Pepper breeders make controlled crosses between plants in order to combine genes of interest, and with a little practice you too can make your own crosses.
There are hundreds if not thousands of common terms for the pods in languages from all over the world…
Popular as appetizer and bar fare, restaurants have been preparing the tasty pepper in creative ways.
Seed and live bedding plant catalogs offer a far wider choice of varieties than seed and plant displays at local nurseries and retail shops.
There’s a new chile pepper calendar for 2014!
There’s some hot stuff going on in southern New Mexico. This year, an acre of land near Las Cruces was planted with several varieties of super hot chiles. Could this spell hope for a struggling New Mexico chile industry? Marlin Bensinger and Dave DeWitt think so. There are even some fresh super hot chiles available for sale!