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    My first seeds came today and I'll get these two started this weekend. The really hot peppers take a long time to germinate and get to fruit bearing size.

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    Tomatoes, Jalapenos and other things will get started around Valentines day.

    What are your plans for this year?
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    Those will produce a lot of.... "burn".....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    My first seeds came today and I'll get these two started this weekend. The really hot peppers take a long time to germinate and get to fruit bearing size.

    What are your plans for this year?
    While they take a while to germinate, once they do they really take off, almost uncontrollably. I'll be interested to see what you do with your peppers.

    I've found that I can't handle the ghost peppers from my buddy's garden in much anything but a dried capacity, sprinkled on food. I've tried fresh salsa with his scorpions, and to me it's not really enjoyable unless the pepper ratio is cut back and blended with other peppers.

    I still like really spicy food, but maybe I'm turning into a wimp
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvbearcat View Post
    While they take a while to germinate, once they do they really take off, almost uncontrollably. I'll be interested to see what you do with your peppers.

    I've found that I can't handle the ghost peppers from my buddy's garden in much anything but a dried capacity, sprinkled on food. I've tried fresh salsa with his scorpions, and to me it's not really enjoyable unless the pepper ratio is cut back and blended with other peppers.

    I still like really spicy food, but maybe I'm turning into a wimp
    Well if you are then I'm already there. I learned my lessen while stationed in Mexico City back in the 70's. Only took one time to learn. Going down wasn't the problem, coming out the other end was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvbearcat View Post
    While they take a while to germinate, once they do they really take off, almost uncontrollably. I'll be interested to see what you do with your peppers.

    I've found that I can't handle the ghost peppers from my buddy's garden in much anything but a dried capacity, sprinkled on food. I've tried fresh salsa with his scorpions, and to me it's not really enjoyable unless the pepper ratio is cut back and blended with other peppers.

    I still like really spicy food, but maybe I'm turning into a wimp
    If you’re a wimp, then I’m a big baby. I enjoy Mexican food and it’s seasonings, things with a hint of spice.. But I don’t like anything remotely “hot” at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvbearcat View Post
    While they take a while to germinate, once they do they really take off, almost uncontrollably. I'll be interested to see what you do with your peppers.

    I've found that I can't handle the ghost peppers from my buddy's garden in much anything but a dried capacity, sprinkled on food. I've tried fresh salsa with his scorpions, and to me it's not really enjoyable unless the pepper ratio is cut back and blended with other peppers.

    I still like really spicy food, but maybe I'm turning into a wimp
    Most of what I do with them is make powders. Doesn't take much, so a lot of them get given away. My ghost peppers for 2017 were a let down frankly. They were about as hot as a Jalapeno. The Carolina Reapers were the real deal, though.
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    We just got the first seed catalog of the year today...but there is snow on the ground and it is butt-a$$ cold out.
    We're four months away from puting anything in the ground. We'll start some plants around mid-March...
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    I'm excited for 2018 as well. I had a terrible time with irrigation last year so I relocated my garden and installed some hydrants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrnTractor View Post
    I'm excited for 2018 as well. I had a terrible time with irrigation last year so I relocated my garden and installed some hydrants.

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    Mrs. CP’s Uncle always gives us butternut squash from the farm’s gardens. He just gave us these. He’s curious what the round one looks like inside and what it tastes like. I guess we get to be the guinea pigs. It looks like a butternut squash cross pollinated with a pumpkin.

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