Chicken itza a Habanero hybrid that I grow this year

Chichen Itza is a hybrid habanero that ripen from green to orange. It has ripe fruits a few weeks earlier a many other ordinary Habaneros. Pretty hot about. 180.000 SHU

Today it was time for the small Chicken itza plants to get down into smaller plant pots with nutrient rich soil. Even this kind of chili is new to me and it will be interesting to föja its development.

I have some plants if you are eager to cultivate this kind this year.

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4 Responses to Chicken itza a Habanero hybrid that I grow this year

  1. Mats says:

    Sounds in some ways as an exciting variety (Although this is an F1 rather than a stable sort), but after doing some reading, I discovered that the company that this variety comes from, in turn, owned by Monsanto, I definitely do not want to support in any way. Sin! See more info about which varieties it comes here:

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Mats!
      Interesting! Then I switched to me these seeds so I have not supported the company “Monsanto” financial. I got stuck just for this hybrid appearance, and that's how I became interested in cultivating the. I saw that also chilisorterna Caribbean Red and Hungarian Yellow Wax was included on the list, and these two kinds are pretty poppulära among hobby growers of chili.

  2. Mats says:

    Yes. Fixed read carefully, it is the “Hungarian Yellow Wax Hot”, with “Hot” at the end. Don't know if it's the same as usual “Hungarian Yellow Wax”, without “Hot” at the end, or if it is something else. Carribean Red is, however, exactly as you type it, So where it seems the possibly be about just the kind.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Mats!
      Well it can probably be so as you write that Hungarian Yellow Wax is not the same kind as "Hungarian Yellow Wax Hot" but to say some pages about the kind, Hungarian wax is also known as "hot yellow" or "hot wax" so it could be the same.

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