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One Pepper Plant, Two Pepper Varieties?

comments (2) September 13th, 2012

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bozemeier bozemeier, member
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I know it is common to get a hybrid from collected seeds because I have them each year. But genetically, how can a single plant have two different peppers? I have a single pepper plant with one pepper that looks identical to a Jalapeno pepper and one pepper that looks identical to a Bell Pepper.

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CalebJMalcom writes: Genetic Mutation or Chimera genes.
Posted: 11:22 am on June 30th
LeslieinPayson writes: A genetic mutation?
Posted: 2:07 pm on September 19th
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