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David's Garden Seeds Pepper Specialty Antohi Romanian D595A (Red) 50 Organic Heirloom Seeds

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Manufacturer Description

Tasty, Eastern European frying pepper. Smooth, 4 long by 2 wide, tapered, pointed fruits are pale yellow and ripen red. The upright plants have good branch strength and yield early and heavily. Jan Antohi was a touring acrobat when he defected to the United States. In late 1991, he visited his family in Romania for the first time in more than 8 years, and came back with seeds of this delicious heirloom. Romanians fry these in a hot skillet to experience the sweet, full flavor. Heirloom seeds. David's Garden Seeds is a Veteran owned business that has been offering quality products since 2009. More information: CULTURE: Peppers will thrive in well-drained, fertile soils with a pH of 6.5. Abundant phosphorus and calcium is needed for the best results. GROWING SEEDLINGS: Sow seed in 20 row or shallow flats 4 seeds/in., 1/4 deep, in late March or about 8 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors. If possible, maintain soil temperatures 80-90?F. Pepper seeds germinate very slowly in cooler soil. When the first true leaves appear transplant seedlings into 2 cell-type containers or 4pots. Grow plants at approx. 70?F day and 60?F nights. COLD TREATMENT: Exposing the seedlings to controlled cold treatments can increase the number of flowers and fruits. When the third true leaf appears, grow the plants at a minimum night temp. of 53-55?F for 4 weeks. The plants should receive full sunlight. After 4 weeks adjust temp. to 70? day and night. If this technique is used, peppers should be seeded 1-2 weeks earlier than usual. TRANSPLANTING: Transplant out after frost when the soil is warm and weather is settled. Ideal seedlings have buds, but no open flowers. Water-in transplants using a high phosphorus solution like Nature's Harvest. Check our listing ASIN: R6-SOC5-SHLG

Product Features

Ready to harvest in about 70 days green, 95 days red ripe Seeds are Non-GMO and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the Untited States of America Tasty, Eastern European frying pepper Smooth 4 inch long by 2 inch wide, tapered, pointed fruits are pale yellow and ripen red Germination rate about 80%

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