How far apart should peppers be planted?
1 – Respect a distance of planting 50 cm between each pepper. 2 – Enrich the soil with compost. 3 – The base of the rods can be buried 5 cm.
In February or March, sow them peppers and peppers on a hot bed or in a greenhouse heated to at least 20°C. The optimum temperature is 24°C for good rising. Sow them peppers in a terrine, forming a row every 5 cm, or in a bucket, with one seed every 5 cm.
Watering frequency: once a week if the soil is mulched. They tolerate drought fairly well. Water quality: at outside temperature. How to water : at the foot, taking care not to wet the foliage.
Pepper potted and ready to plant:
- Space each plant 50 to 60 cm in all directions.
- Fertilize the soil with a good compost or a natural fertilizer.
- Water regularly.
You need to plant peppers in May or June. The time of disembarkation depends on the temperature regime: the land must warm up. Before planting in an open area, the soil is well fertilized, mineral fertilizers and humus are applied. Small holes are made in the ground, located at equal distances from each other.
Crop rotation: Wait 3-4 years before growing peppers again on the plot. Grow root vegetables before peppers and after, bulb vegetables to best manage the earth’s resources. Avoid growing peppers after cucumbers!
Bell peppers are botanically close to chili peppers, but totally sweet. The feet form plants not exceeding 1 m in height. The foliage is very green and shiny. Peppers form very pretty plants that can be integrated into the vegetable garden as well as in an ornamental bed.
The feet form plants not exceeding 1 m in height. The foliage is very green and shiny. Peppers form very pretty plants that can be integrated into the vegetable garden as well as in an ornamental bed. It is an annual plant that must be sown every year and requires heat.