PEPPERS Approximately 4,000 seeds per oz.
PLANTING: Start seeds indoors 7-8 weeks before transplanting outdoors. For a home garden use Jiffy 7’s or flats with
with inserts and a good soil substitute, like Berger BM-2. Place 2-3 seeds per pot or cell. Keep soil moist, but not wet.
Germinate at 72°F. After seedlings emerge, reduce temperature to 70°F for the first 21 days. From the 22nd day on until
transplanted outdoors, reduce temperature to 60°F for strong healthy plants. Plants should receive as much sunlight as
possible. Plant outdoors as soon as soil has warmed up and all danger of frost is past. Place plants 12-18″ apart in a single
row or a double staggered row if planted on plastic mulch. Keep soil moist, but not wet. Do not let soil dry out, as peppers do
not forget and will short you on yield. HARVEST: Pick first peppers promptly when they reach full size or matured to full
color to encourage future fruit set. PKT size: F1 or seed count 25 seeds. Rest 150 seeds 1/16 oz. 9,000 plants per acre.

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Ghost pepper (BHUT JOLOKIA)

100 days. The sneaky super hot pepper! Produces a wrinkled 2″ x 1″ fruit that starts green turning to red. SHU: 1,000,000 units. Please note this pepper seed is hard to germinate and may take up to 30 days. Untreated seeds.

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