|Maturity after tranplantation (days)||
|Fruit size (cm)||
9-15 x 3
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Indoor sowing : 10 weeks before transplanting in the garden. (*)
(*) From 7 to 10 days after the date of the last ground frost.
This famous Espelette type pepper. The European pepper with a great reputation. Try it yourself, the plants can grow to be as much as 1 meter high. A well balanced hot pepper, with a score of 4 on the Scoville scale, which is between the Cayenne pepper and the sweet pepper.
Cultural practices : seed indoors in March in light potting soil. Transplant into a pot when the seedlings have two pairs of true leaves.
Soil : light, humus-like and fresh.
Spacing : transplant to the garden, in full sun, as soon as the risk of frost on the ground has passed. Space the plants 30 cm apart in rows 60 cm apart.
Growing tips : water regularly during the flowering period. Fertilize once a month with a fertilizer rich in potassium.
Harvest : the pepper is harvested about 5 to 6 months after sowing, that is to say in August for sowing in March. The peppers continue to ripen after harvest and their color changes for a few days. To keep peppers for a long time, they must be dried in the sun by hanging them by their peduncle. They can also be dried in the oven at low temperature, at 50 ° C.
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