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Sweet Pepper

Botanical Name

Name

Family Name

Name

Our Varieties

Name Variety 1

Sweet Pepper

Botanical Name

Name

Family Name

Name

Our Varieties

Name Variety 1

Sweet Pepper

Capsicum annuum
Solanaceae

Temperature

  • Germination: 22-24°C
  • Growth: 24-26°C

Light

  • Sweet pepper does best with plenty of light.
  • We recommend germinating with 12 hours per day for the first 5 to 6 weeks.
  • Raise to 14 to 16 hours per day for two to three weeks.
  • Lower to 10 hours per week until fruiting.

Soil

  • Use a mixed soil that drains well.
  • For sweet pepper, we recommend this soil mix.

Time Of Growth

  • Expect about 14 days for germination, and about 50 to 65 days from seed to harvest, depending on variety.

HOW TO START

  • The sweet pepper needs a warm environment for germination. Plant three seeds per pot. As they sprout, get rid of the slowest grower and let two remain together; they grow well in pairs. 

WATERING & CARE

  • Water frequently but in small amounts to maintain a moist soil. Peppers are sensitive to heat so in hotter climates you may need to water more.

How To Use

  • Sweet peppers are refreshingly crunchy when eaten raw. Stir-fried they pair well with onions and make a make a great side for meat dishes.

Nutritional Values

for 100 g of product
Potassium: 211 mg
Phosphorus: 26 mg
Calcium:7  mg
Sodium: 4 mg
Iron: 0.43 mg
Vitamic C: 127.7 mg
Capsicum annuum
Solanaceae

Temperature

  • Germination: 22-24°C
  • Growth: 24-26°C

Light

  • Sweet pepper does best with plenty of light.
  • We recommend germinating with 12 hours per day for the first 5 to 6 weeks.
  • Raise to 14 to 16 hours per day for two to three weeks.
  • Lower to 10 hours per week until fruiting.

Soil

  • Use a mixed soil that drains well.
  • For sweet pepper, we recommend this soil mix.

Time Of Growth

  • Expect about 14 days for germination, and about 50 to 65 days from seed to harvest, depending on variety.

HOW TO START

  • The sweet pepper needs a warm environment for germination. Plant three seeds per pot. As they sprout, get rid of the slowest grower and let two remain together; they grow well in pairs. 

WATERING & CARE

  • Water frequently but in small amounts to maintain a moist soil. Peppers are sensitive to heat so in hotter climates you may need to water more.

How To Use

  • Sweet peppers are refreshingly crunchy when eaten raw. Stir-fried they pair well with onions and make a make a great side for meat dishes.

Nutritional Values

for 100 g of product
Potassium: 211 mg
Phosphorus: 26 mg
Calcium:7  mg
Sodium: 4 mg
Iron: 0.43 mg
Vitamic C: 127.7 mg