Here is the start for my Bahamian Goat Pepper Scrog (or Scrop, as someone else suggested). I just received the seeds in the mail today, but I will probably start germinating the seeds in a couple of weeks due to the fact that my current grow is not done. So in that time, I want to discuss the best possible way to do this! I'm thinking of using a chicken wire fence, but I'm also considering building a wooden frame and tying strings to it. I have a lot of room to work with (I'm not going to use my DWC, but instead I'll be using a DWC/ Bubble bucket). Just as a frame of reference, the DWC in my picture is about a square foot in size. The parts list is as follows: 1. DWC Bucket (1) 2. Hydroton 3. Rapid Rooters for germination (1) 4. Bahamian Goat pepper seeds (3) 5. Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Grow (1) 6. Botanicare Pure Blend Pro Bloom (1) 7. Superthrive (1) 8. Sunblaze 23" 23 watt T5 6500K (1) 9. 18 watt CFL 6500K with reflective fixture (2) 10. 250 watt MH with reflective fixture and ballast (1) 11. 250 watt HPS with reflective fixture and ballast (1) 12. Ponics Pump (1)(A testing unit graciously provided for me by Zero Mile Farms) 13. Nikon D40x and photoshop (1) 14. iPhone 5 and Snapseed (1) My grow space looks like this: Any suggestions are appreciated!! Now, lets talk about the pepper that I am growing! The Bahamian Goat Pepper's scientific name is Capsicum chinense, and has a scoville rating of 500,000 +. This is a seriously hot pepper with Caribbean origins, and takes about 80-120 days to mature. This pepper loves a lot of light and heat. I haven't found a concrete source about germination times, but from what I've heard it is about 20-30 days. Here is a picture of the pepper plant that I found on thehotpepper.com: That's it for my first post in this glog, I'll keep you guys updated as things progress! And once again, any critique/tips on light and my growing setup pertaining to this situation is greatly appreciated!!