Even chiliplantorna need to sometimes becoming ' statistically wealthy '!

Due to the shorter days and less light for chiliplantorna so they do everything to catch the light and shoot off their branches, These knitters out of plants I cut so get some more energy to spend on fruits.

While I agree on and souped-up my plants so I fit on to take some cuttings. How I do can you see here. Sticklingar

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5 Responses to Even chiliplantorna need to sometimes becoming ' statistically wealthy '!

  1. John Petrone says:

    Really great and informative site. This is the first year I grow something and noticed that this chili is really fun so it will be to focus on the future. Thanks for all the info! What are your plans for the winter when it comes to breeding and wintering?

    //Johannes

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi John!
      In the winter I'll probably just Hibernate 3 – 4 plants so it gets kinds Fatalii Jigsaw, Carolina Reaper and then my Dorset Naga. With regard to the raising of new plants, I agree on now and build shelves where I will drive my small plants that will have a stand at the self watering trays. In the case of varieties to cultivation 2014 I haven't made up my mind yet but some new hot varieties, there will be.

      • John Petrone says:

        Fun! Looking forward to updates. Has himself built a small mini-greenhouses (0,6×1,5×1,0m) for a little winter entertainment/uppdrivning that right now is at guest's Meadow (to my partner despair). Highlights of 6x36W (T8) as well as a couple of LE. I was going to see if I can't get some fruit in the winter and power up some chilis to next year.

        I have a question that I have not found answers to online that you may be able to respond to. Many of the capsicum as I pushed up under the lights in recent months looks nice out apart from a couple of paragraphs that have been stopping in the plant and flower forms (they are only around 5 cm high!). They are of the kind Apache and grown from seeds that I have taken from a couple of fruits on a plant I bought this spring. I find it hard to believe that there is a lack of light that is the explanation (around 15’000 Lux at the plants) or temperature (22 on the day, around 19 at night). Do you have any concerns?

        Have a good one!

        //Johannes

        • Stig Häggkvist says:

          Hi John!
          You will get fruit during the winter just to give them warmth, light and nourishment, and shake them or pollinate them by hand. When it comes to your small plants remained in the plant and flowers, remove all flowers then put the plant more energy to grow bigger. Check out lest the pot is genomrotad because then, you switch to larger pot. The relationship between that which is and that which is above have to do with each other so the bigger the pot the more growth you can get on it that are both above and below ground. Give your plants a give extra Nitrogen (N) It fosters growth.

          • John Petrone says:

            Thanks for the tips Get! They are in relatively large pots so the problem is probably not where. Men jag har tagit bort de små stackars blommorna/knopparna så hoppas de får lite fart de kommande veckorna 🙂

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