Researcher to unravel mysteries of hot chile

A graduate student in New Mexico is setting out to unlock the genetics of the state’s signature crop – the hot peppers. Long a staple of Latino cuisines, like enchiladas or spicy tacos, the hot chile is on a steep decline. Greg Reeves, a horticulture graduate researcher at New Mexico State University, was awarded a grant to explore the crop’s genetic history and try to find out the secret to disease-resistant chile.

View the original article here: Researcher to Unravel Mysteries of Hot Chile – Fox News

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