Mohawk pepper in the Prepara mini - ripe peppers

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Mohawk pepper in the Prepara mini - ripe peppers

Hi All,

  Here's the latest picture of the mohawk pepper in the prepara mini- 6 ripe peppers!  And still growing!

Hey Gisette, why doesn't photobucket show on the sidebar when I reply to a post?  I only know how to drag and drop pictures!

Beth 

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So how often do you need to

So how often do you need to top up the reservoir of the prepara?  What is it's capacity?  With my AG3 with strawberries, it can be totally suck dry in less than a week.  I would imagine that wih a big pepper plant like that, everyday top up is required?

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Yup Peat,   We have a

Yup Peat,

  We have a vibration lab here and I half thought to get the guys to build a sound suppression booth for it.  But, lacking a light source and an itty bitty (engineering technical term) reservoir, it wasn't worth the effort   Seriously, very loud.  Needs big rubber dampers.  Hey, it was 19 bucks and got me into hydro farming, so well worth the expense.  And the pepper likes it!

Beth

 

 

 

 

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Hi SC,   I originally bought

Hi SC,

  I originally bought the little prepara for work.  No way.  It vibrates so much it could be heard all over our little office space.  Very disappointing.  Well, not really since it meant an upgrade to an aerogarden for work .  I tried lettuce and basil in it, but the results were nothing like the ag.  It also needs a light source, so wasn't very suited for work anyway.  I never expected the pepper to be so happy! 

Beth

 

 

 

 

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Ya, nice.  Wish I started

Ya, nice.  Wish I started mine sooner... :P  Are those Prepara noisy?

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Nice looking peppers Beth. 

Nice looking peppers Beth.  Congrats.

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I can relate. Been so busy

I can relate. Been so busy setting in the outdoor gardens, my minis are sorely neglected.

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Hi Gisette,   I haven't eated

Hi Gisette,

  I haven't eated a ripe one yet - I'll let you know.  I've been ignoring the poor pepper plant in favor of the earthboxes!

Beth

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P.S. The mohawk peppers are

P.S. The mohawk peppers are amazing! Have you eaten any yet? They look done?

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Mmm! Because ... that's

Mmm! Because ... that's technical. What you can do, though, is write a comment in one of these "Post new comment" areas. Save it. Then edit your comment.

On the comment edit page, the Photobucket gizmo shows up.Similarly, if you hit the Reply button on a forum topic. Which for some reason doesn't appear when you're writing the very first comment. Ghu knows why...

On book pages, when you "Add new comment", you also get an edit page, where the Photobucket gizmo shows up.

I'll try to think of a smarter test for when to show the block, sorry.

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