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Red Hatch Chiles

Red Hatch chiles, PRO release

The image with respect to versatility, superb technical quality, details and attractive look.

Features

  • Initially developed for packaging design, highly versatile;
  • Native 21 Mpx resolution;
  • Natural color, bright, direct sunlight appearance;
  • Infinite depth of field, high detailed;
  • Crisp, vivid, clean, fresh look.

Package contents

7 image of Red Hatch Chile peppers (Capsicum annuum).

File formats

  • TIFF — layered Photoshop image. Drop shadows separated. 8-bit, sRGB, LZW compressed.
  • PNG — isolated image on transparent BG;
  • JPEG — quick-n-dirty solution for plain white. Clipping path included;

Look inside

https://creativemarket.com/Hortimages/1861137-Red-Hatch-Chiles/screenshots/#screenshot2

PS layers

https://creativemarket.com/Hortimages/1861137-Red-Hatch-Chiles/screenshots/#screenshot3


Feedback, quality issues

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A bit of history

New Mexico chile (or New Mexican chile) is a group of cultivars of the chile pepper, initially developed by pioneer horticulturist, Dr. Fabián Garcia, at New Mexico State University in 1894, then known as Las Cruces College and the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Selective breeding began with 14 lineages of 'Pasilla', 'Colorado', and 'Negro' cultivars, from across New Mexico and Southern Colorado's old Hispano and Pueblo communities. These peppers were selected to have a "larger smoother, fleshier, more tapering and shoulderless pod for canning purposes."

The first cultivar of this group was released in 1913, called 'New Mexico No. 9'. The New Mexico chile peppers are popular in the cuisine of the Southwestern United States and in the broader Mexican cuisine, and an integral staple of New Mexican cuisine.

Chile grown in the Hatch Valley, in and around Hatch, New Mexico, is called Hatch chile, but no one type of chile is specific to that area, which is smaller than the acreage used to produce chiles with the "Hatch" label. The peppers grown in the valley, and along the entire Rio Grande, from northern Taos Pueblo to southern Isleta Pueblo, are a signature crop to New Mexico's economy and culture. The chile pepper is New Mexico's state vegetable, and the official New Mexico state question is "Red or Green?".

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Mexico_chile

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