This is one of the worlds hottest chilis and naga chillis have been measured at over 1 million Scoville heat units (SHU). The naga is a constituent of the worlds hottest curry so if you like spice and are brave enough to try it, this is the chilli for you!
Sowing Time: Jan- Feb
Sowing Indoors: They have a very long growing season so it’s important to sow these chillies early. Sow seeds individually into module trays filled with seed compost, then lightly cover with al little more compost so they are 0.5cm deep. Place in warmth such as a propagator at 18-20 Deg C (64- 68 Deg F) and keep moist. Germination should take 7-14 days.
Growing On: Keep seedlings in a light position but shade from bright sunlight. When large enough to handle transplant seedlings to larger pots 7cm (3in).
Transplanting: Once the seedlings are large enough to handle and flowers have started to appear, transplant into grow bags or large containers in the greenhouse. The plants will be approximately 10cm (4in) tall at this time. Feed weekly with liquid fertiliser for best results.
Harvest: Aug- Oct Handle these chillis with care, they are extremely hot, keep away from small children and eat with great care.
Warning: This Variety is extremely hot, always wash your hands after handling chillis and do not rub eyes.
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