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Peppers Growing/Care

 Note  •  Published on: 19 Jul 2020

Keep the soil evenly moist but not wet throughout the season and particularly during fruit development. Feed with a complete fertilizer diluted to half strength when plants are well established and once more just before blossoms open. Peppers grow best when night temperatures do not dip below 68°F (20°C) at night and stay between 75-80°F (24-26°C) during the day. Use a floating row cover or shade cloth to protect fruit from sunscald if the weather turns hot (over 90°F/ 32°C).

 

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