elokuu 15, 2020, 20:21:54 ip

Uutiset:

Tervehdys, kaksi samaan aikaan sattunutta teknistä muutosta / ongelmaa summa aiheutti vajaan viikon katkon foorumille. Nyt palvelinohjelmisto on jouduttu päivittämään uuteen ja sekä ulkoasu että toiminnallisuus on muuttunut. Toivotttavasti ei ainakaan kovin paljoa huonompaan suuntaan. Odottamattomia ongelmiakin saattaa ilmaantua.


Seed exchange

Aloittaja Hristo, tammikuu 16, 2007, 17:12:31 ip

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Hristo

I live in Bulgaria, so currently have mainly Bulgarian varieties

Commercial varieties (As a matter of fact most (except few) of them are true heirlooms turned in commerce):

Zlaten Medal (Gold Medal) - Kapiya type (Kapiya (often written Kapia, but Kapiya is more correct)(means: scabbard / sheath) is a type of pepper with tapered and flattened fruit, which is the most common type of pepper in Bulgaria) - Sweet, juicy, aromatic, non-pungent - Average plant height: 65-75 cm., Fruits: average size 16-22 cm., average weight 65-75 gr. Used for fresh eating, roasting (easy to peel), salads, cooking. Image (red when ripe): http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/01.jpg

Sofiiska Kapiya - Sweet, juicy, non-pungent - Average plant height: 50-70 cm., Fruits: average size 12-16 cm., average weight 66 gr. Used for fresh eating, roasting (easy to peel), pickling. Image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/02.jpg

Sivriya 600 - Sweet, aromatic, non-pungent - Average plant height: 55-75 cm., Fruits: average size 18-20 cm., average weight 60-70 gr. Used for fresh eating, cooking, pickling. Image (red with orange hue when ripe): http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/03.jpg

Byala Shipka - Medium-hot - Average plant height: 30-40 cm., Fruits: average size 5-7 cm., average weight 8-10 gr. Used for fresh eating, pickling. Image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/04.jpg

Balgarski Ratund (Bulgarian Ratund) (Ratund or Kamba (synonyms) are called the tomato shaped varieties) - Sweet, juicy, non-pungent to mildly hot, mainly used for pickling - Average plant height: 35-45 cm., Fruits: average weight 90-100 gr., image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/05.jpg

Kurtovska Kapiya 1619 - The most popular variety in Bulgaria - Sweet, aromatic, non-pungent - Average plant height: 60-65 cm., Fruits: average size 12-15 cm., average weight 70-80 gr. Used for fresh eating, roasting, cooking, pickling. Image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/06.jpg

Kapiya UV - Sweet, non-pungent, Derived from Kurtovska Kapiya 1619 - Average plant height: 60-65 cm., Fruits: average size 18-24 cm., average weight 73-83 gr. Used for fresh eating. Image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/07.jpg

Byal Kalinkov - Sweet, juicy, non-pungent - Average plant height: 60-80 cm., Fruits: average size 9-10 cm., average weight 87 gr. (grows upright). Used for fresh eating, stuffing, pickling. Image (red when ripe): http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/08.jpg

Hebar - Sweet, non-pungent - Average plant height: 45-50 cm., Fruits: average size 11-14 cm., average weight 60-80 gr. Used for fresh eating, pickling. Image (red when ripe): http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/09.jpg

Gorogled 6 - Sweet, non-pungent, used for grinding - Average plant height: 55-60 cm., Average fruit weight 42-46 gr. (grows upright), image: http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/10.jpg

Chorbadjiiski - Pleasantly hot - Average plant height: 56 cm., Fruits: average size 17-22 cm., average weight 25-30 gr. Used for fresh eating, pickling. Image (red when ripe): http://agro.ttm.bg/publish/ABP/11.jpg

Plovdivska Shipka (known as Bulgarian Carrot) - Hot - Average plant height: 55-60 cm., Fruits: average size 7-8 cm., average weight 9 gr. Used for fresh eating (coarse flesh).

Djuliunska Shipka - Hot - Average plant height: 50 cm., Fruits: average size 5-6 cm. Average fruit weight 8-11 gr. Ripens red. Used for fresh eating, pickling.

Albena - like Zlaten Medal, but did not form anthocyanin (blue) spots when cold. Also see: http://ig.bas.bg/eng/index.php?p=offer.htm

Osmarsko kambe - Sweet, non-pungent - Kamba (Ratund) type, smooth, very thick walls, red when ripe. Average fruit diameter 8-10 cm. Average weight 120-140 gr.

Shablenska Kapiya - Kapiya type variety, non-pungent (do not have more info)


Non-Bulgarian varieties (commercial seeds):

Slonsko uho (Elephant Ear) - Sweet, non-pungent, Kapiya type, red when ripe, popular non-Bulgarian variety (Yugoslavian I think)

Topepo Rosso - Italian variety. Sweet, non-pungent Kamba (Ratund)-type peppers. Small plant. For image and more info: http://www.theitaliangardener.com.au/category10_1.htm

Verde per Sottaceti (Green for Pickling) - Italian variety. Sweet, non-pungent. Looks similar to Chorbadjiiski (see above). Small plant.


Also some non-commercial varieties (heirlooms) (they are not grown under isolation, so off types are possible):

Chervena Kamba - Sweet, juicy, non-pungent - tomato like shaped, smooth, very thick walls, red when ripe

Julta Kamba - Sweet, juicy, non-pungent - tomato like shaped, smooth, very thick walls, yellow when ripe

Unnamed - Pointsettia-type variety. Sweet, but hot too


Also have Thai hot/Thai Bird and Purple Beauty


The non-pepper seeds that I have can be seen at:
http://www.geocities.com/bg_seeds

I'm looking for these pepper varieties:
http://www.geocities.com/bg_seeds/peppers_wanted.html


Hristo

cornell

Thanks mate! Got your packet with 8 varieties... hope they germinate though it was -35 in my postbox this morning.

If U are interested in bulgarian peppers, Hristo is the man to deal with...


Cornell
¨käynks mä usein täällä?¨

tknummelin

Damn, I forgot to thank Hristo for near-professional seed exchange  :shock:

I'm very sure that I'm going contact him again if I need something Bulgarian.

Hristo

Lainaus käyttäjältä: "cornell"Thanks mate! Got your packet with 8 varieties... hope they germinate though it was -35 in my postbox this morning.

If U are interested in bulgarian peppers, Hristo is the man to deal with...


Cornell


If they did not germinate - write me and will send you again

Hristo

Lainaus käyttäjältä: "tknummelin"Damn, I forgot to thank Hristo for near-professional seed exchange  :shock:

I'm very sure that I'm going contact him again if I need something Bulgarian.


If you need local varieties of veggies that are not listed in my seedlist - ask!