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May 7, 2011 9:16 AM CST
Name: Sarge
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Hello Bitbit,

Ghost peppers are very hot they are known as the hottest pepper there is . I too grow many types of peppers each year . Planting them in a pot big enough to support the root system is the key to growing them indoors and a successful plant . I keep a few different types growing indoors most of the time as my family loves them .

Here in Tennessee it gets cold but not as bad as it does in other places and mine do very well . I would plant them and grow them as much as I could till I had to move them indoors . You never know till you try ,you just might be able to get some peppers this year .
Try growing them in Miracle grow potting mix and watering them with the same mix to get them boosted and growing .

Sarge

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