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  • Chilli books - Chillis Galore Forums
    have any of his other books then this is a must have If you have a few of his other books then it s up to you I had a few of his other books and even after thumbing through this at a bookstore I still bought it Recommended reading Peppers by Amal Naj this is a great little paperback that goes into a bit of chilli history one of the things it explores is the tabasco wars in the USA which is quite an interesting story for those that don t know about it this book is well and humorously written I do have a few others but these are my favourites and I do not hesitate to recommend any all of them like a lot of things books get a bit dated with the advancement of time most of the books above were written in a time when the Red Savina was the king of the chilli world so there are not any many references to superhots except for DeWitt s Complete Chile Pepper Book hey yolo buy them all Top snowy1433 Chilli Head Posts 376 Joined Wed Jan 22 2014 9 35 pm Location Isle of Wight Re Chilli books Quote Post by snowy1433 Sat May 03 2014 9 37 pm Hi I bought a book titled Growing Chillies by Jason Nickels I believe I got it from Amazon and it is tilted towards UK chilli growers I found it really useful Phil Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Chilli books Quote Post by ChilliJez Sat May 03 2014 11 27 pm I really like this book http www amazon com Peppers The Domes 0292704674 It s out of print I believe and a little outdated but written by someone who s articulate and has a genuine passion for and understanding of peppers The best I ve read for example on pre columbian origins and worldwide dispersal Her description of Rocotillo is the reason I m growing it this year For practical growing chillies in the UK I second chilliman64 s recommendation of Matt Simpson s book Very practical and encouraging UK focussed and quite cheap too I like the Bosland and Votava book too It kind of lays out the ground rules for the things to consider in commercial capsicum production It s the best place I ve come across for providing precise information though it s by no means comprehensive Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Chilli books Quote Post by ChilliJez Mon Dec 29 2014 11 18 pm Here s a recommendation from senor coop viewtopic php f 16 t 15884 p 182528 p182528 http www amazon co uk Chilli Britain 0955369584 Top Flecam Hot Head Posts 578 Joined Thu Jul 11 2013 6 38 pm Location Swansea The Red Hot Chilli sauce book Quote Post

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  • Shop bought Compost - Chillis Galore Forums
    I had good results with the cheapo b q compost last year I am going to stick with it again this year Top Mustafa Chilli Chilli Head Posts 341 Joined Thu Aug 07 2014 12 17 pm Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by Mustafa Chilli Fri Aug 08 2014 5 10 pm I too use the Verve 125l now 6 but I find that it has to be sifted as there s plastic and stones in it I ve had 4 of them now and all have had plastic pieces in it I then mix it with well rotted sifted horse manure Top Rosh Chilli Head Posts 80 Joined Mon Jun 22 2015 11 18 pm Location Surrey Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by Rosh Sat Apr 02 2016 1 45 am Several years late to the party but I bought waitrose own brand multi purpose compost and nearly all the seeds failed to germinate died of damping off and the ones that survived just havent grown past a few inches Made the mistake of repotting an overwintered plant into the compost and it s totally stopped producing flowers and the pods on it have ceased growing Probably just a bad batch but still not a good experience having to restart my grow about 4 months late Sent from my C6833 using Tapatalk Top bill b Chilli Head Posts 61 Joined Sun Feb 28 2016 10 47 pm Location North Essex Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by bill b Tue Apr 05 2016 7 46 pm Rosh wrote Several years late to the party but I bought waitrose own brand multi purpose compost and nearly all the seeds failed to germinate died of damping off and the ones that survived just havent grown past a few inches Made the mistake of repotting an overwintered plant into the compost and it s totally stopped producing flowers and the pods on it have ceased growing Probably just a bad batch but still not a good experience having to restart my grow about 4 months late Sent from my C6833 using Tapatalk Hi rosh thats tough luck mate having to start all over again suffice to say you will not buy that compost again Just as a note i tried a different one this year as i was fed up with levingtons and all the weird bits and pieces that i find in it so i bought westlands gro sure multi use and i just threw seeds into it and covered with a baggie some in a heated propagator and some directly under lights in a tent and the germination rate has been outstanding compared to previous years The oldest plants are now about six weeks old and looking very good It says it feeds for up to four months but i always take those sort of claims with a pinch of salt overall though a nice compost its light and fluffy and not full of crap and doesnt break

    Original URL path: http://www.chillisgalore.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=14362 (2016-04-29)
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  • Shop bought Compost - Chillis Galore Forums
    I had good results with the cheapo b q compost last year I am going to stick with it again this year Top Mustafa Chilli Chilli Head Posts 341 Joined Thu Aug 07 2014 12 17 pm Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by Mustafa Chilli Fri Aug 08 2014 5 10 pm I too use the Verve 125l now 6 but I find that it has to be sifted as there s plastic and stones in it I ve had 4 of them now and all have had plastic pieces in it I then mix it with well rotted sifted horse manure Top Rosh Chilli Head Posts 80 Joined Mon Jun 22 2015 11 18 pm Location Surrey Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by Rosh Sat Apr 02 2016 1 45 am Several years late to the party but I bought waitrose own brand multi purpose compost and nearly all the seeds failed to germinate died of damping off and the ones that survived just havent grown past a few inches Made the mistake of repotting an overwintered plant into the compost and it s totally stopped producing flowers and the pods on it have ceased growing Probably just a bad batch but still not a good experience having to restart my grow about 4 months late Sent from my C6833 using Tapatalk Top bill b Chilli Head Posts 61 Joined Sun Feb 28 2016 10 47 pm Location North Essex Re Shop bought Compost Quote Post by bill b Tue Apr 05 2016 7 46 pm Rosh wrote Several years late to the party but I bought waitrose own brand multi purpose compost and nearly all the seeds failed to germinate died of damping off and the ones that survived just havent grown past a few inches Made the mistake of repotting an overwintered plant into the compost and it s totally stopped producing flowers and the pods on it have ceased growing Probably just a bad batch but still not a good experience having to restart my grow about 4 months late Sent from my C6833 using Tapatalk Hi rosh thats tough luck mate having to start all over again suffice to say you will not buy that compost again Just as a note i tried a different one this year as i was fed up with levingtons and all the weird bits and pieces that i find in it so i bought westlands gro sure multi use and i just threw seeds into it and covered with a baggie some in a heated propagator and some directly under lights in a tent and the germination rate has been outstanding compared to previous years The oldest plants are now about six weeks old and looking very good It says it feeds for up to four months but i always take those sort of claims with a pinch of salt overall though a nice compost its light and fluffy and not full of crap and doesnt break

    Original URL path: http://www.chillisgalore.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=14362&p=198029 (2016-04-29)
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  • Gardenline Propagator from Aldi - Chillis Galore Forums
    very tempted to buy a propagator until I saw the prices Then I noticed this one in Aldi for 12 and decided to take the risk Basically I was very pleasantly surprised If you consider how little it costs it s a really handy piece of kit There is no manual control for the temp and no display but I used a cheap thermometer I had around The docs said will maintain the temp a few degrees above the ambient temperature but in my normal if a bit errattic for early UK spring temperatured house it hovered consistently around 25 degrees which was perfect for chilli seeds and have had great germination results It s not very big so you have to organise space well but fitted nicely in the space I had Also the cover is not too high and not too low The build quality seems sturdy enough but we ll have to see if it survives sitting dormant until next spring Overall it is definitely great value for 12 Top Dickie Chilli Head Posts 193 Joined Sat May 02 2015 9 05 pm Location Dorset Re Gardenline Propagator from Aldi Quote Post by Dickie Mon Mar 21 2016 9 45 pm I ve got one of those from Aldi Mine was being sold off because the lid was cracked a fiver I think I put a bit of tape over the crack and it s been going strong for 3 years now works very well Top Birdman Seedling Posts 28 Joined Sun Mar 06 2016 12 03 pm Re Gardenline Propagator from Aldi Quote Post by Birdman Tue Mar 22 2016 12 18 am Dickie wrote been going strong for 3 years now That s good to know Hopefully mine will hold up too and I can

    Original URL path: http://www.chillisgalore.co.uk/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=16608 (2016-04-29)
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    Original URL path: http://www.chillisgalore.co.uk/phpBB3/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=8525 (2016-04-29)
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  • Gardenline Propagator from Aldi - Chillis Galore Forums
    very tempted to buy a propagator until I saw the prices Then I noticed this one in Aldi for 12 and decided to take the risk Basically I was very pleasantly surprised If you consider how little it costs it s a really handy piece of kit There is no manual control for the temp and no display but I used a cheap thermometer I had around The docs said will maintain the temp a few degrees above the ambient temperature but in my normal if a bit errattic for early UK spring temperatured house it hovered consistently around 25 degrees which was perfect for chilli seeds and have had great germination results It s not very big so you have to organise space well but fitted nicely in the space I had Also the cover is not too high and not too low The build quality seems sturdy enough but we ll have to see if it survives sitting dormant until next spring Overall it is definitely great value for 12 Top Dickie Chilli Head Posts 193 Joined Sat May 02 2015 9 05 pm Location Dorset Re Gardenline Propagator from Aldi Quote Post by Dickie Mon Mar 21 2016 9 45 pm I ve got one of those from Aldi Mine was being sold off because the lid was cracked a fiver I think I put a bit of tape over the crack and it s been going strong for 3 years now works very well Top Birdman Seedling Posts 28 Joined Sun Mar 06 2016 12 03 pm Re Gardenline Propagator from Aldi Quote Post by Birdman Tue Mar 22 2016 12 18 am Dickie wrote been going strong for 3 years now That s good to know Hopefully mine will hold up too and I can

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