:39 AM

Can anyone identify these rottweilers?

 

 

Yep, as WEAL said, look like cayenne.

 

Also - is that Stanley Leasingham Moselle in the BG? Memories...



#1805 Ducatiboy stu

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Posted Yesterday, 06:32 AM

They almost look like mexican D'Abol blood chiiolies



#1806 Liam_snorkel

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Posted Yesterday, 06:47 AM

^ yep that would be my guess, although there are a few look alikes.  What's the flavour like Bribie?

They could be a variety of cayenne, or one of these weirdos:

 

https://thehippyseed...de-arbol-blood/

https://thehippyseed...galore-torpedo/

https://thehippyseed...uct/pusa-jwala/

https://thehippyseed.../product/rajah/



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Posted Yesterday, 06:48 AM

My Butch T, Carolina Reaper and Orange Habs have FINALLY started fruiting in the last week
The week long 45-47C days we had in the middle of summer hit them hard and they kept dropping the flowers
Looking good now though
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Posted Yesterday, 08:39 AM

The way to tell if they are D'Abol blood shillies is to dry them out. If the skin goes like red cellophane then you have blood chillies



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Posted Yesterday, 04:25 PM

So does the long cayenne get that cellophane feel to it due to the silica in the pod, reason I guessed the long cayenne was if it came up unaware to Bribie that would be the most common, and they can be pretty fierce.

How big do the Habs grow I have a load of White Habs but only as big as an acorn, should they be bigger? 



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Posted Yesterday, 05:07 PM

I'm going to lactic ferment them and do a Sriracha sauce, should last me for over a year.

 

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