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pod Some C. bacatum

Good evening.
I hope someone can help identify this pod. Not very hot.
Greetings from Argentina
 

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Being in Argentina, are you able you find & buy many varieties of Ajis, wild & cultivated?
Yes here we have a lot. In the central market in the city of Mendoza there are fruits and vegetables from all over. You can even buy coca leaf there for tea or to chew. Here there is only one indigenous aji. C. chacoense. Grows everywhere under shade trees
Variety of peppers nd chillis.
 
Yes after our winter in the spring (September) I believe Iwill transplant new seedlings. Here I have some plants that are now more thsn six years old. They grow outside and are now big enough to use for shade. The hailstorms keep kleaning them off and pruning them down but they are now in the autum loaded with fruits and flowers. Three years ago our sheep ate them down to the ground but they keep going. It does not get very cold here.
 
Yes after our winter in the spring (September) I believe Iwill transplant new seedlings. Here I have some plants that are now more thsn six years old. They grow outside and are now big enough to use for shade. The hailstorms keep kleaning them off and pruning them down but they are now in the autum loaded with fruits and flowers. Three years ago our sheep ate them down to the ground but they keep going. It does not get very cold here.
Sounds like a great place to grow poppers. What are some of your favorites?
I like many different peppers from Jalapeños to Scotch Bonnets.
 
I have only a few kinds and only started getting interested in the world of peppers this year. I was unaware that there are thousants more crazy folks like me and now I would love to try the more famous ones.
I need to get hold of seeds, but our economy in Argentina is just starting to return to a normal direction now where we can import stuff. Comunism stinks, but now we have a good gov again.
I like Piri piri and Tabasco. Also Jalapeños, but I like them all. I make sauces (sweet and sour) and picles as well as fermented.
What do you plant?
Sounds like a great place to grow poppers. What are some of your favorites?
I like many different peppers from Jalapeños to Scotch Bonnets.
 
I have only a few kinds and only started getting interested in the world of peppers this year. I was unaware that there are thousants more crazy folks like me and now I would love to try the more famous ones.
I need to get hold of seeds, but our economy in Argentina is just starting to return to a normal direction now where we can import stuff. Comunism stinks, but now we have a good gov again.
I like Piri piri and Tabasco. Also Jalapeños, but I like them all. I make sauces (sweet and sour) and picles as well as fermented.
What do you plant?

1. Antep Aci Dolma
2. Aji Panca
3. Aji Strawberry drop
4. Sugar Rush Stripy
5. Aji Pineapple
6. Aji Chombo Amarillo
7. Aji Fantasy
8. Pasilla Oaxaca
9. Pasillo Apaseo
10. Pasilla Mixe
11. Chilhuacle Negro
12. Aji Chombo Rojo
13. Aji Rainforest
14. Brazilian Starfish
15. Jamaican Scotch Bonnet
16. Aji Charapita
17. Jigsaw ( ornamental )
18. Poblano Rojo
19. Early Jalapeño
20. Serrano
21. Lesya
22. Datil

Wait there's more.
I have restarted some of the peppers that took too long to sprout.

I was unaware that there are thousands more crazy folks like me and now I would love to try the more famous ones.

Back a few years ago I grew Jalapeños, bell peppers & Habaneros & was quite content. 😉
Now you can see the crazy on full display after joining The Hot Pepper.
You will search the seven seas for pepper seeds. The colors, shapes & flavors all unique & fun to grow.

Welcome to the club, use the search feature it's full of great information.
 
1. Antep Aci Dolma
2. Aji Panca
3. Aji Strawberry drop
4. Sugar Rush Stripy
5. Aji Pineapple
6. Aji Chombo Amarillo
7. Aji Fantasy
8. Pasilla Oaxaca
9. Pasillo Apaseo
10. Pasilla Mixe
11. Chilhuacle Negro
12. Aji Chombo Rojo
13. Aji Rainforest
14. Brazilian Starfish
15. Jamaican Scotch Bonnet
16. Aji Charapita
17. Jigsaw ( ornamental )
18. Poblano Rojo
19. Early Jalapeño
20. Serrano
21. Lesya
22. Datil

Wait there's more.
I have restarted some of the peppers that took too long to sprout.



Back a few years ago I grew Jalapeños, bell peppers & Habaneros & was quite content. 😉
Now you can see the crazy on full display after joining The Hot Pepper.
You will search the seven seas for pepper seeds. The colors, shapes & flavors all unique & fun to grow.

Welcome to the club, use the search feature it's full of great information.
I think you are right. One way ticket from here. I will look for more seeds. Now we are heading into the colder part of the year. Harvest time.
Great selection of varieties you have.!
Good luck. Looking forward to hear how its going.
 
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