Answer: Removing the developing peppers should not hurt your plant. In fact, doing so should encourage healthy new growth and flowers and more fruit. You didn't say how long ago you planted it, but sometimes plants take a week or two to adjust to being transplanted. Once the roots are established, and they are getting the sunshine and water they need, they should grow nicely. Try feeding your plant with a general purpose 10-10-10 fertilizer. Let's hope it wakes up soon and begins to grow nicely for you!
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