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Addison Rex
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A man with one watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never quite sure.
A man with one watch knows what time it is. A man with two watches is never quite sure.

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HELP! Spreading fast!
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Holy harvest batman! The ones in the pie dish and the napkin are from the lab. The rest are the garden. Jimmy Nardello, Tunisian Baklouti, Indian Jwala, Padron, Pasilla, Sheepnose Pimento, Chile del Diablo, Marchant X Nardello, "Italian Jalapeño", Sport Pepper, Scotch Bonnet, Tasmanian Habanero, Lunchbox, Moruga Scorpion. Can you spot the non-pepper?
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Pepper party!
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Pod Test! This mystery superhot almost took us out...

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Pod test! Tasmanian Habanero got me burning!

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Wicked looking Moruga Scorpion starting to blush.
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Just another day in Pepper Lab... Fun time lapse of a nute changing session on a Reaper.

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Latest from Pepper Lab. 50lbs tank for CO2 and commercial humidifier with water line and humidistat.
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7/3/16
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Pepper Lab Upgrades - CO2 Enrichment system and humidifier.

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Okay guys this is a plea for help: I've been experiencing major fruit set issues across the board. Basically all of the flowers are aborting. It's been going on for months. Here's my setup:
Crazy airflow - 4 fans
Air conditioned - night temp avg. 72, day time 82
Nutrients - Fox Farm Grow Big, Tiger Bloom, Big Bloom - I switch from Grow Big to Tiger Bloom when flowering begins. I maintain 5.8 - 6.2 pH and make my nute batches around 800ppm. I usually give them nutes every other watering but sometimes it's every third watering.
Methods - double cup, straight soil (happy frog and ocean forest), Kratky and DWC - issue is happening across the board
I've begun manually pollinating but suspect it's not the issue.
Notable exception: my Indian Jwala, Tunisian Baklouti (which are VERY similar varieties) and my Hungarian Hot Wax don't have the issue and produce heavily.
I think it might be the humidity - RH usually between 35-45% - I just got a humidifier.

Thoughts?!?! I'm durn stumped.

Pic: My monstrous Reaper is loaded with flowers. Help me save them!

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