¡Escandalo! Seedy mixup results in #Jalapeñogate drama across the US

This week urban agriculture extension educator John Porter wrote about a pepper mix up plaguing Nebraska gardeners and gardeners across the country for the Garden Professors. Click below to read more!

John Porter
Urban Agriculture Program Coordinator at Nebraska Extension
John Porter is the urban agriculture extension educator for the Omaha metro area and statewide program leader for the Horticulture, Landscape, and Environmental Systems team at Nebraska Extension. He specializes in urban agriculture and horticulture, especially in the areas of vegetable and fruit production for home gardens, urban farms, and edible landscaping.
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  1. Lisa G says:

    I am growing 4 plants of phantom Chocolate Beauty. I looked forward to harvesting 5 or 6 nice bell stuffing peppers from each plant. Instead I have a bounty of quarter size Cherry Red Peppers! Seed source: Omana Public Library Common Soil. Hopefully they will re-label the envelopes and the correct seed will be made available next season.

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