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Tomatoes & Peppers: Looking for Bhut Jolokia or Dorset Naga seeds for trade

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Auburn, AL
(Zone 8a)

December 30, 2009
1:16 AM

Post #7408247

I'd like to trade (sorry all I have are tomato seeds) for either Bhut or Dorset Naga seeds. My husband has a few co-workers that miss the hot peppers they are use to in their homeland and I thought it would be a nice gift to present them with several plants.

Rutland , MA
(Zone 5b)

December 30, 2009
11:25 PM

Post #7411099

araness - i have been growing ultra hot peppers for two yers now. two yers ago i ried bhut jolokia with no success at all. last year i gree 7 pots and had great success with over 200 of the hottest peppers i have ever grown.

i have a few seeds (maybe two or three) which i would be glad to share with you
called 7 pot.

have you ever grown ultra hots?? they are quite finicky and can driveyou crazy while growing them.

i will be away until friday so if you are intersted d-mail me and give me your name and address and i will get them out to you. i don't need any seeds but thanks for offering.


This message was edited Jan 1, 2010 2:46 PM
Rio de Janeiro
(Zone 12a)

January 2, 2010
3:16 AM

Post #7418435


I have Bhut Jolokia seeds and I am interested to trade for other rare pepper seeds. What tomato varieties you have?

Auburn, AL
(Zone 8a)

January 2, 2010
11:16 PM

Post #7421043


Thanks so much but I've found some...DG's are great for helping out.
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

January 28, 2010
4:00 PM

Post #7505205

Where can one purchase some more of these seeds ? I had a few last year , grew them and they grew like crazy but never set fruit ... I would love to try again , get an earlier start , and grow again ...I will dig up next fall and put them in my GH , if needed to get them to fruit ... any other suggestions ?????

Can you still get them at The University of New Mexico ?
Middleton, TN
(Zone 7a)

January 28, 2010
4:04 PM

Post #7505221

never mind ...

found them ..

OOPS, it is New Mexico state university instead of University of new mexico . Here it is for those that might be interested in the hottest pepper in the world


(Zone 7b)

February 9, 2010
12:20 AM

Post #7543027

savage--they do set fruit late--start early and put in green house

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