The prettiest Jalapeno pepper available, this gold, then orange, beauty never turns green, reddening late in the season. Having every bit as much zip as its green-to-red Jalapeno ancestor. Approx. 65-75 days.
Cultural data: field planting
Growing season: warm season
Days to maturity: 62-85 days
Germination relative to soil temperature: optimum 70-85ºF.
Cultural information: Sow seeds 8 weeks prior to transplanting outdoors.
Seed count: 4,000 seeds/oz. or 64,000 seeds/lb.
Projected seed usage: ¼ oz./100 ft. rows, 2 lb./acre.
Diseases and pests: Blossom end rot, TM V.
Harvesting: pick the first peppers as they mature to encourage fruit set.
Transplants: Use sterilized planting soil.