ax948 at FreeNet.Carleton.CA
Mon Oct 24 06:46:12 EST 1994
My partner and I garden on the southeastern side of Vancourver
Island, British Columbia. This year was a good one for
all of the hot weather varieties, including peppers, which
grew prolifically. Our "reds" (cayenne & Hungarian) were
properly hot. However, as in the past, the jalapenos were
as mild as bell peppers. What gives? Specifically, what
are the factors that determine how hot a pepper will be?
A post here with a copy e-mailed will be appreciated.
David Todtman, Ph.D.
Duncan, Vancouver Island
British Columbia, Canada
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