Seeds Marinka tongue sweet Pepper (Anokian)

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Distance traveled : 50 Km in average
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Description


GMO free

cultivation in the sun

Untreated seed

Pesticide free

Edible fruit

open pollination

Compostable envelope

A little history:

This sweet Marinka language pepper comes from a village called Marinka or Maryinka which is pronounced Marjinke,

Sometime after the 1775 liquidation of Zaporizhian Sich, the lands of Kalmius Palatine were first passed to Greek settlers.

However, according to the General Plan of the Aleksandrovsk County of the 1830s, the Maryinka region and surrounding villages were not settled.

After the final demarcation of government lands, in the 1840s, in territory not settled by Greeks, former Ukrainian Cossacks and state peasants from various counties of Poltava Governorate and Kharkov Governorate (Little Russia) moved there.

After the partition of Poland, at the end of the 18th century, exiled Poles from the governorates of kyiv and Podolia were also exiled, under the special supervision of the local administration.

Unlike state peasants who used communal land, exiled Poles were considered landowners (“odnodvortsy”).

In 1859 there were 1,318 people. As a state village, Marinka belonged to the fourth group of Aleksandrovsk County, Ekaterinoslav Governorate.

The village administration consisted of a village chief (chef de village), a tax collector, a secretary and a supervisor.

Today in 2022, Population is 9,089 pre-war estimate 2022.

The city was on the front line of the 2022 Russian-Ukrainian War and suffered a lot of damage.

So I decided to grow this early pepper in solidarity with the Ukrainians.

I wish I could send them seeds in Ukraine so that it does not disappear because of the war they have suffered.

This is my way of being in solidarity with these people.

This variety is medium early with very attractive bright red fruits. with a sweet and slightly spicy taste

From sowing to maturity it will take 80-100 days and does not contain many seeds.

The shape of the fruit is a slightly laterally flattened cone, reminiscent of a human tongue.

The skin is soft, shiny, the pulp is fragrant, sweet, 5 to 6 mm thick.

The mass of the fruit is 200-250 grams and it is an ancestral variety of Ukraine.

There is not much additional information for this fruit.

It is a pepper that is super productive and also very early, so excellent for our habitat in Quebec.

I’ve used these peppers, to make paprika, sauces, stir-fries, purees, grilled, stuffed and really they are super delicious ????

So if you want to grow this variety, I strongly recommend it;)

In addition, it is a variety that does not give a lot of seeds

It is extremely rare, so take care!

Sowing from February to March for a harvest from July to October.

Species: Capsicum annuum

Sowing: sow in pot at the beginning of February (to cultivate in an outdoor greenhouse in mid May) or sow in the beginning of March in an indoor pot to be able to cultivate outdoors in June, does not like the cold

Seeds: 2 seeds per pot, because you will have to transplant each seed into pots separately.

Sowing depth: 0.5 -1 cm

Germination time: 6-14 days

Soil: Low acid, humus, loose, fresh and well drained

Location: Requires a warm culture and lots of sun

Spacing between plants: 30-40cm

Height at maturity: 50-60cm

Maturity| : 50-80 days | Very prolific

Seeds per envelope: +/- 10

From : Mercier, QC, CANADA - 55 Km.

GMO free

cultivation in the sun

Untreated seed

Pesticide free

Edible fruit

open pollination

Compostable envelope

A little history:

This sweet Marinka language pepper comes from a village called Marinka or Maryinka which is pronounced Marjinke,

Sometime after the 1775 liquidation of Zaporizhian Sich, the lands of Kalmius Palatine were first passed to Greek settlers.

However, according to the General Plan of the Aleksandrovsk County of the 1830s, the Maryinka region and surrounding villages were not settled.

After the final demarcation of government lands, in the 1840s, in territory not settled by Greeks, former Ukrainian Cossacks and state peasants from various counties of Poltava Governorate and Kharkov Governorate (Little Russia) moved there.

After the partition of Poland, at the end of the 18th century, exiled Poles from the governorates of kyiv and Podolia were also exiled, under the special supervision of the local administration.

Unlike state peasants who used communal land, exiled Poles were considered landowners (“odnodvortsy”).

In 1859 there were 1,318 people. As a state village, Marinka belonged to the fourth group of Aleksandrovsk County, Ekaterinoslav Governorate.

The village administration consisted of a village chief (chef de village), a tax collector, a secretary and a supervisor.

Today in 2022, Population is 9,089 pre-war estimate 2022.

The city was on the front line of the 2022 Russian-Ukrainian War and suffered a lot of damage.

So I decided to grow this early pepper in solidarity with the Ukrainians.

I wish I could send them seeds in Ukraine so that it does not disappear because of the war they have suffered.

This is my way of being in solidarity with these people.

This variety is medium early with very attractive bright red fruits. with a sweet and slightly spicy taste

From sowing to maturity it will take 80-100 days and does not contain many seeds.

The shape of the fruit is a slightly laterally flattened cone, reminiscent of a human tongue.

The skin is soft, shiny, the pulp is fragrant, sweet, 5 to 6 mm thick.

The mass of the fruit is 200-250 grams and it is an ancestral variety of Ukraine.

There is not much additional information for this fruit.

It is a pepper that is super productive and also very early, so excellent for our habitat in Quebec.

I’ve used these peppers, to make paprika, sauces, stir-fries, purees, grilled, stuffed and really they are super delicious ????

So if you want to grow this variety, I strongly recommend it;)

In addition, it is a variety that does not give a lot of seeds

It is extremely rare, so take care!

Sowing from February to March for a harvest from July to October.

Species: Capsicum annuum

Sowing: sow in pot at the beginning of February (to cultivate in an outdoor greenhouse in mid May) or sow in the beginning of March in an indoor pot to be able to cultivate outdoors in June, does not like the cold

Seeds: 2 seeds per pot, because you will have to transplant each seed into pots separately.

Sowing depth: 0.5 -1 cm

Germination time: 6-14 days

Soil: Low acid, humus, loose, fresh and well drained

Location: Requires a warm culture and lots of sun

Spacing between plants: 30-40cm

Height at maturity: 50-60cm

Maturity| : 50-80 days | Very prolific

Seeds per envelope: +/- 10

From : Mercier, QC, CANADA - 55 Km.

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