Peppers - Knowledgebase Question

Amsterdam, Ne
Question by nelsonnl09
March 25, 2010
I have started my seeds indoors (cucumbers, tomatoes, squash and peppers). All of my plants have grown except my peppers. What could be the cause and do you think they will sprout?


Image
Answer from NGA
March 25, 2010

0

Pepper seeds are notorious for taking their time to germinate, or germinating at different times. Keep your planted seeds in a fairly warm spot while sprouting, as peppers won't even sprout if temperatures are much below 60F! If you have a seed starting mat or warm spot, 80-85 is an optimum temperature for peppers and will speed-up sprouting. Otherwise, try to keep the planted seeds at least at 70 or above.

You must be signed in before you can post questions or answers. Click here to join!

« Return to the Garden Knowledgebase Homepage

Member Login:

Username:

Password:

[ Join now ]

Today's site banner is by plantmanager and is called "Spinystar (Escobaria vivipara)"