Growing Chilli peppers, also Hot peppers

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13 Oct 08 Joel (Australia - temperate climate)
Megan, I have had the same problem with growing jalapenos, the plants make a lot of fruit, but they all stay very small and not spicy. I have found some other chili varieties grow better, birdseye chilli's especially. Someone suggested that the pH in my soil might be too high, I havent checked it though.
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