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 on: Today at 03:24:09 am 
Started by Bach - Last post by Bach
They need a new part for their HPLC machine for more in-depth analysis of peyote plants to help with the conservation of this important medicine.


 on: November 21, 2017, 03:50:47 am 
Started by adept1 - Last post by Psylocke
I doubt its too much light. Can you measure humidity? Maybe put a small humidifier in there. Also make sure you dont have any critters munching on them. Check the underside of those leaves really carefully.

 on: November 21, 2017, 01:27:39 am 
Started by Tonttu - Last post by Tonttu
Visiting town this week and would like to meet some people that know their way around... wickr karambola or pm me plz :)

 on: November 20, 2017, 09:22:11 pm 
Started by adept1 - Last post by adept1
INTRO (Can be skipped): Hey everyone, I'm both new here on the site as well as to gardening in general.  Last winter was my first attempt to start a small container garden using 5 gallon air pots.  I grew Peppers (Jalapeno, Carolina Reaper, California Wonder) as well as Tomato's and Cucumbers.  I felt I had some pretty good success over the spring, and summer, finishing up all my outdoor pots a month ago, only bringing a few inside to overwinter, or so I planned.

With that said, once I got indoors things are not going as planned.  I think MAYBE it's due to my over-care from being inside instead of out, but what I'm running into are issues with light, I think.

My setup for the purpose of this post is a 2x2x48 tent, with a 300w MARSHYDRO Led Light (18" above plants).  Under that light I've placed a Trinidad Scorpion pepper and Bulgarian pepper plant that I wanted to grow over the winter and re-pot and move outside in the spring time.  The Trinidadian Scorpion Pepper leaves are "Cupping" like I haven't see before.  Researching online I can't seem to identify an exact match of others having similar problems, but I've narrowed it down to either (a) too much light or (b) not enough water (unlikely).  Can someone take a look at the attached and confirm for me, or send me in another direction?  Thanks!

 on: November 20, 2017, 02:33:50 am 
Started by ueihtam - Last post by LIBERTYNY
Mine too

They lose most of their leaves, than grow some more which usually stick around all winter.

 on: November 19, 2017, 11:17:17 pm 
Started by ueihtam - Last post by oplopanax
Yes, for me at least.

 on: November 19, 2017, 05:09:04 pm 
Started by ueihtam - Last post by ueihtam
hi everyone i'm overwintering my mimosa indoor in a window and it is loosing all its leave is it normal??

 on: November 15, 2017, 03:25:57 pm 
Started by geezer - Last post by nikshaz
Welcome!  :)

 on: November 15, 2017, 04:43:11 am 
Started by alicalem - Last post by Bach
Welcome!   ;D

 on: November 15, 2017, 04:41:32 am 
Started by Sunshine - Last post by Bach

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