The Chile Pepper Institute is the only international, non-profit organization devoted to education and research related to Capsicum or chile peppers. Established in 1992, the Institute builds on the research of chile peppers since the famous horticulturalist FabianGarcia (the father of the U.S. chile pepper industry) began standardizing chile pepper varieties in 1888. The Institute is located on the New Mexico State University campus, Las Cruces, NM in Gerald Thomas Hall, Room 265 (575-646-3028). In the Institute visitors will discover chile research posters, chile pepper books, art, and hundreds of high-demand and hard-to-find chile pepper seed varieties. Download our 2014 Merchandise Catalog here.
Chile pepper research is conducted at the Fabian Garcia Horticultural Center on the corner of University Avenue and Main Street, Las Cruces, NM. The Horticulture Center hosts a seasonal public teaching and touring garden showcasing 100-200 chile pepper varieties from around the world.
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Congratulations James Fulton, winner of the 2014 NM Chile Conference Garduate Student Research Poster! Click Here
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From Seed to Sprout: NMSU's Chile Breeding Program Develops Seed for Growers & Hobbyists
Wooden Chile Ristra's are now available on our website! Click below to view the different types of Wooden Chile Ristra's available!
The Chile Pepper Institute has announced exciting development in chile pepper research.