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Old January 17, 2013   #1
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I found this paper online - it describes all the different types of peppers, and I found it very useful.

http://www.reocities.com/wstarron/circ530.pdf
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Old January 17, 2013   #2
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Thanks. It is very useful, as far as it goes. I didn't see any mention of anything hotter than habanero. There's quite a few now of the habanero crosses coming out of India, like "Ghost" peppers. I find them too hot to eat and little flavor but great to dry and use in the garden to repel mammals large and small.
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Thanks! Looks good. I saved it on my library and will read it on my lunch hour next week at work when I don't have Internet connection.
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Old January 17, 2013   #4
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Great read. I learned a lot, thanks!
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