In the evening it was chili makeover on the schedule!

Now I've had time to review the next all my plants. Became first a little scared when I saw a lot of white flakes a little here and there on the plants leaves, lice? No, luckily it was not lice without pollen etc.. from all the överblommade flowers as there were lots of.

Picked off some certain and ugly leaves and a bunch of flowers (always save a few) I gave them a little Epsom Salt, sprinkling a little upon the Earth, which is then watered down, They seem like they like Epsom Salt, Some say that the plants grow better by this treatment so I usually give them a little Epsom Salt once a month and that they are growing, it is no doubt…

Many of the plants have grown really big so now I get to start re-training them in larger pots. In the pictures is the Trinidad Scorpion Butch T, Adjuma and Macapa Red gets a makeover.

How are your chiliplantor, growing the good?

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2 Responses to In the evening it was chili makeover on the schedule!

  1. Amandak says:

    Don't usually comment but think a lot about your blog!
    My chiliplantor has grown on really well but unfortunately pulled on the spin, so now the fight started. So far it's gone well, but we'll see how it develops.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Amandak!
      Glad you like my little page! Yes spin is no fun to be. To prevent spin by avoiding hard dehydration and excessive temperatures. It is also excellent to showering plants often, well every week, and be sure to shower the leaves in the pages with fairly high pressure. Have you already been Spinning so you can treat with såpsprit (0,5 DL SOAP to 1 liter vatten) showering plants at least every other day until the onslaught of spin is gone.

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