BIG PACK - (500+ Seeds) Hot Pepper Combo I - Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper, Habanero Orange, Habanero Red, Jamaican Yellow, Jamaican Red Pepper Seeds- Non-GMO Seeds by MySeeds.Co (BIG PACK - Hot Pepper I)
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- ✔ BIG PACK Non-GMO Seeds By MySeeds.Co
- ✔ 100 min. of Ghost Pepper Seeds ( Individually Packaged )
- ✔ 100 min. each of Jamaican Yellow & Red Pepper Seeds ( Individually Packaged )
- ✔ 100 min. each of Habanero Orange & Red Pepper Seeds ( Individually Packaged )
- ✔ Total = 500+ Fresh Clean Seeds ~!!
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By Joyce Thomas on November 15, 2019
I am comparing the germination rate of my self harvested Carolina Reapers and Black Dragon pepper seeds which were planted a week earlier. I planted 3 seeds in each pellet, and each plant has 3 pots - so 9 seeds each. If I get two vigorous plants of each variety I will consider it a success. Here are the germination rates so far after 12 days.
100% Yellow Jamaican - the first up in 10 days. (9/9)
22% Red Jamaican - those that germinated are vigorous (2/9)
22% Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper) - the slowest to germinate - no leaves as yet. (2/9)
33% Orange Habanero - slower to start (3/9)
22% Red Habanero - two plants (2/9)
33% Carolina Reaper (4/12)
20% Black Dragon (3/15)
I've already culled the yellow jamaicans down to to two plants per pot-let, and will cull further to one plant each in another week. None of the other varieties have yielded 3 plants in any pot-let. Indeed, the Red Habanero has two in one pot-let and none in the other two.
Time will tell if these are indeed the varieties named. Also, while the stated germination rate on the packages is 80% and my result appears to be lower, I'm not sure my conditions and handling have been ideal. E.g. seed depth, watering, consistent heat.
All in all, I'm happy with the outcome so far.
Tried to germinate 12 seeds of each type of pepper on heated mat using a moist paper towel in a ziplok bag. Froze 6 of each for 5 days prior to see if the freezing helped with germination. There was no obvious benefit from freezing in my experiment. I had about 50% germination of all seed except the Ghost where only 3 of the 12 seeds germinated. The total time germinating was 15 days. Will keep the Ghost peppers going to see if more germinate but my experience has taught me to only grow the seeds that sprouted fastest because they will normally be the strongest plants. Cull out the slow and weak plants.
v/r, GAG, Pharmacognosy hobbyist of medicinal drugs from plants, especially alkaloidal species.
P.S. Grew Piri Piri red peppers indoors, circa 350K S.U. : Hot!