- Oct 15, 2008
No pics yet, will send some when my pods ripen.Pics of some sauces ? I want to make a mustard/chilli based one.
Keep your germination temps around 30.c in a paper towel if you'd like. Also soak them for about 24 hours in a bit of bottled water.Got some new ghost chilli seeds Hope I come right this time.
My plants that were growing died during a heavy hailstorm. Randomly this one seed popped out of a discarded tray later . It still lives , will send pics tomorrow of the progress but I think during winter some weaver bird picked all the growing leaves .No pics yet, will send some when my pods ripen.
Keep your germination temps around 30.c in a paper towel if you'd like. Also soak them for about 24 hours in a bit of bottled water.
Funny thing is some very old super hot seeds have germinated, but the stupid Tabasco's havnt.
Any chance of getting that in a spray can?Not sure if you have managed to find any Carolina Reaper chilli's, but you can purchase the dried Carolina Reaper pods from my website:
The dried pods are hotter than the fresh chilli's a anyway. You won't taste much as soon as the current world record holder as the hottest chilli starts kicking in. ;-)
I also have capsicum extract that is 16million Schoville Heat units!!! You don't get anything hotter than that!!! I won't however recommend for human consumption, but as a novelty.
Hope that helps