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  1. connor 1213
    05-09-2012 07:11 AM - permalink
    connor 1213
    Hey...

    I'm here to test your knowledge of power kiting, again
    I spoke to you a few years ago about it...

    Well now that I'm 16 I have decided to buy one...
    Found this one for £100 and just wondering if you could tell me if its worth it...

    http://m.gumtree.com/radsail-pro-4m-...10203078#power kite

    Cheers dude
  2. TtotheC
    02-11-2011 03:57 PM - permalink
    TtotheC
    Branston's Relish 'Tomato, curry spices and hot perri-perri' is utterly worth it mate. It's got a good kick to it, considering most hot stuff is cooled down to make it palatable to the general population. Grab yourself a bottle!
  3. TtotheC
    26-08-2011 11:56 AM - permalink
    TtotheC
    Well mate to update you on the peppers - They've all produced, but sadly the Jalapeños I go from the local garden centre brought a case of blight with them. So not all will get the chance to mature like they should.

    Epic wins with the Chinese 5 colour. I recommend them alone for the colour transition they go through: purple>white>yellow>orange>red. Very pretty, and they're a medium heat to boot. I chucked a single one in with some chicken I was frying for fajitas and it gave it a gentle after burn.

    Big Jims are also rather ace, though I only got four actual peppers produced, mainly due to the weight of them on the plant. Pepper bell sweet with a sharp but gentle burn. I'd imagine they'd be excellent if you wanted to add some spice to a salad or two. Also make excellent stuffing peppers for their size. Very few seeds though in each pod...I mean for their size.
  4. lil05
    20-05-2011 06:03 PM - permalink
    lil05
    well would be a good idea .. and we could have free accomidation for a while as a lot of his family live in glasgow/edinbourough/aviemore ill try slip it in there when he talks about work :P xx
  5. lil05
    19-05-2011 09:51 PM - permalink
    lil05
    i just need to go back there :/ xx
  6. lil05
    19-05-2011 09:33 PM - permalink
    lil05
    let me live with you xx
  7. TtotheC
    14-03-2011 02:34 AM - permalink
    TtotheC
    I should have had more faith in the plants and yourself mate. They've come back from seemingly being dead and even one of the Chinese 5 colours have made it. You interested in any of the left over seeds?

    I'm actually ecstatic due to the Joe longs having seeded. I was so gutted last year when they failed to grow.
  8. Crab Man
    09-03-2011 10:17 PM - permalink
    Crab Man
    I reckon that part of the reason my Chinenses were so slow might be that they seemed to spend a lot of energy on developing a strong root system before switching their focus on to the leaves.
    I potted mine on when the second set of true leaves had started to develop. They were about an inch tall but had one hell of a root system on them already - something I'd have expected to see on a plant three times the size.
  9. TtotheC
    09-03-2011 02:16 AM - permalink
    TtotheC
    Well some of the roots were a few centimetres long, so I'm worried they've put all their reserves into the root system. I mean I can give it a week, otherwise I'll be bunging my spare in and trying another batch. But yeah... Wouldn't have thought a day or two would have made much difference.


    I'm sticking to the easy ones next time. Hehe.
  10. TtotheC
    08-03-2011 10:16 PM - permalink
    TtotheC
    Well part time went well, but sadly they're not looking brilliant as seedlings. I think I caught them a day late and they've put their energy into the roots. Aaargh. I *might* be able to bring them back, but if not I have kept seeds in reserve.

    So...yes... Your method works wonder, but I've cocked it up...probably.

    I might though modify it and use the airing cupboard to keep the soil warm. Ah well, if the worst comes to the worst I'll re-order and try again.

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