Indian PC-1 Pepper
Here is the Indian PC-1 Pepper, Capsicum frutescens, Scoville units: 50,000 to 100,000 SHU. This variety comes from India and was considered Naga Jolokia for some time. That's why they are often, but incorrectly, found under the names Naga Jolokia (PC-1) and Naga Jolokia Tezpur. It was published as the hottest chilli in the world and should replace breeds such as Habanero Red Savina and Habanero Francisca in terms of hotness record. Later it turned out that the variety is also a very hot and aromatic chilli of the Capsicum frutescens species, but the heat does not come close to the Naga Jolokia. In addition, the Naga Jolokia is a representative of the Capsicum chinense species. Plants can get to 5 feet tall and really bush out! Very heavy producer. Open pollinated 80 days.
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