Field experiments were conducted to evaluate thirty one long cayenne pepper accessions obtained from thirty one locations in the south-western and Kwara state for resistance to cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV) genus cucumovirus at NIHORT, Ibadan, Nigeria over a period of two seasons April-July wet season and September-December dry season 2008. The treatments were arranged in randomized complete design with three replicates. The result showed that six accessions were moderately susceptible while others are highly susceptible. There were higher yield in the dry season than the wet season in all the accessions. All accessions gave higher yield during the dry season compared to wet season.