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Chatuchak market / jalapeno seeds

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Hi everybody,

Before I make the trip, I thought I'd ask: "Has anyone been to the gardening section of Chatuchak market lately? If so, do you know if they sell jalapeno or habanero seeds?"

Thanks

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what wrong with buying the jalapeno and using the seed from there. are they monsanto modified or summit?

why do you need to grow them they are cheap and readily available?

only wussus eat jalapeno real men eat the real deal red chile

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^^^ Obviously you don't cook yourself.

It's not about heat.

no i leave the cooking to the hired help. which reminds me just about breakfast time.

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^^^ Obviously you don't cook yourself.

It's not about heat.

no i leave the cooking to the hired help. which reminds me just about breakfast time.

Tell them to put some Trinidad scorpions in there if you like heat, or are you a wuss?

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what wrong with buying the jalapeno and using the seed from there. are they monsanto modified or summit?

why do you need to grow them they are cheap and readily available?

only wussus eat jalapeno real men eat the real deal red chile

Hi, rabid old goat.

If I could find the jalapenos to buy, I would use the seed. But unfortunately, here in Ayutthaya, I can't find any or any packets of seeds. That's why I asked the original question. I already have some "real deal red chillies" growing, so I though I'd try my hand at something else. Then, if successful, try making some salsa. It's just a hobby.

I don't like large crowds, but if someone had seen the seeds or even the plants at Chatuchak, I would make the trip.

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If you are looking for a nice mild pepper. I can give you some Aji Panca seeds from Peru.

Thanks for that offer soidog2. I would be interested. You can pm anytime.

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what wrong with buying the jalapeno and using the seed from there. are they monsanto modified or summit?

why do you need to grow them they are cheap and readily available?

only wussus eat jalapeno real men eat the real deal red chile

Hi, rabid old goat.

If I could find the jalapenos to buy, I would use the seed. But unfortunately, here in Ayutthaya, I can't find any or any packets of seeds. That's why I asked the original question. I already have some "real deal red chillies" growing, so I though I'd try my hand at something else. Then, if successful, try making some salsa. It's just a hobby.

I don't like large crowds, but if someone had seen the seeds or even the plants at Chatuchak, I would make the trip.

I was given Jalapeno and Habanero seeds last year, imported. They didn't thrive, and I have 40 years experience as a profi. The Habanero eventually gave me 6 or so fruits after nine months (Very good they were too), the Jalapenos refused to grow, the Habaneros refused to die. Soil borne pathogens I guess, which Thai chili is immune against and many other varieties such as bell peppers, aren't. But you can try!

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what wrong with buying the jalapeno and using the seed from there. are they monsanto modified or summit?

why do you need to grow them they are cheap and readily available?

only wussus eat jalapeno real men eat the real deal red chile

Hi, rabid old goat.

If I could find the jalapenos to buy, I would use the seed. But unfortunately, here in Ayutthaya, I can't find any or any packets of seeds. That's why I asked the original question. I already have some "real deal red chillies" growing, so I though I'd try my hand at something else. Then, if successful, try making some salsa. It's just a hobby.

I don't like large crowds, but if someone had seen the seeds or even the plants at Chatuchak, I would make the trip.

A much more polite response than post #2 actually deserved.

Good look with finding the Jalapenos.

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You might try some Prik Som (orange pepper)I think they are a type of Habanero and fairly hot even by Thai standards. You should be able to find some in your local market and just use the seeds. If you can't, pm me and I will see if I can find some up here.

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Thanks for your replies everybody. Appreciate the advice and info given.

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