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Old March 17, 2018   #22
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Originally Posted by Worth1 View Post
I think maturity of the plant has a bearing on the hotness of peppers to some degree.
And hot dry weather.
Poblanos I picked in August were as hot or hotter than any jalapeno I have ever had.

I have also read where watering makes them hotter.
I think it is hog wash.

Worth
PERZACKLY why I asked the experts..........but it would semm best to put sweet peppers in the front yard and hots in the back. I don't have any plant covers
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