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Re: Chillies and more chillies

Postby Russ » Fri Sep 29, 2017 4:19 pm

Chris24 wrote:
Russ wrote:
Chris24 wrote:
Russ wrote: Nice pic of the kiwi,lol. We got plants popping up everywhere.

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Mine are only just sprouting. I should have sown the seeds a few weeks earlier but life got in the way.
Some seeds where sent to be from a friend in Texas, Tepin, Filius Blue and Tabasco. I also bought some from Aussie, Scotch Bonnet, Nebru 7 Pod and they gave me some Sannam for free.

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Where are you based ATM.?

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I'm in Wellington. It's still a bit cold for planting (I know, I know it's Wellington) but I have a cheap poly tunnel to put stuff into.
I'm using a fish tank heater in a bin filled with water and floating the tray in it to keep thing warm enough to sprout.

Lol, we started 3 weeks ago planted in cylinder cupboard. Now outside under cover to harden up.
I'm in Chch btw.

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Re: Chillies and more chillies

Postby Chris24 » Fri Sep 29, 2017 9:15 pm

Russ wrote:
Lol, we started 3 weeks ago planted in cylinder cupboard. Now outside under cover to harden up.
I'm in Chch btw.

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No hot water cylinder here to keep things warm and toasty, as I have infinity hot water system. The fish tank heater method is cheaper than heat pads and works a treat.
My seeds went in three weeks ago as well but wanted them in about 7 or 8 weeks ago.
Just turned over the poly tunnel and it was 21'C in there. I could have had them planted a few weeks ago if I stated earlier.
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