Differences between the Naga Morisch and Naga Jolokia?
My question is, what is the difference between the Naga Morich and the Naga Jolokia? When you type in "Naga Morich" into Wikipedia it brings up a page describing the Naga Jolokia. Wikipedia states, "The Naga Jolokia (also known as Bhut Jolokia, Ghost Chili, Ghost Pepper, Naga Morich)". So, from this information I believe they are one in the same. Wikipedia is not the best source, so I explored further. I looked at the thechileman.org. On a page describing the Naga Morich it states "It [Naga Morich] is believed to be very closely related to its Indian cousin, the Bhut jolokia (Bih jolokia)". So, are the Naga jolokia and the Naga Morich one in the same? I am growing the Naga Morich this year, I don't underestimate the power/spice level of the Naga Morich. I just want to get the facts straight. It would be cool to say I have grown the hottest pepper in the world, I know the Naga Jolokia holds this claim, but I don't know where the Naga Morich lies.