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How to grow hot peppers part 1

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Published on Mar 14, 2011

growing hot peppers

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19cosmo91
I've watched 12 videos of people showing off their baby plants. This 1 actually was useful sir, thank you.
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Chew Sama
sweet... mY wife said i can't grow weed anymore, whatever that means...blehh... so I'm gonna do this :D
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boostercontrol100
Informative video! Just random fact so you know I am a Christian.
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Garret Robinson
I'm a Christian and I wasn't offended.  We should be able to wear our faith or non-faith on our sleeves without trolls or haters of any kind getting their panties in a bunch when we lay claim to our beliefs.  David, your fun fact was great!   Now what this video was really about.  Thank you very much for this.  The biggest key I took from it was changing the environments after germination.  I'm using a home made hydroponics system and the plants need to be past the seedling point to plant in the clay medium.  Thanks again!
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Johnny Topside
Waiting for my Carolina Reaper and Bhut Jalokia seeds to arrive in the mail. Thanks for the great seed starting and growing tips. 
Eric White
Helpful video but here's a tip:  when you're starting your peppers, use cool lighting colour (around 5000K - 6500K).  This helps the plants grow thick, sturdy stocks and will keep them bushy. When the plants start to flower and produce pods, switch over to warm lighting colour (around 2500K).  To get an understanding of the two different lighting colours, look up the two best indoor growing lights: Metal Halide (MH) and High Pressure Sodium (HPS).  The MH should have a cool, early morning daylight colour and is used in the early development stages of growth while the HPS will be a very warm, sunset colour which is used when the plants start to fruit.   Hope that helps!
Leonard Szubinski
Good video, but I do not need to know about your atheistic religion! Totally irrelevant to the subject matter!
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SomeDude1777
love your video bro =)
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HobbyWild
With the solo cups try to find colored ones, as the light will get to the roots which will slow down your plant growth.
Bryce Rush
Bhut jolokia isn't the hottest pepper carolina reaper is (2,000,000 scoville) and then Trinidad scorpion (1,500,000)
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