On Wed, Jun 13, 2001 at 06:11:19PM +0100, John P. Looney wrote:
> Well, I've ordered a book on growing chillies, and 30 seeds from ten
> plants that are "Hardy northern new mexico" plants. They *may* work here.
> We'll see. So far, those 300 seeds are split between yourself, myself and
> Kevin & Niall. More than sufficent.
right, i need a growlight, a heater and i'll be doing them indoors.
northern mexico is still hot. i lived in kansas for 10 years (whoa,
baaaad karma) and that's around 500 or so miles north of the mexican
border. the summer i left mr. murcury hung out at over 110 degrees for
over two weeks. in celsius that works out to be... too fucking hot.
during the summer they held fan drives for the elderly, a few of which
died from the heat each year anyway. tarmac actually begins to melt -
bike kickstands would sink into the road. school was cancelled at least
once every year for a "heat day."
so, while i've never lived in mexico, i suspect it was similar, possibly
hotter, most likely longer. i don't think the chilies will like the
 and i went to uni in buffalo, ny. when i left there the snow
was up to my window - and i lived on the floor above the ground
floor. i'm only half kidding when i say i moved here for the
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