Good harvest bell peppers can be collected and without wasting effort, time and Finance.
Bulgarian pepper — one of the most popular vegetables grown in our garden beds. Red and yellow pepper contains large amounts of vitamin C and more vitamin A than carrots.
In modern stores a huge selection of chilli seeds. There are foreign and domestic, early, medium and late varieties. To all of this diversity to choose the best, you need to consider several important aspects:
— in our climate peppers can be grown only after the seedlings, if planted in the ground, only in a greenhouse or under cover;
— it is better to focus not on appearance and yield, and for adaptation of the varieties to your climate and region.
— don’t be afraid of the letter «F» on the seed pack, ethe hybrids obtained by crossing varieties, such plants are resistant to weather and diseases.
Planting and care
Peppers — pretty delicate plants, so it is important not to damage the roots when transplanting seedlings into the ground. Transplant is best done by transshipment from the container. Planting produce in late may — early June. But if the summer is cool, the peppers need at concealing a diaper. The ideal place for the cultivation of pepper’s greenhouses or mini greenhouses.
It is best to plant peppers near tomatoes, it will protect them from pests (aphids cannot stand the smell of tomatoes). You can also place them next to the cucumbers.
The peppers fit light fertile soils. Before planting it is better to fertilize the soil with rotted manure and wood ashes. Peppers also need calzia, so it is helpful to drop into each hole a handful of crushed eggshells. Plants are planted in the hole and watered abundantly. The distance between the bushes should be about 40 cm Seedlings should immediately be bound to the support. The soil around the peppers to mulch better.
Seedlings take root for about a week, at this time it is not watered. A sign that the plants are well rooted — the emergence of new leaves.
For peppers harmful waterlogging. Therefore, they should be watered little and often (ideal drip irrigation). Water for irrigation should be at room temperature and without chlorine.
Periodically loosen the soil around the peppers, this will provide the roots with oxygen and increase the harvest.
Ripe fruits of pepper harvested about once every 5-7 days.