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Organic Catriona F1 Sweet Pepper  Organic Non-GMO Catriona F1 Sweet Pepper - HYBRID

Early-maturing yellow bell with robust disease resistance package. Compact plants are strong and upright, suitable for open field or high tunnel production, with good fruit set in a wide range of conditions. Creates a beautiful display when combined with Sprinter and Milena! Intermediate resistance to TSWV and PVY. Upright habit · 3.5" fruits (Capsicum annuum)

Days to maturity: 60 days green, 68 yellow
Disease Resistance: Tobacco Mosaic Virus (0-3), Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus, Potato Virus Y (0-2), Powdery Mildew
SKU Description Our price
2792A 10 seeds $9.40
2792B 100 seeds $71.00
2792C 250 seeds $154.00
2792D 500 seeds $218.00
2792M001 1 M $398.00 Out of stock for 2016
2792M005 5 M $1850.00 $370.00/M Out of stock for 2016
2792M025 25 M $8550.00 $342.00/M Out of stock for 2016

Unit Size
Colored Bell Pepper Comparison Chart
Item Code Variety Name Heirloom Type Color Disease Resistance DTM Green DTM Ripe Flavor/Heat (SHU - Scoville Heat Units) Outstanding for Cool & Short-Seasons Standout Characteristics
2792 Catriona F1   bell yellow TMV (0-3), TSWV, PVY (0-2), PM 60 68 sweet   3.5" wide medium sized fruit, blocky, widely-adapted, compact plants, upright habit, good for field & high tunnel
2776 Golden California Wonder   bell yellow   60 78 sweet thick walls, 22-30" sturdy plants, ever-bearing, high yielding, good fruit set in cool conditions
2771 Milena F1   bell orange PVY, TMV (0), TSWV 65 83 sweet   1/2# peppers are 3x4", vigorous and upright, open plant habit, 28" plants, good in hot conditions, does well in greenhouse/hoophouse/field
2814 Purple Beauty   bell purple/red   55 (purple) 75 (red) sweet   medium sized peppers, sturdy and compact plants, fruit sets on crown and on each limb, holds purple stage well, widely adapted
2789 Iko Iko   bell purple/ yellow/red/ orange   65 (yellow, purple) 85 (red/orange) sweet spectacular color spectrum, high yields, upright habit, good leave color
2805 Madonna F1   bell yellow TMV (0-2), TWSV 75 85 sweet   prolific, uniform large 4" fruits, continuous high yields all season. Good leaf cover, for field or greenhouse
2769 Abay F1   bell gold BLS (1-5), TMV 85 95 sweet   jumbo 4" gold fruits on widely adapted plants. Great field variety for spring and fall in the South, and as a main crop in the North

Disease Resistance Key:
BLS Bacterial Leaf Spot (races indicated if known)
CMV Cucumber Mosaic Virus
TMV Tobacco Mosaic Virus
PVY Potato Virus Y
TSWV Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

Organic Peppers - Growing and Seed Saving Info

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Peppers (Capsicum annuum) are long-season, heat-loving annuals in the Solanaceae family which includes eggplants, tomatoes, tomatillos, potatoes and ground cherries.
  • Bells- Oblong lobed fruit that is sweet and red or yellow when ripe, also eaten in the immature green stage.
  • Specialty – Long tapering fruits are especially flavorful and sweet, often used as frying peppers but also excellent for fresh eating.
  • Hot – Small spicy fruits often have thin walls that make for easy drying. Hot peppers can be used fresh or dried and ground.
Soil and Nutrient Requirements
Peppers prefer light, well drained, moderately fertile soil with pH 6.5-6.8. Use a high phosphorus starter fertilizer when transplanting to give young peppers a good start. Keep nitrogen levels in moderation, as high amounts can reduce yields.
Full sun
Seeding Depth
Seeding Rate
670 plants/1000’  9700 plants/acre (~11M seeds/acre, ~2.75 oz), using 18” spacing, double rows, 18” apart on 6’ center beds. M=1000
Plant Spacing
Row Spacing
18-36" or double rows 18” apart on 5-6’ centers.
When to Sow
Start transplants 6-8 weeks before planting date. Sow seeds into flat ~4 seeds/inch and then pot up into 2” or larger cells after first set of true leaves appear. Optimal soil temperature for germination is 85°F.  For growing transplants, maintain temperature at around 75°F during the day and 65°F at night. Harden off plants by slightly reducing temperature to 60-65°F and reducing water for 2-3 days before transplanting.
Other Considerations
Plant growth and fruit set is encouraged by use of plastic mulch to warm roots and soil, especially when used in combination with floating row cover. Remove row cover when temperatures are above 85ºF to avoid heat damage.
Frost Tolerant
Drought Tolerant
Heat Tolerant
Seed Specs
3,400-4,900 seeds/oz (4M avg). Seeding rate: 670 plants/1000’ (~800 seeds, ~ ¼ oz.), 9,000 plants/acre (~12M seeds, ~ 3 oz.), using 18” spacing, double rows, 18” apart on 6' center beds. M= 1,000, MM=1,000,000
Harvest first peppers promptly to stimulate further fruit production. Peppers can be harvested and eaten at either unripe (green) or ripe (colored) stage.  Colored peppers generally require 2 – 4 weeks longer
Store peppers at 50° - 54°F and 95% percent relative humidity. Chilling injury occurs at temperatures below 45°F.
Pest Info
  • If plants are flowering but fail to set fruit, the culprit (at least in northern regions) is likely to be the tarnished plant bug, which particularly appreciates the sap of eggplant and pepper flowers. Consider planting under row covers, or where this is impractical, a spray containing several deterrents, such as Beauveria bassiana (such as Naturalis™), pyrethrin, neem oil, and/or an insecticidal soap (such as Safer Brand™) may be effective.
Disease Info
  • Peppers are commonly subject to bacterial spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria) manifesting as leaf lesions that turn dark brown to black with a central tan area.  Affected leaves eventually drop off. Fruit spots are brown to black with a warty appearance. The disease persists on plant residue and seed, so practice strict sanitation and purchase only disease-free seed. Copper fungicides can be moderately effective, but for isolated outbreaks, it is best to pull up infected plants immediately and destroy.
  • The several viruses that affect peppers can be difficult to distinguish from one another but should all be treated similarly: pull up infected plants immediately to prevent spread.
  •  In soils containing the verticillium wilt fungi (Verticillium alboatrum and Verticillium dahliae), practice long crop rotations to reduce severity of the disease.
Seed Saving Instructions

Self pollinated but can be up to 20% insect pollinated. 200-300 feet is sufficient for isolation between varieties. Peppers need to be red (or whatever color they ripen to) and can be cut open and the seeds dried on a plate or cloth. Use a 1/8" screen to help with cleaning. Pepper seeds can remain viable for 3 years under cool and dry storage conditions.

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