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  • Aundray kollwitz 2 years ago

    I would also recommend removing all flowers on young plants so they focus
    more on growing and developing strong stems and roots for better plants!!

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    6500k is mostly blue which is great for germination and starting your
    plants indoors. you can add in some lower kelvin (2500k) red light when
    they start to blossom and extend out the light (day) settings for peppers
    ;)-

  • thetwobrothersgarden 2 years ago

    its gonna be salsa time pretty soon. 🙂

  • UseIessEater 2 years ago

    They didn’t have much growth in a week but compared to 2 weeks ago I see
    it. Nothing grows much in 7 days.

  • james b 2 years ago

    I was having a problem like that last year.. One tip that i learned that
    really made a difference with pepper yeilds was that i headed the plant at
    its first big V. A good canidate is that white habenero. I wouldnt let them
    flower early when they are smallish so i headed them right below the big V
    where the main stem branches in two. The result was short extremely stocky
    and loaded plants.

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    hellz ya!

  • TheSonoman1976 2 years ago

    sick peppers …oh no! hope they get well soon…don’t give up on them

  • james b 2 years ago

    im interested in growing white peppers this year. I have six hab whites and
    six bhut whites that i germinated in January, along with a few other sorts.
    I have them under 2 55w CFLs atm. Once they get a bit bigger I will fire up
    my 600w MH and 600w HPS

  • james b 2 years ago

    Yea i put away the CFLs, was just using them until the plants got thier
    second set of true leaves. Now I use one week MH then one week HPS. I know
    i should just leave the MH on them but i like to try out new things so i
    switch them off and see how the plants react. You could also grow
    exclusivly with the HPS but i hear they tend to make the plant longer and
    leaves farther apart.

  • peppergrower44 2 years ago

    i meant the pots where you keep your big plants? im wondering if your gona
    go all the way to harvest in those pot and if you do i wana see the end
    result becuase i wana go from seed to harvest in different size pots to see
    the results like a 1, 2, and 5 gallon pots

  • DON LAVA 2 years ago

    looking forward to see your hyro grow, might try it next year

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    Put them under the 600MH. It will work better all the way up to full
    maturity.

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    thanks for watching!

  • Rivet Gardener 2 years ago

    Nice looking peppers, you sure have the touch!

  • jetajockey0 2 years ago

    Nice update. Where’d you get your seeds from? I want to grow some various
    uncommon chilis.

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    I will put a link in the description, thanks for watching ;)-

  • pepperchronicles 2 years ago

    Looking good man; your hydro set up is very cool, I may try that at some
    point.

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    I trim the undergrowth but let flowers go, they will just fall off if they
    don’t make it.

  • 006canadian 2 years ago

    looking awesome. Does the grow tent make a big difference. I am currently
    using a combination of T8 and T5 fixtures over plants on a table. Would the
    addition of a tent make a noticeable difference?

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    the biggest advantage of a tent is to limit disease/pests and be able to
    control the environment. i do use just metal racks with lights for
    germinating flats and not so much growing out. the bigger tents get really
    expensive and are mainly marketed to grow pot since weed is photosensitive
    and most/all veggies are not so you can use any room as long as you can
    control temps/humidity/pests etc. you can get some mylar blankets from a
    sporting goods/camping store and wrap that around the shelves ;)-

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    6500k is mostly blue which is great for germination and starting your
    plants indoors. you can add in some lower kelvin 2500k red light when they
    start to blossom and extend out the light (day) settings for peppers ;)-

  • Eric Thompson 2 years ago

    Like your setup how would I go about getting some of your seeds. Eric

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    They either go in 5 gallon buckets or raised beds. Any 5 gallon bucket or
    larger will work, the more room the better.

  • Off Grid Gardening 2 years ago

    My seed company is in the description, if you find something you want just
    PM me for a discount coupon ;)-

  • reptile22 2 years ago

    1:44