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Thread: Bhut Jolokia seeds, yeah baby she's hot

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    Bhut Jolokia seeds, yeah baby she's hot

    Real and very wicked!!!

    Free with SASPE (small self addressed padded envelope) probably stick 4 stamps on envelope just to be safe.

    10 groups of 5 uber fresh seeds (harvested this week)... excellent pedigree and organically grown.

    These were pollinated with other Bhut Jolokia only.

    Difficult plants... see info: http://www.chilepepperinstitute.org/...olokiaInst.pdf

    1 pack limit and no reselling on ebay.

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    Enjoy, something a little different.
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    I'd love in on this! I've been looking to get some ghost chillies for a long time now! But only put me on the list if they could grow on my rack under my t5's because it is nearing winter here in nyc.
    Thanks!

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    Doom, i dont know about indoors... these are a rather big bush mate.... it's your call,

    I figured most would start them indoors about January and transfer outside with the temps are right.

    I can tell ya these are a royal pain to germinate and grow while young...

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    Oh well if they can be started indoors and then transfered outside thatys great. I didnt want them to become unviable inthat time. But that would work really well.

    Have you ever eaten one raw? How would you describe it if you have.. Also, do they get close to their potential in these climates? Thanks

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    I'm very excited to try these, and even more pleased I invested in a heat mat recently! Thanks, and I'll make sure I give away any seeds I might get from em. Any tips on how you got them to produce seed easily?
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    think pyroclastic flow

    I just had 4 plants next to each other... no other peppers around. Not a heavy fruiting.... but enough to pass on some seed and make some great salsa.

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    Sign me up. One of my friends is a real Chili Head and should be able to grow 'em in his greenhouse.
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    hehehe will do Warren, Ill see if i cant send ya a little bit of dried flesh too....

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