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Michael starts with ...
Hi Evelyn - ( From a previous post about chillies )

If you are still interested I can send you some Orange Habanero chillies and either a Naga Morich or Bhut Jolokia ( I can't tell the difference between the two ). I also have the Dorset Naga but have given it all away. It's in flower at the moment though. You can collect the seeds from the chillies and plant it yourself. These chillies are extremely rare especially the Bhut/Naga and Dorset. People are selling the seeds on Ebay for like a dollar a seed.

Does anyone have any of the following chillies they would like to swap with me? I have Red ,Orange and Chocolate Habanero, White Peruvian Habanero ,Brazilian Starfish,Dorset Naga , either a Naga Morich or Bhut Jolokia .

I am after the Trinidad Scorpion , 7 Pod/Pot or Fatali chillies. I am looking to swap fresh pods not seeds.
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Evelyn says...
Hi Michael,
Thankyou, that would be great. How do I go about doing it. Can you give me your phone number or mine to you? I am happy to reimburse expenses. Or my email address here? Would you like any Rocoto chilli seeds, garlic chives seeds or plants or Rue plants. Wakely is not too far away for me to deliver.
Cheers Evelyn
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Evelyn
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22nd January 2010 6:51pm
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Michael says...
Hi Evelyn,
Just send me your details to my email address " michaeldang@mail.com ".No need to reimburse me for the costs. I just hope we are allow to send fresh chillies my mail. I only have a few chillies left but you can start propagating the seeds first( I will send you next week the Orange Habanero and Naga Morich first). I have been giving it away to all my neighbours,family and friends for them to taste and try growing for themselves. My next batch of pods should be ready in about 2 months time and by then I should have plenty of Dorset Naga,Red Habanero ,Scotch Bonnet and Chocolate Habnaneros . I will send you these chillies in due time
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Michael
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22nd January 2010 10:53pm
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Evelyn says...
Hi Michael,
I hope I have not sent my address to the wrong email? Is it gmail or other?
Sorry,.....
Evelyn
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MiLK_MaN says...
Hi Michael,

I have some 7 Pot and Trinidad Scorpion seeds if you want some?

I'm growing around 120 or so chilli plants this year, from about 30 - 40 different varieties.
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Michael says...
Hi MiLK_Man,

Thanks for the kind offer but I'm okay for now. Have you harvest any of the 7 Pods or Trinidad Scorpion pods yet ? If so can you upload some pictures. Depending on who you speak to but some say the 7 Pods and Trinidad Scorpion are hotter then the Bhuts. My range of chilli plants did not fair so well this winter in Sydney planted in the ground. First my Naga's and Orange Habanero's got attack by some sort of egg laying moths which infected every pod with maggots. Then secondly the plants were almost killed off by frost bite.
If you like talking about hot peppers than the below website is a pretty good forum that I would recommend.
http://www.thehotpepper.com/
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MiLK_MaN says...
Here is a pic of a Trinidad Scorpion that hadn't fully ripened from earlier this year.

Pictures - Click to enlarge

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MiLK_MaN
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19th August 2010 3:29pm
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sampa says...
Hi MiLK_MaN
Do you have Trinidad Scorpion seeds left for swap? I have scotch bonnet and Bhut Jolokia seeds if you're interested.
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nunnu
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20th August 2010 4:19pm
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MiLK_MaN says...
Mate, don't worry about swapping, you can have the seeds ;)

Just shoot me an email at milkman@the-milk-bar.com.
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MiLK_MaN
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21st August 2010 5:36pm
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amanda says...
MiLK MaN - that's a beautiful but "evil" looking chilli ... what's it's heat score?
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lew says...
The green tail on that Trinidad Scorpion specimen makes it look all the more formidable. ;) Very nice, Milk Man. and 120 chilli plants, impressive.. what do you do with the surplus produce?

Just scored as few seeds of this trinidad scorpion one myself, look forward to growing them this spring.

Amanda, it's appearance is telling you something.
The heat level is nuclear.
It is reckoned by some in the know to be even hotter than the now notorious naga- Bhut Jolokia. so it could be the hottest of all.
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Michael says...
Alot of people don't realise there are hundreds of different chilli types out there . The normally bought chillies from the shops like the birds eye and Thai chillies are like 7 -8 / 10 in heat level. The Trinidad Scorpions and Bhut Jolokia's are 10+++ and is not for the faint hearted.Before you try the super nuclear hots you should at least be able to handle chillies from the habanero family.( Use to be the standard measure of super hot chillies).
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Michael
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John Mc says...
Can someone confirm if these are in fact the real Bhut Jolokias?
I bought the seed off Ebay last year and just sometimes it crosses my mind just how authentic some of the sellers really are.
I thought I had a better pic, hope this one gives a reasonable representation.
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rev says...
Its all gets a bit messy on ebay

i bought my seeds from the UK from the breeders of the 'Dorset naga"

they look very different to some of the jolokias getting around

heres a pic
http://www.tropicalfoodforest.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=439&category_id=101&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=5
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Lee says...
Does anyone still have Trinidad Scorpion and/or 7 pot seeds. I have been trying to get them for 6 months but everyone seems to be sold out
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ces says...
I know you can buy some from www.sgtpepper.com.au ,I previously bought some from them.
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Michael says...
I can vouch for www.sgtpepper.com.au as I have been to his place near Canberra and saw his chilli collections. I would also recommend http://www.thehippyseedcompany.com/ as I have aslo been to his place on the Central coast. Neil from the Hippy Seed Company is a real chilli fanatic and his seeds would be close to 100% success rate .
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Zeem says...
Does anyone know where I can get scotch bonnet seeds or seedlings in Canberra
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Zeem
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Steven says...
A word to the wise....dont seed chillies then touch your freshly shaved face....ouch!!
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Steven
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Brendan says...
Or scratch the groin area.... bigger ouch! :-)
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Brendan
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amanda says...
or - rub your eye and pick your nose....but - never, ever let it get under your fingernails...it doesn't go away for at least 24hrs :((
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Steven says...
Haha i should tell you a story about what i did (by accident of course) when i first started going out with my girlfriend....but we wont go there of course!
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Simolett says...
Yes I want your seeds. Want to grow them share with friends. Get in touch on simolett@london.com

Thanks
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Simolett
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DazParramattaD says...
Hey all!!

After coming back from the US an Mexico and I have fallen in love with the Jolokia and Habeneros. I am a hardcore chilli head and would LOVE to get seeds for them or know where to purchase them. Can anyone help me out?
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Greg says...
Try http://www.thechilliman.biz/index.htm
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Ellen says...
Brendan, Steven,

You folks are funny farmers . LMAO


A good way to get rid of the hot oil chilli on your hands if you were handling it is, washes your hands in soap, rinses, then soak your hand in milk or yogurt for a good 5 minutes, then rerinse your hands with water, that will get rid of the hot stingness from it.
So you don't have to worry about the after effect just in case you might scratch your face or whatever have you.
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trikus says...
Or wear disposable gloves .
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snottiegobble says...
I picked most of my Butch Ts for the market wearing a disposable glove on the left hand for holding the fruit while cutting stalks with bare right hand! they sold well at 2 for $3 & my NO RESPONSIBILITY warning signs stopped anyone from trying to be a hero, thank god! I was imagining some idiot writhing on the bitumen after taking a bite!
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MaryT says...
I found some Bhut jolokia in my garden (didn't know I had them until they fruited). Must have been Mike's at one stage. It's hot. SG I usually pulled my chillies off with a bit of stem (sometimes leaves too) attached. They like the 'pruning'.
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Anna says...
HI!!

New to growing Habanero's. Was gifted some white habanero seeds and wondering how to germniate them sans seed starting mix.

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