CHILLI - Bhutlah DM Chocolate seeds

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Chilli Bhutlah DM Chocolate - 10 Seeds

Capsicum Chinense

Heat Level: 14.5 out of 15

Chilli Bhutlah DM Chocolate Scoville heat units (SHU): ~2,000,000 Jalapeno reference point (SHU): 5,000


As of right now, the Chocolate DM Bhutlah is gaining steam and blowing heads off with its extreme heat. Although not official, the Chocolate DM Bhutlah is in the running for The World’s Hottest Chilli. Who knows, it may blow the Carolina Reaper out of the water. 

The Chocolate DM Bhutlah is a unique cross between a Bhut Jolokia and Trinidad Douglah hence the clever name mashup of bhut-lah. 


How to Germinate Chilli Seeds

First, do not forget that chillies are subtropical to tropical vegetable plants and love the heat.  You MUST ensure that the chilli seeds' soil temperature MUST remains between 28 - 30 °C, 24x7 – Day & Night. So if you live in Australia's cool & temperate climate zone, you need to invest in seedling heat with a thermostat. If you don't want to invest in seedling heat mat & thermostat, then you need to wait until summer to start the Chilli. Simply keeping seeds in the greenhouse (which may have a temperature drop below 10 °C on many nights, even from late Oct to late November to the many parts of Australia), may yield poor germination results. 

Patience is a virtue! It can take up to 2 weeks to 4 weeks maximum before the first seedlings will sprout. 

It would be best if you made sure to measure the soil's heat by putting the thermometer inside the soil of the seedlings. Ensure that soil does not dry out, but make sure they are not too wet either because this will make the seeds susceptible to fungal pathogens. 

We suggest storing our seeds in the refrigerator in the given plastic clip lock until seeding them up. Please make sure that you do not get any moisture in the bags. 

And last but not least, the ultra hots chillies are very temperamental and take a great amount of love and care + CONSTANT and EXACT warm soil (28 - 30 °C), 24x7 – Day & Night!


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Joshua Andrews

I think from memory I got 12 different varieties. I gave a cpl seeds of 10 different varieties to a mate as well we both had great germination rate. The super hots took there time 21-28days for germination. That's just in humidity dome in darkness with no heatmat or temp control til the sprouted. Only ones I had no luck with were the habeneros. They were the only ones to come in proper sealed bag not in the zip locks. Made me think that maybe ya got those ones from elsewhere n that the zip lock bags must be ones ya harvested yaself. Of the 11 zip lock bags there were at least 4 seeds planted mostly 100%sucess rate the only one hit n miss was the yaki blue which only had 50% success. Overall pretty bloody good

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