Chili type

Chili type

Know the difference between red peppers, green chilies and curly peppers.
For chilli players this may not be a problem, but for beginners it can be confusing. Knowledge of these types of chili is indispensable to make farming planning. The goal is that we can determine the required capital, cultivation techniques and targeted markets.
Chillies are included in the eggplant class of Solanaceae. The name of the chili species is Capsicum sp. The types and varieties of chili plants are numerous. But of that number only a few species are cultivated widespread.
In Indonesia, at least three kinds of chili are known most cultivated, namely large chili, chili pepper and chili hybrids. In addition there are several types of ornamental chili that is not to be consumed as the types of ornamental chili.

• Chili type
Large chili (Capium annum L) is an important agricultural commodity in Indonesia. In general there are three large chili groups, namely large red peppers, red curly peppers and green peppers. Varietasnya quite a few popular few of them as follows:
• • large red peppers. The shape is long tapering with a pointed tip. The skin is smooth and a bit thick like it has a layer of wax. • • red curly pepper. The shape is long with a small diameter, pointed tip taper. The fruit skin is not smooth but wavy or curly. The skin of the fruit is relatively thin • • green chili. The type of green chili is actually a large red pepper or red curly peppers are harvested while still green. The reason for this early harvesting is usually to get a faster hash or in some locations is difficult to harvest red. For areas that have high rainfall and high humidity is relatively more difficult to harvest chili until red is perfect. Green chilli is not a red chili pepper and the price is cheaper.

This pepper plant is quite sensitive to weather, pests and diseases. Planting this type of chili requires special skills and experience, especially for large parties. Capital for cultivation is relatively large. Perhaps because of the risk of planting chili is high enough, so that in times when there could be shortage of supply.
This makes the price of this commodity can be very high and shocking economy.

• Types of cayenne pepper
Cayenne pepper (Capsium frutescens) has a mini size, about 2-4 cm long. This type of chili flavor is relatively more spicy than large chili, although there are some varieties that are less spicy. The color of cayenne pepper is very diverse, ranging from green, red, yellow to orange.
This type of chili can bear fruit throughout the year, do not recognize the season. Plants are quite resistant to all weather and can grow in the highlands and low. Most types of cayenne pepper grown in Indonesia are local varieties. The seeds are self-produced by farmers from previous crops.

• Types of hybrid chili
Chili hybrids are actually included in a large chili class. It's just been cross and selection with a variety of modern breeding techniques. Most hybrid chillies are more spoiled than regular varieties. Some of them are less resistant to be planted in open fields such as chili peppers.
This hybrid chili has an advantage in terms of productivity, shape and resistance to certain diseases. Some popular hybrid chili types are:
•• red chili: Hot beauty, Emerald, Horison, Imperial, Violin, Inko hot.
• • curly peppers: Lembang-1, Tanjung-1, Tanjung-2, Kunthi, Papyrus • • cayenne pepper: Discovery, Bara, Taruna, Dewata, Juwita.
Paprika: Hairloom, Edison, Sunniya.

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