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Thread: a tale of two peppers....

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    all this talks got me itchin to see what my butch t's turn out..... Got 5 out of 8 growing from seed so far....

    Butch, millworkman, did it take long for those specimens to reach that size? From what I've read, these super hots in general grow fairly fast from seed.....

    Nice plants nonetheless, interesting though how they've progressed and turned out....

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    thanks for the info Mill, great looking peppers :-)

    NJ, you're getting an awfully late start mate.... greenhouse?

    Greg,

    The first example was very slow to germinate, and then slow growing till it got good and hot outside. It really seems to thrive in the heat.

    The second example was practically a weed.... no problems whatsoever, and germinated in a matter of days.

    I guess it depends greatly on the species/seed stock

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    Gotcha. yeah I've read the extreme heats really helps, especially towards how hot the peppers are. Coincidence?? I think not...

    ---------- Post added at 10:11 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:09 PM ----------

    Did anything specific make you not go with Luke at the Hippy Seed Co when looking to aquire these seeds?

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    hehehehe luke at the hippy seed company...
    not really, I saw Jamie's video on youtube.... and did a search on ebay for the other


    Next time Im going with the university of new mexico's online store, but they have a couple varieties Id like to try

    http://www.chilepepperinstitute.org/

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    I feel the laughs. Good guy though. What a BBQ sauce! And amazed how I got my order in under a week coming from Australia.

    Nice link, I hadn't come across those folks in NM prior...

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    Love the video, I had seen it awhile ago but it's always good to see it again. I've got my peppers in a heated greenhouse that I can grow in all year. I've grown peter peppers before but this is my first go at bhut.
    there is a pleasure in being mad, which only a madman can enjoy!

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    Here are some yellow bhuts that I am currently growing. The plant structure looks just like your second pic butch. These are going to be nice and tasty.




    Previously known as: NY Plant Nerd

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    oh man... :-)

    When did you start yours?

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