Produces a continuous set of large to extra-large, 3 and 4 lobed fruits on a small to medium sized plant. Fruits are anthocyaninless and appear to have good field tolerance for epidermal separation. The largest sized pepper we carry.
|V37161 : PS 09941819 (with X5R®)|
|Treatment||* Pkg Size||** Price|
|FarMore F300||100 seeds||$17.95|
|FarMore F300||500 seeds||$79.40|
|FarMore F300||1M seeds||$113.40|
|FarMore F300||5M seeds||$525.00|
|FarMore F300||25M seeds||$2,500.00|
|FarMore F300||50M seeds||$4,807.50|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||100 seeds||$18.20|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||500 seeds||$80.40|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||1M seeds||$114.85|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||5M seeds||$531.50|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||25M seeds||$2,530.00|
|FarMore F300 Pelleted||50M seeds||$4,865.00|
* M = 1,000
** US prices shown in USD
Sow in the greenhouse 7 - 9 weeks before desired planting date. Allow plants to harden 7 days before transplanting. Plant transplants halfway between rootball and bottom leaves. This will help prevent lodging.
Scout every 7 days to ensure crop development. Consult the Midwest Vegetable Production Guide or your local extension agent for identification and treatments.
Cut or break pepper off the plant but leave at least 1” of the stem attached to the pepper.
Clean and wax peppers. Pre-cool at 45ºF. Store at 45 - 50ºF with 90 - 95% humidity; this will ensure the longest shelf life.