1652 - Hot pepper Jamaican red
The Jamaican hot pepper is a variety of Capsicum chinense characterized by a spiciness that on the Scoville scale is positioned between 100 000 and 350 000. Similar in shape to the habanero it has a length of about 4 cm with a bright color and a fruity taste. It is used in Caribbean cuisine for very spicy dishes. There are countless selections of this hot pepper.
family Solanaceae Sowing: Indoor in seedbeds from January to March, depending on the area and earliness of the variety. Transplant when the seedling is manageable into pots of 8 cm and is still held indoors. transplanted outdoors when the ground is hot and there is no risk of frost. Distances. 70-90 cm between the rows, 30-50 cm on the row according to the size of the fruit. Tips. Tuck the plants lightly. Make a rotation of at least four years and not before or after planting other species of the same family and not after the cauliflower. Seed needed: 3 g per 1 square meter of seedbed.