If the seller is honest, that makes me think of buying a lawnmower from Craigslist that says it is "for parts". But I do understand and agree with what you are saying. I think what happens is something odd pops up in someone's garden (doesnt it always) and the grower has no clue about growing a pepper out. So s/he starts promoting it. Even though seller says it just popped up in his garden, buyer are also unaware of the need to grow something out. It is sometimes maddening. More so when they give the thing a name before anyone even knows what it will wind up looking like.
Oh but on the other hand, I buy F1 seed every year. No other way to grow seedless watermelon. At least I think that is how they make seeds for seedless anything. Point being if you know what you are buying and the seller knows what he is selling, i think all can be good.
I agree 100%; it´s good for everyone, so long as everyone knows what theyŕe buying and, just as important, what they´re selling. OTOH, buying a roached mower for parts on CL falls somewhere in the realm of ¨common knowledge;¨ the typical folks in my neighborhood have the common sense to see something like that for what it is. On the other hand, genetics seem to be poorly understood by most folks I run into, and familiarity of these esoteric chile plants and the arcane techniques used to stabilize a given strain-- that kind of knowledge is far from common.
In the end, though, is it really a big deal if unwary buyers are buying unstable crosses of undetermined parents, when it seems like every third guy who bought Reaper plants at the nursery or Reaper seeds off of eBay ends up growing Red Habs? In the end, this is a hobby that is rife with pitfalls and crapshoots; luckily, for most of us, the stakes are low. If the pepper I tried to grow ends up being something different, it´s no big deal. I´m GONNA eat it anyway. I just like to promote honesty and, wherever possible, clarity.
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