World's strongest pepper (Trinidad Moruga Scorpion) Flowers approx. 10-20 seeds
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Trinidad Moruga Scorpion chili pepper - THE BEST CHILDREN'S CHILDREN'S CHILDREN IN THE WORLD
With a value of 2,009,231 SHU, the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion is one of the hottest chilli peppers in the world. It gets its name from the small tail at the end of the fruit, which resembles the tail of a scorpion. Many hot chilli peppers are named after the area from which they originate. They are native to the Moruga district of Trinidad.
Characteristics of the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion chilli:
- The plant can reach a height of 70 cm when grown in a large pot. The fruit can reach 4 cm. When ripe, the Trinidad Scorpion is bright red in colour.
- Red Trindad Scorpion chillies have a thin skin. It has a long growing and germination period and should be sown very early in the season.
- Since it is an extremely potent chilli, it is highly recommended to use goggles and gloves when using this chilli.
- It needs sunlight, but cannot tolerate scorching sun
- A steady supply of water is particularly important
Germination-planting of Trinidad Moruga Scorpion:
Allow air to circulate, but do not allow to dry out. Allow air to circulate but do not allow it to breathe. Keep the container away from direct sunlight.
Planting outdoors is best done 3-4 weeks after the last frosts. Plant Trinidad seeds at a depth of about 6 mm. To preserve moisture, provide some kind of cover on the germination pots.
When the chilli peppers have turned bright red, about 120 days after planting.
The plant can grow up to 70 cm tall and will produce peppers 4 cm in diameter. Colour: red
Important information for growing seedlings:
August - October
Recommended sowing temperature:
Can be sown in the open ground or in a plastic tent. Sow at 40cm spacing, 1 cm deep.
Double protective packaging ensures high quality and guaranteed germination according to the 3 P.A.C. system.
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