Peppers : New Mexico Hatch Green Chiles
picked green and roasted
Hatch Green Chile (Capsicum annuum). "Hatch Chile" is not an actual variety, but is a term used to describe peppers of several different varieties grown in the Hatch, NM area. This variety is Agco Fire Green. (75 days) It is improved through selection for uniform set, flavor and easy machine harvesting. It is field grown near Hatch, NM and sold as ‘Hot’. Peppers are 7" long on productive 30” plants. Easy to Grow. The Hatch Chile Festival occurs every Labor Day weekend in Hatch, NM and attracts people world-wide to Hatch, “The Chile Capital of the World.”Solanaceae Capsicum annuum
This fungus can also cause a form of crown rot and white mold. It was once considered a disease of warmer areas, but is now found as far north as Minnesota. It can affect a wide range of plant species, with Potato and Okra being most affected. Symptoms include yellowing, wilting and dying of leaves and visible fungus on soil and plant. The best control is good sanitation.
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