Answer: You present a rather unique problem, in that pesticides registered for peppers shouldn't be used indoors, and indoor pesticides aren't registered for edible crops. If they were my plants, I'd hose them down really well before bringing them into the house, and then put them in the bathtub and shower them off if another generation of aphids hatched.<br><br>When I had an aphid infestation on my ornamental peppers (indoors), I pruned them back severely, then sprayed regularly (like twice a week) with insecticidal soap. <br><br>The interesting thing about aphids is that they bear live young, and are capable of bearing live young almost immediately. You could potentially have grandmother, mother, daughter and sisters all feeding on the plant at thesame time! Just keep after the aphids and eventually you'll win the battle.
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