Q. I’m making a bed for pepper. When do I plant, and how close together do you grow pepper plants? I tried to find the answer in the Mittleider
Gardening Library CD but found nothing about that.
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Do you all know how, when, and where to grow this popular vegetable? What about the other 50 or so common garden vegetables?
Following is the information about peppers that’s contained in the Preview Plants section of the Garden Designer in each CD. This kind of information is there for all of the common garden vegetables! Most of what you ever grow is included. I highly recommend you get one of these excellent software tools to help you learn all you need to know about your favorite vegetables.
Pepper: Very tender, warm season plant; protect from late frost. Transplant seedlings 2 to 3 weeks after the last frost of spring, 2 rows per bed, 12″ apart. They require 63 days from the time the seeds are sown to the time they can be transplanted in the field. They require another 46 days to harvest. Harvest continually by cutting fruits from the plants when they have reached the color and maturity you desire..
Apply Pre-plant fertilizer (32 oz. Per 30′ row) and Weekly Feed fertilizeer (16 oz. per 30′ row) during bed preparation. Apply a nitrogen fertilizer (8 oz. per 30′ row) at time of transplanting. Apply Weekly Feed (16 oz. per 30′ row) 3 days after planting and for 10 more weeks thereafter.
Water at each feeding, and daily if after last spring frost, no more than 1″.
Weed near last spring frost, and for 3 more weeks thereafter, or as needed.
GERMINATION: Seeds sown at .25″ deep require 10 days at 85 degrees (F).
NUTRITION: Sweet red variety is a high source of vitamin A. Sweet varieties are a high source of vitamin C.
STORAGE: Keep cool and dry for up to 6 weeks. Preserve by freezing or drying.
PLANTING COMPANIONS: Carrots.
OTHER: May be used for ornamental landscaping.
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