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Old November 21, 2013   #6
Tania
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Originally Posted by Mojave View Post
Well, some of the folks over at THP have seen this before. Apparently the colder weather triggers it and it only seems to affect the superhots. Everything will be fine come Spring (I'm overwintering).

The superhots must be the genetically shakiest peppers out there, something in the genes triggered by the weather??
Bill,

I have seen something similar happening with my Trinidad Scorpion and Scotch Bonnet Red peppers - some weird shape change on the same plants. At the beginning, I even thought I did not get correct Scotch Bonnets!

Trinidad Scorpions started out without tails, and later in the season they produced typical shapes with 'tails'. Strange, isn't it?
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