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    Default 20 July 2016 Hot Peppers

    http://durgan.org/2016/July%202016/2...0Peppers/HTML/ 20 July 2016 Hot Peppers
    My four hot pepper plants are starting to produce. I dry the pods in the greenhouse and when dry beat as small as possible in the blender. They are stored in a jar in the cupboard. I just used up some from three years ago and they were still as hot as when processed. I get about a liter from the four plants.They are very hot.

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    What variety peppers you working with, those look like Cayenne. I'm always playing with them. Serranos are probably my overall favorite, but I am always trying to grow another Chili Petin, Pequin, whatever you call it. I also started playing with different Habaneros. My daughter is a chef and likes working with a Chocolate Habanero. Son started some Carolina Reapers, but they burn just to look at.
    Last edited by KINGCHIP; 11-13-2016 at 02:14 PM.
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    I bought the plants from a seller in the Spring. Magnificent producers and very hot. Mazzitti Long Hot

    http://www.durgan.org/2015/June%2020...0Peppers/HTML/ 20 June 2015 Hot Peppers
    Purchased 8 hot pepper plants and placed in the garden. It appears the weather will be warm for the foreseeable future so they should thrive.

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