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The Guiness Book records this pepper as one of the largest chiles measuring over 30cm long. It is a green chile that turns red when mature. The fruit are relatively mild with a medium heat rating that won’t leave you gasping but still with that great chile flavor.
Sow Chile seed .0.5-1cm deep spaced 50-60 cm apart in rows 1.0-1.5 m apart. The soil should be warm, over 18 C.
Chiles take about 75-90 days to produce ripe fruit.
Tropical areas. Anytime
Subtropical areas. August to March
Mild Temperate areas. August to December
Cold Temperate areas. September to November
In Temperate areas it is best to plant using seedlings prepared a month to six weeks earlier.
Chiles like alkaline soil and do best in gardens with dolomite or wood-ash added to the soil.
Seeds per packet: 45.
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