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BURAN PEPPER (90 days)

Germ 10-14 days
Polish Heirloom
Buran ripened up toward the end of the season up here in Maine, mid September, but the plant was loaded with green and ripe red peppers. We took a bite out of a green fruit and were quite surprised at the sweetness it had while still green, especially when compared to a green California Wonder pepper. Medium sized, 3-lobed fruits are 4” long. 20 seeds

PLANTING:

Indoors - Start 8-10 weeks before last frost, 1/4" deep with soil temperatures 70-80 degrees. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Transplant 18" apart when danger of frost has passed and when soil is 65 degrees

Harvest - Using a sharp instrument, pick first fruits when they reach usable size, this helps accelerate the growth of the other peppers on the plant. Leave some on to mature, in color and sweeten up.

Tips - Plant in fertile, well composted soil, mulch and provide adequate water. It helps to use row cover early in the season giving the plants extra warmth, especially in the north. Side dress when flowers begin to form.

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02/17/2019
Phil D.
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I recommend this product

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Although it is too soon to tell about the BURAN PEPPER I ordered, I am sure it will be a great addition to our yearly planting of over 300 pepper plants, encompassing 16 varieties. I have done business with Pine tree since the beginning of your company when the catalog was small, and almost devoid of photos, Always a good company to do business with

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10/25/2017
Donna Frost

Very Prolific with Great Flavor

I did a terrible job starting seeds this spring but managed to have 4 Buran seedlings (I might have aimed for six and might have tossed 2 or given them away). Good thing I used tomato cages on my peppers because the plants were very heavy with peppers. I love sweet red peppers so I was aiming on Buran being my main crop for the freezer. I've made pepper relish, roasted 6 trays, cooked some for lunch and dinner. I'll grow Buran again.