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The seeds (and the words below) are from Midwest Gardener. (https://www.youtube.com/c/MidwestGardener)

 

Midwest Odapeno originated from a cross that pollinators did. The original parent was an Oda Sweet Pepper. I saved seeds from it and one of the seeds produced a pepper that wasn't purple, and was very hot. The peppers very quickly reverted to more of a Jalapeno shape, which led me to believe that they had crossed with a Jalapeno that was very nearby. I selected for plants that produced purple peppers with mild heat and Jalapeno shape. The heat is probably around 3K on the Scoville scale. Here is some early history from this pepper:  https://youtu.be/HXXJA8rp9wU

 


Baus review video: https://youtu.be/w0DDdPrIZX4?si=fo5Alnd3L-J_5Oxu

Midwest Odapeno F7

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