- Jan 8, 2016
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- Buenos Aires
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I ate one of the ones in picture # 1 and it was not hot as I was told. The ones in picture # 2 look like Jalapeños, however, I am not certain. I am drying and labeling the seeds as I eat these. Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.
There are thousands of cultivars of hot peppers so it's almost impossible to say what those are. As you found out, you can also get different strengths of chili on the same plant.
So a lot of growing them from seed yourself is very hit and miss. I've been growing them for many years and to make them come true from the original plant you need to isolate the plants so that they don't get pollinated by a different cultivar. They're very promiscuous.
I've been cross breeding them to try and reduce the size of the plant but have them produce fruit in a prolific manner. Some work well and others don't.
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