The Manzano Pepper

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Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
Manzano Pepper
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Pepper NameManzano Pepper
Pepper Cultivar Currently Unknown
Wikipedia SummaryCapsicum pubescens is native to Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador and dates back to pre-Incan times; traces of its presence have been found in the Guitarrero Caves. It is also considered the flagship of Peru and it is consumed fresh, paste, dried, or ground. It belongs to a species of the genus Capsicum (pepper), and is known in Peru and Ecuador as rocoto (Quechua, rukutu, ruqutu'), locoto in Bolivia and Argentina (Aymara, luqutu) and as the manzano pepper in Mexico which means 'apple' for its apple-shaped fruit. Vegetative characteristics === Like all other species of the genus Capsicum, plants of the species Capsicum pubescens grow as a shrub, but sometimes as climbing plants. Distribution == Capsicum pubescens is found in cultivation primarily in Bolivia and Peru where it likely originated as well as Mexico and Central America.
Scoville Low12,000
Scoville High30,000
Scoville Median 21,000
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