90 days. Little known outside the Middle East, this red pepper is the hotter cousin to the famous Aleppo pepper. Found by a USDA scientist and a Syrian Atomic Energy Commission official (imagine that combination of people shopping together today!) in 1999 at the now-destroyed Bab al-Faraj seed market in Aleppo. The Experimental Farm Network in New Jersey hopes to bring the seed back to the people of Aleppo when peace returns to the region.
Unknown days to harvest – its cousin, the Aleppo pepper, is 80 days. One source compared the Haskorea to the Aleppo (hotter, richer flavor, less blocky, smaller, pointier end), so we know it's greater than 10,000 SHUs and is probably about 3” long.