Pequin Pepper (Capsicum Annuum)
A wild bushy variety originating from the state of Tabasco in southeastern Mexico, the Pequin pepper is a very small, slightly elongated red pepper. 5-8 times stronger than Jalapeno, it sits at around 50-70,000 Scoville units. They are therefore very spicy and have a sweet and fruity note, ideal pepper for people accustomed to spices and who are looking for ever more intense flavors! In sauce, in salsa or dried and ground, they will accompany many dishes.Rare and sometimes confused with its round cousin, the tepin pepper...Our Pequin pepper seeds have been isolated under greenhouse and fine mesh in our farm.
Latin name: Capsicum Annuum
Common name: Pequin pepper, chiltepe, chile congo, chile del monte, chile mosquito, chile kipín, maax'ik, chilpaya, amash / timpinchile, mashito
English: Chile pequin
MAINTENANCE AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
Does not tolerate cold.
|Plant type: Annual|
|Quantity: Envelope of about 12 seeds|
|Exposure: Full sun|
|Soil: Well drained|
|Plantation: In the garden after the risk of frost|
|Days to maturity: 100 to 120 days|
|Germination: 10 days|
|Plant spacing: 60 cm|
|Row spacing: 60 cm|
|Depth: 5 mm|
|Width: 60 cm|
|Height: 60 cm to 1 m|
RETURN AND EXCHANGE
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