Latin name: 
Capsicum annuum L.

Pepper sweet & hot


Variety Tested under # Matu rity Plant type Fruits Disease resistance Remarks
Shape Length (cm) Diameter (cm) Color Pun gency HR IR
Sweet peppers                  
Blocky varieties                  
Banckers F1 TT-0262 Mid-early Strong bush Large blocky 10 9 Green turning red Sweet Xcv 1-3,5; PepMoV; PVY 0-1; Tm0 TEV Excellent fruit quality. High yielding
Clair F1 TT-0039 Early Strong vigour, bushy Blocky 10 9 Green turning red Sweet Xcv 1-3; PVY 0-1; Tm0 TSWV 0; TEV Strong plants, producing good yields of high quality fruits. Good protection against the sun.
Mildred F1 TT-0040 Mid-early Strong vigour, good cover Blocky 10 9 Green turning yellow Sweet Xcv 1-3; PepMoV; PVY 0-2; Tm0-2 TSWV:0 Plant gives good sunprotection, High yields of very firm and thick walled fruits.
Hot peppers                    
Habanero varieties                  
Caribean Red Habanero TT-0157 Late Uniform, Medium strong vigour Lantern shaped pending fruits 4 2 Green turning red Very hot - - Highly productive. Extremely pungent fruits
Bullet varieties                  
Serenade F1 TT-0144 Early Erect, tall plant type Slim upright fruits 8 2 Green turning dark red Hot - Tm 1; PVY 0 Very concentrated fruitset. Good heat tolerance.

Legend & Disclaimer

Scientific name
Pepper Mottle Virus
Potato Y Virus
Tobacco Etch Virus
Tobamovirus group (pepper mild mottle virus, Tobacco mild green
mosaic virus, Tobacco mosaic virus, Tomato mosaic virus)
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus
Xanthomonas campestris pv. Vesicatoria
English name
Pepper mottle
Potato Y
Tobacco etch
Tomato spotted wilt
Bacterial spot
0, 1, 1.2
0, 1, 1.2, 1.2.3
1, 2, 3, 4, 5



In cases where specific races or strains are not noted, the variety is resistant to some, but not necessarily all known races or strains of the pathogen. We have exercised the utmost care compiling these variety descriptions. For the Nigerian market we made some adjustments in the original descriptions from our suppliers based on results in our trials at Kano. For all details on varieties listed, including latest information on resistances, please refer to the websites of our suppliers Enza Zaden ( and Pop Vriend Zaden (