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?