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More peppers!
#1
This years exotic will be the Caolina Reaper.  I started 10 from seed and they are doing very nice in the greenhouse.  Oddly enough I don't like hot food, but I'm gonna grow me some peppers that will strip the paint off a car.
Quote:2,200,000 SHU (scoville units)

 Only pepper in this range: Carolina reaper
It’s kinda like: Standing barefoot on an old radiator, eating the entire world’s hate, and washing it down with the coagulated tears of every one of your dead heroes while trapped inside the belly of a dinosaur that is dying of a 10,000-degree fever.(Don’t do it.)


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#2
Enquiring minds: how did the Carolina Reaper peppers turn out?  Were you able to grow them to maturity?  Did you need a haz-mat team?  Can we portion them out to forum members or do we already have enough hot air?
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#3
The peppers are doing really well.  They haven't started to look very mean yet.
 
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#4
I like scovilles in my hispanic cuisine but not those wacko off the scale thermo-nuclear peppers. I'll pass on these. [img]images/smilies/confused.gif[/img]

 
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AIIIEEE!
 
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