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'Senorita' Peppers
 
Sub-Category: Hot
 
Description: Hybrid hot jalapeno type. 28-inch plants bear 3- by 1 1/2-inch, mild, green fruit maturing to red. Resistant to tobacco etch, pepper mottle and potato Y viruses.
Days To Maturity: 60
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Reviewed on 02/20/2011 by macinator - An experienced gardener

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Trumbull, Ohio, United States
Frost Free Season: 163 - 183 days
Soil Texture: Clay
Garden Size: Large - More than 1,600 square feet (40' x 40')
Sun Exposure: More than 8 hours per day

This Seminis variety is being phased out by most Safe Seed Companies. That being said, in 2010, this was a very productive plant in a very hot summer. During the early part of the season, post lots of weeks of rain, peppers were mild with no heat. After extended weeks of drought, the peppers became half mild/half moderately hot. Lots of my peppers reached the red stage and were even sweeter/spicier. These produced until the end of October in NE Ohio.
 

Reviewed on 09/28/2005 by Lisa in Oregon - An intermediate gardener

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Oregon, United States
Frost Free Season: 163 - 183 days
Soil Texture: Clay
Garden Size: Large - More than 1,600 square feet (40' x 40')
Sun Exposure: More than 8 hours per day

Heat ranges from nothing to medium hot. Reliable producer of lots of thick-walled, fair sized jalapeno peppers; rarely turn red.
 




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