Amazing Trick to Grow Dark Green Chilli at Home

Amazing Trick to Grow Dark Green Chilli at Home

In the post, we will know about how to grow regular or Dark Green Chilli at home Best Fertilizer, Best Season, Harvesting Time.

How to Grow Chilli using Seeds

You can buy its seeds from an online store or an offline store. The right Time to plant chilli seeds is the end of winter. If you want healthy Chilli, you can grow its origins in the month of mid-February.

To sow the seeds, you should take at least a 10-inch size of the pot or a plastic square flower pot. Now prepare the soil for planting the seeds. To make soil, you should take 50% garden soil, and 50% cow dung, or if you have no cow dung, you can use vermicompost or coco peat. Now mix them well.

It is necessary to have a 56 drainage hole in the flower pot so that the water can reach the root properly and the root can be saved from rotting; if there is no drainage hole in the flower pot, do it with scissors or some other tools.

Now pour 70% soil mixers in the flower pot. Now put the chilli seeds in the soil, then pour the remaining soil over the seeds. After all, this gives water into the flower pot.
Initially, fill the pot with water. In a 10-inch flower pot, give only 20 to 25 seeds only. Keep this pot in the full sunlight. After 7 to 10 days, these seeds start to germinate.

Within 20 days, this plant grows up to 4 to 7 inches, and After 30 days, small leaves start to appear on the plant.

Best Fertilizer:  Coco Peat is the best fertilizer for a chilli plant. Fertilization is necessary after seeds germination or before the growing season. If you have no coco peat manure, you can use a liquid fertilizer. After fertilization, it always gives water to the plant. Do not add too much fertilizer to the plant because by doing this, the plant starts to end after some time.

Best Season To Get Healthy chillies: The end of winter is the best season to grow its seeds. If you plant its seeds in January, then after 10 to 15 days, germination starts from the seeds, and within a 3-month (April), it produces 2 to 3 inches of Chilli. If you are satisfied with the size of the Chilli, you can cut them easily with the help of a scissor.

Harvesting Time: when you sow its seeds, you can harvest them after 3 to 4 months. When germination is growing up to 3 to 4 inches, so plant every chilli plant in another flower pot. While planting a baby plant in another pot, remember that its root should not be broken, so plant carefully.

Best Care Tips for Chilli Plant :

Watering: If you have sown its seeds, do not give too much water and check the moisture in the soil before giving water. If you have sown its seeds in the winter season, then pour water after 5 to 7 days, and in the summer season, you can pour water after three days.

Temperature: when you sow its seeds, give full sunlight. After germination, grow up to 10 to 12 inches, so keep this plant for 7 to 8 days in the summer and winter, always in sunlight(recommended temperature is 15°C to 25°C).

Pests & Diseases: Many types of insects are attacking the plants-like aphids, cutworms, and whiteflies, so don’t forget to spray medicine to kill these insects. You can use neem oil and read the instructions before spraying the medicine.

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