Added by on 2017-02-05

After many great feedback from the previous video, I decided to give this another shot. Surprisingly, this time, the ripe pod from soil taste better. Pepper Community: How To Cross Peppers: My Hot Sauce Review: 2016 Grow Series Play List: What I’m Growing This Year: 7 Pot Bubblegum Red Aji Pineapple Bahamian Goat Butch T x Reaper (BTR) Carolina Reaper Chocolate Bhutlah Chocolate Primo/Reaper (CPR) Jamaican Red Mushroom Jamaican Scotch Bonnet – Red Jamaican Scotch Bonnet – Yellow Jay’s Peach Ghost Scorpion Jay’s Red Ghost Scorpion Jay’s Peach Ghost Scorpion x Chocolate Ghost MOA Scotch Bonnet Sugar Rush Peach Trinidad Scorpion CARDI White Devil’s Tail – From Graft White Labuyo Bleeding Borg 9 MA Wartyx Thai Birds Eye Related PostsTransplanting Hydroponic Plants Into SoilHydroponic Tomato Taste TestBuild Your Own Hydroponic Fodder System for Cattles Part-2 (System Video)Calcium Deficiency Symptoms in Hydroponic PeppersHow To Plant Hydroponic PeppersHydroponic Peppers – Hydroponic Awesome!

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  • curtflirt2 9 months ago

    I've noticed that the heat is not as much in Hydro as it is in soil.

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  • arjun kohli 9 months ago

    hi khang is it possible if I could get a Carolina reaper plant and a small hydra kit I know you don't do this but I am really amused with what you have done with your peper collection and I really want to grow my own plant like yours I live in vancouver bc please msg me back whenever you have time thank you so much

  • Cole Watson 9 months ago

    Hey man just started watching your videos they are awesome! I've just started growing my own indoor chilli's, what's are the little bags on your plants? Cheers

  • Alice Edwards 9 months ago

    Thank you very much for your very fast response I'm in North Carolina April 12 is our normal last frost date when I harden off my peppers do you think it is OK to put them in my low tunnels outside then open it for a couple hours at a time increasing every other day for about 10 days do you think that will go well let me add that at night in my low tunnels I heat them using to 500 W work lights one on one end and one on the other and the roles are about 25 foot long each what do you think any information you can give is greatly appreciated thank you again and advance you're awesome!

  • Alice Edwards 9 months ago

    I just subscribed to your channel I really enjoy what appears to be your deep knowledge of growing peppers especially the super hots I would like to ask you a question I have not seen on your channel not that it isn't there I just didn't see it here where do you live (i.e) state and when do you start planting I am currently growing over 45 varieties this year I started planting all of the hottest cultivars the first week of January should I have started them sooner? Thank you in advance.

  • Steve Fiteni (fitenis) 9 months ago

    Thx for all your interesting videos

  • ~cOiN*cOllEcTiNg*fUn~ 9 months ago

    Excellent video! ! ! ! :-D

  • BRGA net 9 months ago

    it's look so delicious
    great video

  • Peter Stanley 9 months ago

    Great comparison Khang. Did you use the same kinds of nutrients in each?

  • Jake Jones 9 months ago

    Good review, but could your taste buds be de-sensitized from eating the first one only 15 minutes before?
    Still, thanks for sharing this….

  • Rodrigo Banuelos Gonzalez 9 months ago

    Great video and your opinion is exactly what I come here for. Keep up the great videos!

  • Nik G 9 months ago

    I noticed the same thing when I grew hot peppers in the aero garden… to make this test really valid I think you need to give both the plants the same kind of lighting…. I'm pretty sure that the lack of intense lighting from the aero garden in comparison to your soil peppers is the reason the heat level is different… Also are you feeding the two different types of plants different fertilizers?

  • LLOYD88CA 9 months ago

    IMHO… Pods can have different flavour and heat from the same plant. Think grow whichever way you want and enjoy your passion for growing!

  • Michael Jones 9 months ago

    Bullshit their hotter when they are red

  • Bobby Organics The Tattooed Gardener 9 months ago

    Always love watching your videos . I never believe you can beat soil grown veg in mu opinion we have tried both before . excellent video thanks again your channel is great

  • VirtualLife 9 months ago

    Imo, soil grown veg almost always has the flavor complexity and punch edge over hydroponic. Hydroponic, u get fast large uniform predictable size and color but comparatively, flavor tends to b on the bland side. Personally, prefer soil grown vegs. Grow organic, grow in soil.

  • Jonathan Murphy 9 months ago

    next let's see how the aquaponic stacks up.

  • wipeoutxl 9 months ago

    it should be a blind taste test