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ok guys, heres a curve ball --- this made me stop and think.

Let me know what youll think after reading this article:

http://www.gardenmyths.com/bloom-booster-fertilizer-nonsense/ 
Bloom Boosters are said to increase the number of flowers on your plants. Nonsense. They don't work, and can actually make your soil toxic.
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I'm not certain the author realizes exactly what he is ranting against. Many of the bloom booster style liquid nutrients are wink, wink, nod, nod, marketing euphemisms for hydroponic cannabis growers. There are four stages of cannabis growth each requiring different NPK ratios for optimum production under indoor lighting conditions and hydroponic medium. Seedlings, Vegetative Growth, Flowering and Ripening stages require carefully controlled pH, PPM, and NPK to maximize yield. We who grow veggies in the dirt don't really need Bloom Booster, but if your soil is deficient it might help to correct the imbalance.
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I only got 2 melons out of 20 fruits that were the same size as yours. the 18 became soft and eventually died. Strangely though I didn't get PM on mine...was it the heavy doses of coffee grinds, rock dust composted tree leaves or perhaps the combination of all....but 1 grew to 20KG! It was huge!... come to think about it I never watered overhead but by dripping irrigation hoses 3 inches deep in the soil.

I was told that the majority of my melons died due to poor pollination but I would see shit loads of bees on them ????

Perhaps its the g.e.o. seeds who knows. Same thing happened to my zucchinis and cucumbers in regards to PM
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My 13 year old Pedigree Labrador or 96 years old in dog years!
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+tolga erok Videl is a nice name and she's all that more special because your kids named her!
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Howdy all

Just a small update on on superhot seedlings after using a very small amount of Chilli focus fertilizer and brewed tree leaf tea.

Last time i watered these were exactly 5 days ago as the soil in the pots are still very moist as we're having alot of cold weather here in western australia.

its been 5 days since i put these out in the sun as we have had alot of cold and wet days.

all i can say is that im very impressed with the hydroponic fertilizer. im perhaps hooked with the new level of gardening using hydroponic fertilizers (i truly understand why people go this way as you basically see immediate results!)

will update in another full 7 days.

My thanks goes to Rob Gordon for supplying the seeds and Khang Starr for inspiring me to utilize his double cupping method 
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+Sheila Morse​ thanks. All credits go to Khang Starr. I got the idea of double cupping of him.

Watch "2015 Super Hot Pepper Growing Season" on YouTube
2015 Super Hot Pepper Growing Season: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLLPq8JWQbWhAmVMdw8iP3lysqgEZEbryy
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Howdy all

Update on my orange habs, well, they are still producing and there's heaps of pods on it! 

Although we are into winter, we are still having abnormal above average warm weather days here in western australia, so i think that may have something to do with this chilli being able to pump out more then usual. 

If only it produced this many during summer!
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I am in Georgia and just ordered some of these , excited. :)
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howdy all,

picked all the last pods off my scorpion today and decided to give it the big chop! i never tried overwintering chillies so i thought this one will be my 1st trial.

i removed 90% of the foliages and repotted it straight into coconut coir as i'm having phenomenal results with the savina seedlings that are growing in this stuff.

also, i'll be feeding it with chilli focus hydroponic fertilizer as next season (summer) i would like to trial growing all my peppers in coconut coir with hydroponic fertilizers.

It be a fun and interesting experiment for me to see if this pepper will survive the big chop and the big repotting ordeal.
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cool. it looks great!
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ok guys, heres a curve ball --- this made me stop and think.

Let me know what youll think after reading this article:

http://www.gardenmyths.com/bloom-booster-fertilizer-nonsense/ 
Bloom Boosters are said to increase the number of flowers on your plants. Nonsense. They don't work, and can actually make your soil toxic.
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What about phosphate for vegetables? I read that root crops like potatoes need phosphate
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Howdy all

Just a small update on on superhot seedlings after using a very small amount of Chilli focus fertilizer and brewed tree leaf tea.

Last time i watered these were exactly 5 days ago as the soil in the pots are still very moist as we're having alot of cold weather here in western australia.

its been 5 days since i put these out in the sun as we have had alot of cold and wet days.

all i can say is that im very impressed with the hydroponic fertilizer. im perhaps hooked with the new level of gardening using hydroponic fertilizers (i truly understand why people go this way as you basically see immediate results!)

will update in another full 7 days.

My thanks goes to Rob Gordon for supplying the seeds and Khang Starr for inspiring me to utilize his double cupping method 
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+Daniel Abner thankyou. 
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Bloody awesome mate. Gotta love those Droids
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Howdy all

Update on my orange habs, well, they are still producing and there's heaps of pods on it! 

Although we are into winter, we are still having abnormal above average warm weather days here in western australia, so i think that may have something to do with this chilli being able to pump out more then usual. 

If only it produced this many during summer!
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Awesome!
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howdy all,

picked all the last pods off my scorpion today and decided to give it the big chop! i never tried overwintering chillies so i thought this one will be my 1st trial.

i removed 90% of the foliages and repotted it straight into coconut coir as i'm having phenomenal results with the savina seedlings that are growing in this stuff.

also, i'll be feeding it with chilli focus hydroponic fertilizer as next season (summer) i would like to trial growing all my peppers in coconut coir with hydroponic fertilizers.

It be a fun and interesting experiment for me to see if this pepper will survive the big chop and the big repotting ordeal.
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+Ahmed Esat yeah looking forward to it!
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howdy all

just a quick update on my seedlings.

the savinas in the blue pots planted in coconut coir have really taken off in growth since i started using straight leaf compost tea.

i have been trying the leaf compost tea out on the other seedlings but did not take off as much as the savinas. 

today i doubled cupped the seedlings with chilli focus fertilizer and gave each one a small quench of the solution.

lets see how they go, Khang Starr way 
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+BackTo Basics yeah im looking forward to it!
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