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Kraig Kuykendall, Tozer Seeds America:

"Mini Sweet Pepper Line sees tremendous growth"

Tozer Seeds America’s mini sweet pepper line called the Sweetie series has experienced tremendous growth and been praised by growers for their uniformity and heavy yield. In addition to their uniformity and heavy yield, the Sweetie series have vibrant colors, offer good open seed cavity, are great in open field and protected culture and adapt well to various growing areas. They are sold individually and come in three different colors: red, orange and yellow.


From left to right: Fresno, Skinny Hot, and Flamthrower

“Since the initial launch of our Sweetie series, we’ve seen huge growth due to growing acceptance,” said Kraig Kuykendall, sales manager of Tozer Seeds America. “We envision more future growth and expect to see this translate over to our other peppers like our hybrid Fresno, Skinny Hot, and Flamethrower series.”

For more information:
Tozer Seeds

Publication date: 1/23/2018

 


 

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