Green Pepper Problems - Knowledgebase Question

Yorba Linda, CA
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Question by tomduteau
July 5, 2000
My Green Peppers are small and thin walled. The garden is in full sun all day and the plants are on an automatic watering system, getting water each day.

Answer from NGA
July 5, 2000
There are several factors that can influence pepper size and quality. Peppers are a heat-loving crop, and are particularly sensitive to environmental stresses, such as cool weather or inconsistent water availability. They also like high humidity. Pepper plants should be generously spaced to allow plenty of sunshine to reach all parts of the plant. Water regularly -- even daily -- during dry spells. Mulch plants to conserve moisture. And during fruiting feed plants with a low-nitrogen fertilizer.

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