As always I put my seeds in soil and in a large plugbox (commercial model for massproduction of plants)
Fluorescent tubes for stimulation from the moment the arched back of the seedling shows up to keep them from getting too tall and weak.
The amount of "must-haves" grow from each season and I guess next year I'll have to grow closer to 70 varieties if I want to try out more varieties.
Here's the current list of plants;
PI 441551 C. baccatum
Champion C. baccatum
Inca red drop C. baccatum
Dutch-Habanero F4 C. chinense x annuum
Starfish C. baccatum
Gumdrop C. baccatum
Peito de Moca C. chinense
Pimenta da Neyde C. chinense
Rocoto de san Isidro C. pubescens
Naga Morich C. chinense
Lemon drop x PI 441551 F3 #2 C. baccatum
Inca Berry C. baccatum
Pink Habanero C. chinense
PI 441560 C. baccatum
CAP 832 C. baccatum
Rain forrest C. baccatum
CAP 1035 C. chinense
Baiana C. chinense
Bolivian Rainbow C. annuum
Caribbean red habanero C. chinense
There are no less than two of each variety, most three, four or five (even six).
The season is already progressing fantastically and the seedlings have stunned me with how active the nodes are so early on.
Without a doubt this will become a great year!