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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful plant.
What are the cons? None!
Sowed my seeds from Baker Creek last year directly into my garden last year, had good growth, but no pods last year. Have learned a lot from some fellow chile heads on-line, I let them stay in the ground all year long, no potting and moving inside here! Just had to cover them a couple of times last year after I topped them and they are growing like champions! I can't find a tip without a blossom, and have a lot of pods on already! Come on heat!
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What are the pros? Great taste
What are the cons? None
Use heat pad really helps on germination. I start mine 3 moths ahead of planting which helps with yield amount and quality. Use 3 sulfur tabs per plant, mushroom compost, and endo mycorrhizal fungi to boost root system. Last year was the worst garden yea ever, I am my 50s,and this pepper out produced the other 4 super hots by a land slide.
What are the pros? 99% germination, healthy plans
What are the cons? none
Great peppers. Long time until ripened, bit I knew to expect this, so no complaints.
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Quick grower, easy to grow
Started by using the paper towel method for 5 days. After the 5 days, I placed the seeds in peat pellets and placed them next to a sunny window. Surprisingly, out of the 5 seeds I used, all 5 sprouted without any heating pads within 2-3 weeks. Since I live in a coastal area, I transplanted the seedlings into 15 gallon containers and placed them in a greenhouse. Right now the plants are 3 ft tall, have nice big leaves, and are producing a lot of pods.