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chinense Moruga Scorpion x CGN 21500 F2

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I'd be very interested to see what these peppers tasted like. So far the Fidalgo Roxa is my favorite of all the peppers I've gotten to try ripe, and as far as I know the CGN 21500 is supposed to be quite similar. 
 
A very interesting cross! I look forward to seeing how it turns out for you.
 
 
Ruid said:
Is the father plant's name a placeholder?

CGN 21500 sounds like CIA stuff.
 
It is not not a placeholder; CGN21500 is a seed bank accession number. The CGN prefix indicates the seed bank in Wageningen, the Netherlands.
 
 
badmoon692004 said:
I'd be very interested to see what these peppers tasted like. So far the Fidalgo Roxa is my favorite of all the peppers I've gotten to try ripe, and as far as I know the CGN 21500 is supposed to be quite similar. 
 
 I really like both of them. To me, the CGN21500 tastes fruitier than the Fidalgo Roxa.
 
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