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Does anybody here in Thailand have an idea where I could source  Jalapeno seeds or plants for propagation?  Thanks for any constructive replies.

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5 hours ago, albertik said:

Does anybody here in Thailand have an idea where I could source  Jalapeno seeds or plants for propagation?  Thanks for any constructive replies.

https://www.lazada.co.th/products/jalapeno-mexican-pepper-i222069575-s400630516.html?spm=a2o4m.searchlist.list.12.130546f8Liqj5O&search=1

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Royal Projects shops sell jalapenos grown here. At least in Chiang Mai. Not sure about plants tho. I bought a bag and got seeds from them. Now growing my own plants. 

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Hello All, I just got my CARE package from the US and finally got

my seed.

I only needed 1/4oz. of seed, but they only had 1oz. packs at the time.

They are seed for 2018 growing season, should still be viable.

I would like to offer 3-@ 1/4oz. each of the M, Early and the serrano

if anyone is interested? 200B + 40B for EMS.

PM me if interested.

Ive used SS seeds for 2 years now, and am very happy with their

quality. The will USPS seed order to LOS. There Yolo Wonder is a great

bellpeper.  

1/4oz. is 700-800 seed

 

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Do it the Cheap Charlie way......just ask extra at Subway 

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On 2/11/2019 at 7:02 PM, Pravda said:

Do it the Cheap Charlie way......just ask extra at Subway 

The last time I had jal's in a sandwich there, they were green, not red, ripe fruit

which you usually use if you grow from SS.(saved seed)

They were also pickled jal's, which means they were cooked in a hotwater bath

inside a can in vinegar.

I would sure like to see your plants. 5555555555555

 rice555 

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I had some bell peppers from my local market, after reading this thread thought I'd plant some of seeds from them (15 red seeds, 15 yellow seeds).
Planted 30 seeds in an egg tray and put it near the window, 7 days later 5 have sprouted.
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Most likely they will be F1 Hybrids therefore the resulting plants and fruits might be disappointing.
But you can give it a try. It's for free so why not.
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