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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Cool trying the hottest pepper
What are the cons? blend with other peppers
My son asked me to get some hot-pepper seeds for a hydroponics project.
Wow, are these babies hot. I thought that the Ghost Pepper was the hottest but I just found out these are the hottest on the Scoville scale.
I can see blending these to make a hot sauce but not by themselves. I'm talking chemical heat like burn your tongue off.
Seeds germinated and grew well. These were started in winter and I know nothing about hydroponics. It's May 30 and he's harvesting.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good germination, great plant
What are the cons? None
I started these early on Christmas Day since super hots are slow growers. Had fast germination in about 6 days in soil, trays, mini greenhouse with heat pad. They are going outside in a week and already have flowers ready to produce Reapers!
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? HOT HOT HOT
What are the cons? germination was long
I started these last year in the beginning of March under a HID light along with some Ghost peppers from here also. They took forever to germinate but I got around a 90% germination rate and put them outside in the garden a little early before the soil was warm and that slowed them quite a bit, I also had deer eat the tops off them all. they started to set fruit about the end of July and then the deer left them alone( I did find one half eaten reaper and would have loved to seen the reaction of the deer) all in all I ended up with a large pizza box full of reapers and 2 full of ghost peppers (I dry my peppers in these boxes and it works great because they are not stacked on each other and don't mold) I thought these were easy to grow but you need patience.
What are the pros? Germinate easy, great flavor
What are the cons? Slow maturity
One of the hottest, best tasting peppers I've tried. Very slow maturity! Its best to start germinating in December on a heat tray and keep indoors under a grow lamp until spring.
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Prolific, super hot
What are the cons? Takes time
These peppers ARE growable for the average gardener. Of coarse, they do take a very long growing season to get mature, red peppers. Start indoors on a heat mat (85-90 degrees) to get that needed jump start. They take a while to germinate, so be patient! I soak my seeds in 1% potassium nitrate solution for 12 hours and that seems to speed things up in the germination department . Once they get established, they will take off! Remember to use fertilizer.