Naga Morich + Tabasco an interesting intersection!

I got some seeds from Jung smiles ain in Australia on a cross between Naga Morich and Tabasco. The plant has grown and today got the come in a little larger “Luxury pot” I wanted some plants at the height and now that has its art sale at Jysk cane pots so I took the opportunity to buy some.

Plantas foliage is incredibly beautiful, kinda great little ripple blades. The plant has also started to produce some fruits, should be intressat that both see the ripe fruit and, of course, to know how it tastes.

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4 Responses to Naga Morich + Tabasco an interesting intersection!

  1. Jonas says:

    Hi!

    I have some questions that you might be able to answer.

    One of my Moruga Scorpion has begun to produce fruit and they have now started to move on to more red color. But it loses a lot of its foliage and does not look nearly as prosperous out as before it had fruit. What could this be caused by?

    I also wonder about the strength of different chilis. How much of the environment determines how hot a chilli can be? Will a inomhusodlad Moruga Scorpion from Sweden in the same strengths as tea x no farmed on Trinidad Tobago?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Jonas! The plant lose some leaves now and then is quite naturally but if it loses many of its leaves so it may be that the lack of something and to be able to produce fruit so inside the leaves when it takes a lot of energy to produce fruits. Probably it is one nutrient that is missing or if you grow indoors, it may be too little light. Hard to say exactly what it can be. What do you use for nutrition and how often and how much the plant?

      When it comes to strength so I do not know but I would think that it even indoors can be a strong Moruga Scorpion. Strength can vary quite a bit on the fruits on one and the same plant although it is grown outdoors in good relationship.

      • Jonas says:

        Thanks for the reply! I have been using the bat guano and epsom salt, but I ended up giving it when the plant began putting fruit. It was probably stupid.

        I found yesterday also small black insects in one of chilisarna. After a bit of googling, they seem to be called for “thrips”. Is it possible to run with SOAP piping solution to a plant that already put fruit?

        • Stig Häggkvist says:

          Yes, you can run with SOAP you could skip T-Red. Repeat the SOAP treatment was 3 today and make sure you also access under the leaves. Sometimes it was hard to get rid of the trips but it is worth a try. Good luck and hope you get rid of beasts.

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