So yeah in the beginning of last Summer I got an Apache plant from my now-ex's mom as a birthday present.
And since then I've been busy studying horticulture and growing different chili strains in different methods.
The setup I have looks kinda ridiculous but it'll be corrected as soon as I get to move on my own.
I have a 250watt Metal halide practically lighting up and heating up my entire room, which is actually pretty useful for saving in electricity bills.
The medium is a mix of potting soil, perlite and vermiculite for most of the newer plants. Big ones didn't have the chance of getting a mixed soil. The passive hydro sprout is in a perlite-vermicule mixture.
Without further introductions, I'll show some snapshots I've taken tonight mostly.
#1: Overview on the entire grow
#2: A closeup of some small Annuum sprouts, one is my first attempt at passive-hydro
#3: Apache family, showing some major phenotype differences (Apache is an F1 hybrid, thus owns unstable seedling genetics)
#4: Two of Big Momma Apache's oldest children, planted in the summer from seeds in her yield, again showing major phenotype differences.
#5: This one shocked me, it actually produces Bell Peppers with Apache's heat. So cool! She's really lanky and wobbly in structure.
#6: The other child, she shows really strong structure, was a lot bushier before the cat attacked
#7: Big Momma Apache, she was pretty much like that when I got her, only a lot bushier!
#8: Young Lemon Drop (also known as Hot Lemon in some seedbanks)
Edited by Arthemesic, 26 March 2012 - 12:46 AM.