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preping scorpions, and ghost for winter indoors

Posted by datil (wayne@datilsensation.com) on
Wed, Sep 15, 10 at 5:18

Hi, thought I would share this with you, I have several scorpions, and ghost chili's they are in 1 gallon pots, they are about 3' tall, I cut them down about 60% of their height, In a week or so they begin budding out at cut, and up and down the stock. For me it makes it much eiser keeping them indoors, I do this as a expierment, usually I start from seed each January. I have found the newly seeded peppers do much more fruit production than the older chili's.I have four plants out side,I am picking about 30-40 peppers every few days, they are maturing now at a very fast rate, the chili's are 10+'tall, I fertilized them one time when I planted them on may 15th. one hand full of rabbit manure, I have plenty of ghost, and scorpion seeds, if interested contact wayne@datilsensation.com or 423-292-2472 thank you, Datil


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RE: preping scorpions, and ghost for winter indoors

I would love some seeds I will email you . Thank you.


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  • Posted by addaboy 8 (Macon, Georgia) (My Page) on
    Wed, Sep 15, 10 at 23:40

Wow ! Datil
They really sound like beautiful plants .I got stuck with seeds last yr..that were not what I ordered..Mr Ravi has been kind enough to send me a few seeds...Do you have any pic's to post of your Jolokia's . Thanx Dave in Ga. (PS) I may be needing a few seeds also Mr Ravi wasn't sure as how many he could send as he was helping so many other people out Good Man this Mr Ravi..


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RE: Preping Scorpions, and Ghost for winter indoors

Here's a picture of the Ghost & Scorpion Peppers that I was referrencing......

Thanks,

Wayne

a href="http://s1178.photobucket.com/albums/x369/DatilSensation/?action=view¤t=Sept2nd2010plantsandgreenhseroof029.jpg" target="_blank">Harvesting Ghost Peppers


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Here's a close-up.....picture from July 2010

Ghost Pepper Plant


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RE: Sweet Datil Pepper Plant

Sweet Datil Pepper Plant


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RE: preping scorpions, and ghost for winter indoors

Superb growing!
Those are giant, healthy plants.

Josh


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Beautiful plants indeed but the first pic is a naga morich and the second isn't a scorpion. Sorry to say. :(


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RE: preping scorpions, and ghost for winter indoors

Sorry I see know the last pic isn't suppose to be a scorpion.


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