How To Grow Hot Peppers

Botanical names

 

 

Capsicun annuum CV, Thai Hot

 


Thai Hot


Description


Growing and Potting


PROPAGATION

Seeds should be sown in light, well-drained soil in a warm, sunny greenhouse (60 degrees minimum) 6 to 8 weeks before they are to be set out. They should be set out when the weather is really warm and settled. The seeds take 16 to 20 days to sprout. Transplant the seedlings, as soon as they are large enough to handle, into flats, 2 to 3 inches apart or individually in small pots. In either case, use well-drained soil. The plants must never suffer through drought or low temperatures. Harden them off gradually before planting them outside.


NAME
USDA#
 
Green Chle Pepper
 
Capsicun annuum CV, Thai Hot
Pod lengh:
2.5 in
 
Pod width:
.5 in
 
Immature color
Green
 
Mature color
Green to Red
 
Flower
 

 


Varieties

 

Capsicun annuum CV, Thai Hot
Thai Hot

 

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