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DonChris' first chiligrow and bonchi experiment.
« : Maaliskuu 27, 2011, 13:35:21 ip »
Location: Denmark, Lolland
Seeds; Santa Fe Grande, Bhut Chocolate, Senor Serrano and corno di Toro. Bought at Chilihouse.dk.

So far only the Bhut Chocolate hasn't germinated yet.

Ok short introduction story.

I used to grow weed, but when I this February became a parent to a beautiful boy I quit and wanted to have something else to have fun with. Then I tasted a mix-chili pack from the local mall and got very interested in growing different strains with different heat and taste. Looked around and bought some seeds. Of course I wanted to strongest of the strongest, but I've realized Im not that into very strong chilis.

This is one of the chilis from the mix-pack.

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(Dont know the strain of this one, could someone help me out? :b curious how many scoville units it is.)
It is very strong for my taste which is why I don't feel like growing extremely hot chilis for other than bonchi purpose.

Oh well, now for the fun part. Pictures of my germinated chilis.

Here is my Santa Fe Grande:



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THe two in the same container may be my bonchi projekt, making them fuse together in the same pot this summer.

The rest I will hopefully get some yield from :b

The next picture is my senor serrano and corno di torro, the serrano is in front and corno is in the back of the picture.



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Wont show pictures of the Chocolate Bhut, so far it is only soil, so not that ecxiting.
I will update this thread often, I like following grows and this is my first time making my own thread.


I will probably make some mistakes, please correct me, that is the only way to improve :b


Oh almost forgot, My goal is to have a Bolivian something Bonchi and Bird's eye bonchi, and perhaps a strain which gives black pods, It is so beautiful I think.



DOnChris over and out.