Is there any benefit to plant chilli directly in a giant pot?

I now do a test by putting small rooted Bengle Naga chiliplantor in 3 St. different
pot size. 2 liters. – 10 liters. – 20 liters.. But why plant in large pots?
So you should not do it is against all the rules, Chili is supposed to be retrained in several steps…

Well I too tend to school in several steps and it's probably the best thing for the uninitiated as a large
pot with much Earth hold lots of water and it means that the little roots can rot.

In this test, I have taken account of the fact that it is small chili babisar planted in them too much soil volume and therefore adapted my mixture there after. 1 some fine grated coconut fiber, 1 part compost (well well), a bit of sand and clay, 20 % perlite and a little bone meal, lime and bat guano fertilizer.

Will be interesting to see how the 3 the plants will evolve in these pots and see if you win anything when it comes to plant growth rate, etc.

You can mix your own soil?

Here you can see how the plants developed after 6 veckor.

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3 Responses to Is there any benefit to plant chilli directly in a giant pot?

  1. Carl says:

    How does it?

  2. Alexander says:

    Very curious about your test you perform, can you show us any results/status quo?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hello Alexander! I can tell you that all the plants grow well in the various pots. Will an update soon so you can see how they evolved.

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