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Planting pepperoni yourself - 3 tips

Planting pepperoni yourself - 3 tips


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Hot Peppers - Get spicy in the garden

Do you also love the hot taste of hot peppers? If so, it may have occurred to you Plant pepperoni yourself, You may even have tried it, but you were not lucky.

If this is the case, then the temperature was probably too low, the watering was too low or you did not fertilize. Because hot peppers are demanding and need many prerequisites to be able to thrive at all. You should pay attention to this:

  1. Since hot peppers and chilli varieties also love a tropical climate, the temperature should always be between 25 and 30 degrees during the day and not below 15 degrees at night. This is of course not the case in the garden and should therefore take place in the greenhouse to ensure success.
  2. Due to the high temperatures that the plants need to thrive, they must always be watered sufficiently.
  3. One should also not forget fertilizers. They are particularly dependent on nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. This is the only way to produce lush fruit. Tomato or vegetable fertilizers are well suited for this.



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