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The 2000 section of Mike's Pepper Garden contains information specific to the 2000 growing season, including seed and supplier information, specific plans for indoor germination and transplanting to the garden, and germination and growth data summaries for the Author's 2000 crop of chile peppers. This section of the site also contains topical articles from the 2000 season.

The 2000 crop was grown in the western Piedmont of North Carolina, north of Greensboro, at about 36o17' N, 79o52' W (agricultural zone 7) on an old homestead, within 100 yards of the original 150-year-old plantation house.

This Season's Varieties
Bolivian Rainbow, Charleston Hot, Cubanelle, Jalapeno, NuMex Big Jim, Pasilla Bajio, Scotch Bonnet, Tepin, Yellow Corno de Toro, ex-Soviet Pepper


Articles
ex-Soviet Peppers in 2000
High-Density Container Gardening
That Old Tabasco Plant
Overwinter 2000

Plans and Data
Seeds for 2000
Grower's Log for 2000
Harvest Data for 2000
Conclusions for 2000
Status Archive



Quick Statistics
First Plant Showing: NuMex Big Jim at 6 days
First Plant Standing: NuMex Big Jim and Bolivian Rainbow at 8 days
Highest Germination Rate: Bolivian Rainbow at 83%
Lowest Germination Rate: ex-Soviet at 0%
Overall Germination Rate: 50.8%
First plant big enough to be thinned: two Charleston Hots, one NuMex Big Jim, and one Cubanelle at 15 days
First ripe pepper: Yellow Corno de Toro at 128 days


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