[Market-farming] Pepper?

Bill Shoemaker wshoemak at illinois.edu
Wed Feb 18 12:41:34 EST 2009


Was it 'Biscayne' Marie? It is an older cubanelle type or frying pepper, sweet, not hot.

Bill

---- Original message ----
>Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2009 11:16:51 -0600
>From: "Marie Kamphefner" <kampy at grm.net>  
>Subject: [Market-farming] Pepper?  
>To: "'Market Farming'" <market-farming at lists.ibiblio.org>
>
>
>Regards to the list:
>
>There was an old fellow who had a market garden not far from here and
>unfortunately is no longer with us. He sold yellow peppers that were about 6
>or 7 inches long, about two inches or so across on the stem end and they
>tapered to a blunt point. They were sweet and delicious and I can't think of
>the name of them, except it had something to do with Florida. Any ideas?
>
>Marie in Missouri
>
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William H Shoemaker, UI-NRES
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