The Beaver Dam Pepper

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Beaver Dam Pepper
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Pepper NameBeaver Dam Pepper
Pepper Cultivar Capsicum Annuum
Scoville 750
Wikipedia SummaryThe Beaver Dam pepper is a Capsicum annuum cultivar derived from seeds brought to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin by Hungarian immigrant Joe Hussli in 1912. It is listed in the Slow Food Foundation's 'Ark of Taste', and is the subject of an annual festival held in Beaver Dam each September. Characteristics == Beaver Dam pepper plants are sensitive to moisture and produce more fruits in dry conditions. The fruits are horn-shaped, thick-walled and red or orange when ripe, reaching 6 to 9 inches in length. Because of the size of the fruits, the plant may require a trellis or cage for support.
Scoville Low500
Scoville High1,000
Scoville Median 750
LocationCountry: Hungary
Lat: 47.16 Long: 19.50
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