CHILLI - Jet F1 seeds

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Chilli Jet F1 - 7 Seeds  (Hybrid, Treated*)

Capsicum annum 

Chilli JET F1 is an outstanding variety producing classy fruit. Its high-quality Cayenne chilli for growers that require a slightly larger fruit size. The plant has a vigorous, easy growing habit and will set fruit continually with a medium-late maturity and high yield. 

Chilli JET F1 produces smooth tapered fruit with a glossy appearance and thick walls, contributing to the excellent shelf life. With high pungency levels, Cayenne chillies are popular in a range of cuisines. 

The chilli fruit size approximately 12cm x 2cm 

Pungency levels of 30,000-50,000 Scoville units (The Jalapeno reference point 5,000 SHU)


*Important Note 

These seeds are treated with a fungicide (Thiram), DO NOT eat the seeds or feed them to animals. Keep them away from children & animals. Wear gloves and thoroughly wash skin with water & soap after touching the seeds. Treated seeds do not affect your crops or harm insects such as bees. These treated seeds are strictly for propagation or growing in the garden only. THE RESULTANT CROP IS EDIBLE. 

Fungicide seed treatment may be an AQIS (Biosecurity, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Government of Australia) requirement for certain seeds varieties. Treated seeds may be dyed a distinct colour. Read the label on the seed packet before usage.


How to Germinate Chilli Seeds

First, do not forget that chillies are subtropical to tropical vegetable plant and love the heat.  You MUST ensure that the chilli seeds' soil temperature MUST remain between 28 - 30 °C, 24x7 – Day & Night. So if you live in Australia's cool & temperate climate zone, you need to invest in seedling heat with a thermostat without any doubt. If you don't want to invest in a seedling heat mat & thermostat, then you need to wait until summer to start the Chilli. Simply keeping seeds in the greenhouse (which may have a temperature drop below 10 °C on many nights even in late Oct to late November to the many parts of Australia), may yield poor germination result. 

Patience is a virtue! It can take up-to a minimum of 2 weeks to 4 weeks maximum before the first seedlings will sprout. 

It would be best if you made sure to measure the heat of the soil by putting the thermometer inside the soil of the seedlings. Make sure that soil does not dry out, but make sure they are not too wet either because this will make the seeds susceptible to fungal pathogens 

We suggest storing our seeds in the refrigerator in the given plastic clip lock until seeding them up. Please make sure that you do not get any moisture in the bags


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