1657 - Hot Pepper Trinidad Scorpion

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A pepper native of Trinidad and Tobago; it is ranked as one of the hottest in the world with about 2,000,000 Scoville. The color varies from medium green to bright red. The shape is very characteristic, round, with the size of a golf ball and an extroversion in the tip. The spiciness is so dangerously high that the manipulation and the taste should be approached with extreme caution.

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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.