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Also sold as:
JalapeƱo M

Vegetables
Heredity: Open Pollinated
Country of Origin: Mexico

Data specific to Peppers (Edit)
General Type: Jalapeno
Pepper Shape: Cylindrical
Squat
Fruit Length: 2 - 3.5 inches
Fruit Width at Shoulders: 1.25 - 1.75 inches
Fruit Ripening Color Sequence: Green to Red
Days to First Harvest and Maturity: 65-70 green, 75+ red
Wall Thickness: Thick
Scoville Heat Units (approximate SHU): 3500 - 6000
Heat: Medium Hot 2.5-30K SHU

General Plant Information (Edit)
Plant Habit: Herb/Forb
Life cycle: Perennial
Sun Requirements: Full Sun
Water Preferences: Mesic
Plant Height: 20 - 36 inches
Fruit: Showy
Uses: Vegetable
Suitable as Annual

Courtesy Sustainable Seed Company

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By dave on August 1, 2015

Tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants are all in the nightshade family. Let's open the Summer Vegetables Celebration Week with a look at the top varieties of each of these highly popular home garden vegetables.

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Posted by bitbit (Baltimore County, MD - Zone 7a) on Sep 22, 2011 2:02 PM

Jalapeno M is the most prolific pepper plant I've grown. A single plant can produce enough peppers to keep a spice-loving household stocked from early summer until first frost, and with a second plant you can easily be freezing and canning them as well. I find the plant benefits from being caged, or else it can fall over when it is heavy with fruit. Very little pest damage, though Japanese beetles do leave small holes in the fruit occasionally.

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Posted by farmerdill (Augusta Georgia - Zone 8a) on Jul 31, 2013 2:27 PM

An excellent open pollinated variety. One of the hotter jalapenos. Productive here, not competitive with the best hybrids, but ample for home gardens.

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Plant Events from our members
p1mkw On March 25, 2011 Plant emerged
p1mkw On March 20, 2011 Seeds sown
NikkiGerena On June 27, 2017 Plant emerged
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phish49 On June 22, 2019 Obtained plant
Started another one today
phish49 On June 7, 2019 Obtained plant
Planted a new seed in the SIP. Peppers aren't being good to me.

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