Fatalii Pepper

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Binomial Name Capsicum chinense 'Fatalii'
Taxon Species
Description The Fatalii pepper is a Capsicum chinense cultivar created in southern or central Africa. The plant produces peppers with a fruity, citrus flavor and a Scoville rating of 125,000–325,000 units. They are as spicy as a Habanero, but the pepper's heat is felt immediately, whereas the Habanero's spiciness takes a little while to register. The peppers are 7-8cm long, tapered, and wrinkled. Different varieties are white, yellow, red, and brown. Brown Fatalli are the spiciest and sweetest. Like other hot peppers, Fatalli require a long, warm growing season. They can be grown indoors in containers in colder climates with shorter seasons.
Sun Requirements Full Sun
Growing Degree Days
Sowing Method Direct seed indoors, transplant seedlings outside after hardening off
Spread (diameter)
Row Spacing 90 centimeters
Height 90 centimeters

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