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Arrived very quickly, and I planted them straight away. I'm living in student accommodation so I needed a kit with everything included, and this really has got everything - even a bag to rehydrate the compost in. Three plants have already germinated (ahead of schedule) and have grown a good inch just in the last couple of days - they're being grown in a fairly dim room, just with a standard desk lamp shining on them, and tinfoil all around to maximise light, and I haven't even used the plant food that came with them yet.
I'd definitely recommend this kit to anyone who wants to grow chillis, the instructions make it totally fool proof. I chose this one for the good reviews (and because I'm from Devon) and it's brilliant - I've already been to their website to look for different kinds of chillis to grow.
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Initial post: 3 Feb 2011 12:02:41 GMT
Update: 4 out of 5 have germinated now. They look so healthy. I think it's the soil, it smells like it's full of goodness. A really strong smell, like olbas oil. I've got high hopes for number 5.
In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jul 2012 14:58:44 BDT
could you guide me with compost bit. My kit arrived today and it has 5 compost discs however i followed the instructions by soaking in 2 discs only but it doesnt seem enough? also what about the rest 3 discs?
thank you id appreciate help with this kit
In reply to an earlier post on 22 Nov 2013 11:01:16 GMT
Stephen Waters says:
Sorry for the confusion - I've made a note to amend the instructions to say "all the compost discs supplied". Now and then our supplier of coir discs sends us a smaller size and we put in enough to make a generous 1Ltr of compost.
Kind Regards, Steve
South Devon Chilli Farm.
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