I am trying to to the extent that it is possible to emulate my plants natural growing environment in terms of temperature, etc.. If we take the temperature of Trinidad Tobago so below the link +20
degrees at night any time of the year, hot and lovely climate certainly think we northerners and it seems to me chilisorterna from there with.
What happens to these plants if we give them a night temperature below 16 degrees? According to the information I received so it negatively affects plants, Yes they do not die of it but they are not as good, the flowers utveckals worse and as a result, the availability of fruits will be much worse.
The conclusions I draw from this info, these tropical chilisorter feel better to get each
remain indoors during the much lights until we get warmer nights, Yes, the temperature should not be less than 16 degrees
I asked Judy at PepperLover, United States who have cultivated these hot varieties for many years
Thank you for the reply and feedback.
Peppers love heat they hate cold weather the best temperature is when it is over 60-62F in night time they will grow faster and produce bigger crop now they will still give you some pods at lower temperature but they grow slow and produce less pods if the temperature is lower than 60F