The hottest pepper in the world and kiwi tomatoes

This is how it started my day when my job took me to a multicoloured garden.

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Not far from Bucharest, in Gurbanesti (Calarasi), you can find two young people that grow green, white, yellow, pink or…the usual red tomatoes. Here the tomatoes grown in natural soil and have that yummy taste. The natural one.

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But far from joking they are doing a rather professional thing. It all started as “what if I move in the countryside” (back in 2011) and now it is a growing business. They sell their tomatoes and habanero pepers in two retails chains. He was a marketing manager and she is a painter that know learns agriculture.

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They have photovoltaics panels that they use for irigation and powering the future plant.

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The two also grown spicy peppers. And not one kind. But 81. That’s a lot trust me. Look, a garden full of spicy peppers, most are habanero, jalapeno or caloro.

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And here is the hottest pepper in the world – Trinidad Moruga Scorpion (so says the Internet). You can even smell the spicy of it.

 

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