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D02-011
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Basic Collection Information and Status
 
Chile (Capsicum annuum, Solanaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   New Mexico, United States (latitude: 35°; altitude: 5,000 ft / 1,500 m)
Collection Year   1982
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
SandiaD004
A hot chile, 6-9 inches long, used for rellenos, enchilada sauce and stews. Plants grow around 3 ft in height.
 
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Collection Site
 
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Photographs
 
The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
D02-011 CF01 FlD02-011 CF01 Fr1D02-011 CF01 Fr2D02-011 CF08 F1D02-011 CF01 L1D02-011 CF08 P1D02-011 CF16 P2 Fr2D02-011 CF16 P1 Fr1
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Characterization and Evaluation
 
The table below lists observations of this accession's characteristics (why are characters sometimes listed more than once
?For some accessions, observations of a particular trait have been recorded over more than one season or location; these are indicated by the different values in the Lot column.
).
CharacterObservationLot, Frequency and CommentsCharacter Description (Source and Code)
corolla colorWhitelot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.1.4)
corolla shapeRotatelot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.1.6)
days to 50% flower83lot: CF '01
days to 50% fruit set157lot: CF '01
days to 50% maturity from planting164lot: CF '01
days to 50% maturity from transplanting105lot: CF '01
days to first flower76lot: CF '01
days to first fruit set83lot: CF '01
flower positionIntermediatelot: CF '01Recorded at anthesis. (Bioversity 7.2.1.3)
fruit color at intermediate stageGreenlot: CF '01Recorded on fruits just before the ripening stage (Bioversity 7.2.2.3)
fruit color at mature stageRedlot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.2.6)
fruit length14.75 cmlot: CF '01Average fruit length of 10 ripe fruits of the second harvest (Bioversity 7.2.2.8)
fruit shapeElongatelot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.2.7)
fruit shape at blossom endSunkenlot: CF '01Average of 10 fruit (Bioversity 7.2.2.15)
fruit shape at pedicel attachmentTruncatelot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.2.13)
fruit width3.74 cmlot: CF '01Measured at the widest point. Average fruit width of 10 ripe fruits of the second harvest (Bioversity 7.2.2.9)
growth habitIntermediate (compact)lot: CF '01Observed when 50% of the plants bear ripe fruit (Bioversity 7.1.2.7)
leaf pubescenceSparselot: CF '01Recorded when in 50% of the plants the first fruit ha begun to ripen. Average of 10 mature leaves (from the main branches of the plant). Observed on the youngest mature leaves. (Bioversity 7.1.2.17)
neck at base of fruitAbsentlot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.2.14)
nodal anthocyaninPurplelot: CF '01Recorded at plant maturity (Bioversity 7.1.2.3)
number of flowers per axle1lot: CF '01 (Bioversity 7.2.1.2)
plant height76.81 cmlot: CF '01Recorded when the first fruit has begun to ripen in 50% of the plants (Bioversity 7.1.2.6)
stem pubescenceSparselot: CF '01Recorded on mature plants, excluding the first two nodes below the shoot (Bioversity 7.1.2.5)
stem shapeFlattenedlot: CF '01Observed at plant maturity (Bioversity 7.1.2.4)
Chile IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
One of the great Native American contributions to the cuisines of the world. A widely used fruit high in Vitamin C. Domesticated chiles vary profoundly in shape, size, color, pungency and flavor.Start seeds inside, 1/4" deep in sandy soil, 8-10 weeks before last frost. Seeds are slow to germinate and need warmth. Transplant seedlings 12-16" apart. Partial shade is best in low desert, full sun in cooler climates. Provide support.The insect-visited flowers can self-pollinate or cross. Grow only one variety at a time or isolate flowers. Allow fruit to ripen and mature on the plant. Chiles turn red or dark brown when mature.
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