The Moruga Red Satan is a pepper created from the original Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, but with a twist. People who have tried it say that it has a grapefruit-like taste, almost citrusy. With that being said, this pepper would be the perfect fit for any salsa or hot sauce, as it will give great flavor and intense heat.
Where do you live? What is the average temperature where they are growing? Have you checked the soil acidity? Are they in direct sunlight for most of the day?
These are all very important variables when trying to grow the hottest peppers in the world.
We have hundreds of plants growing from the very same seeds you can purchase here but the plants need to be kept warm and the soil acidity level above 6.5.
You can purchase a soil test kit at any Home Depot or Lowes to check the level. Also, it is important not to water the plants too much and make sure the soil is not only kept warm but can drain well. A good solution to that is blending the soil with some sand to help the drainage.
Also, when sprouting them, it's good to make sure they are kept warm in a dark place. We use 2 methods.
1) An Aerogarden.
2) We take shallow pans, add 2 layers of paper towels to the bottom and make sure they are moist but not drowning in water. Then we add the seeds and add 1 sheet of paper towels on top. It takes 6-14 days for them to sprout using this method and you will need to check the tray each day to make sure the paper towels are kept moist. We use a seed warming plate to keep them above 80 degrees but most people just place the tray on top of their fridge where it is warm.
Another method that works, but we no longer use it, is to purchase a seed growing kit from Home Depot. These have a little plastic tray that goes on top that will keep the humidity up on the seeds and allow them to germinate more quickly. It is a sort of mini greenhouse. It's best to just keep these inside your home in a dark room until they sprout so that the temperature is not affected by the evening chill.
Once the seeds sprout, you should wait until 2 tiny leaves appear before transplanting them into the soil.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Good luck and happy growing!