Great! (not). Of course, it would have to be the pepper mild mottle virus. That's the reason I can't grow bell peppers. If that study is true, then I'm probably a carrier. I know that my peppers suffered even in buckets of potting mix, with no tools from the garden used around the buckets. I even practiced proper hand hygiene before working with the containers. Somehow I (or birds, or bugs) managed to cross-contaminate anyway.
David, it looks like I have 1 Fish seedling. But I ain't complaining. Are you having [problems with non-bell sweet peppers? If so, I have some great suggestions that are either resistant or extremely tolerant to the viruses in my garden and are great tasting and very productive besides.
Can't help you with the bells, though.
I'm growing several non-bell sweets this year. Gypsy is my primary hope but I have some others that I'm trying too. Whitney and Zsa Zsa are other non-bells I'm trying along with Chablis, a TMV resistant bell. (I'm hoping that may bleed over into PMMoV.)
My favorites are Sweet Yellow Stuffing and Red Cheese. And of course, Padron. Although Padron is pretty much used primarily for stir-frying as tapas. Eating them is sort of like playing pepper roulette. About every 12th one will be seriously hot even when picked at about the size of a prune or less. The odds for heat increase as summer temperatures rise and the larger ones or those allowed to become red ripe are highly likely to be hot. But they are sooooooo good when stir-fried a few minutes in olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt.