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CHILI - CAROLINA REAPER, the world's hottest.

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CHILI - CAROLINA REAPER, the world's hottest.

Capsicum annuum

Handle with care.  This is currently the worlds hottest Chili Pepper.  It rates between 1.4 and 2.2 million Schoeville units depending on where and how you grow it.  For such a hot chili it has also a very sweet taste ... before the blast hits you.  You can get recipes for using Carolina Reaper on the web but I reckon they are a joke.  I mean does anyone seriously cook with these 50mm peppers?  Can anyone even eat them?  I had a friend who ate one and it burnt even when he had to wee... for two days.

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CHILI - CAROLINA REAPER, the world's hottest.

Capsicum annuum

Handle with care.  This is currently the worlds hottest Chili Pepper.  It rates between 1.4 and 2.2 million Schoeville units depending on where and how you grow it.  For such a hot chili it has also a very sweet taste ... before the blast hits you.  You can get recipes for using Carolina Reaper on the web but I reckon they are a joke.  I mean does anyone seriously cook with these 50mm peppers?  Can anyone even eat them?  I had a friend who ate one and it burnt even when he had to wee... for two days.

Sow Chili seed .0.5-1cm deep spaced 50-60 cm apart in rows 1.0-1.5 m apart. The soil should be warm, over 18 C. Chillies take about 75-90 days to produce ripe fruit. Plant in the garden:- Tropical areas ..Anytime Subtropical areas..August to March Mild Temperate areas..August to December Cold Temperate areas..September to November In Temperate areas it is best to plant using seedlings prepared a month to six weeks earlier. Chillies like alkaline soil and do best in gardens with dolomite or wood-ash added to the soil.

QTY 10 seeds

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