February 18, 2016
So far things are progressing OK, but not great. Having some germination failures with some varieties, and of course some I wanted to try the most like Big Yellow Mama and Yellow Dystopia. Overall though things are progressing and should still be in line for a huge season if all goes well.
These are the first starts of the year. Most of these were started in late December or early January. A few look malnurished, but most look pretty good. There is plenty of time for the yellowish malnurished looking ones to pull out of it.
The next 2 pictures are seelings that were started in early to mid January.
I have never seen buds form on such a young plant as this. This plant is just over 2 inches tall at the most.
One of my pepper guards taking a nap.
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February 27, 2019
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