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Fort Wayne, Indiana (Zone 5a)
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DanCarmona
Dec 19, 2015 7:28 AM CST
Casados Native
"Landrace Chile"
An early-maturing Spanish heirloom from El Guique, NM (5,500'). When green, slightly sweet and fleshier than other New Mexican native chiles. Also has a good flavor when red.
The Casados Native chile is called landrace because the peppers are grown and collected by individual families, and these specific “races” are tied to the land area they where they have been grown for decades or hundreds of years.
Capsicum: Annuum
Origin: New Mexico
PI: 661078
Scoville units: 0
Type: Anaheim/New Mex
Taste: slightly sweet and fleshy
Uses: stuffing, roasting, fried/stir-fried, canning/processing
Fruit & color & size: 4" > 6" green >red
Fruit position & shape: pendant, elongate
Plant height: 18-24 in. (45-60 cm)
Maturity: 80 days
Habit: sturdy, tree-like bush
Germ. time: 2-6 weeks @ 75-90°
Seed Source:.nativeseeds./products/d029

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