Video. Grow chili peppers in rotningskuber part 3.


In this video I show how I school if the plants are in Rotningskuber to a
small pot with nutritious Earth. You'll also see how I mix my soil and
how I put them on a self watering mat with accompanying disk



The earth I use in the film is ICA's Organic topsoil. Self watering tray
with the mat you will find here

Neem can be purchased by Sneckenströms Eco-Trade

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6 Responses to Video. Grow chili peppers in rotningskuber part 3.

  1. Alex says:

    Use the same carpet for years and just rinse it off or do you buy new carpet each year?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! I use the same carpet as long as it is full. I clean it after use. Carpet usually keep a few seasons.

  2. Christoffer says:

    Hey, Thanks for another great video, the conditions for this year's crop is good thanks to your commitment!
    A question, I have never seen you use coconut? Have you tried and what do you think about it?
    I mixed up my soil with perlite and coir last year but have read a bit about growing in coconut and are looking to test this year.


    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! Well I have tried to grow both in coke and coconut and Earth. I didn't like it but I continue to grow in my egenblandade Earth.

  3. Hollie says:

    Glad you are up and running with several movies! Think they are both educational and have good information.
    Will go ahead with my season soon but have not quite decided which kinds I will grow this year. Think I'm going to run with the Hungarian, Sukari and Cascabel but are considering a variety of. Can you recommend any variety that could be a good addition to the other?

    //Another Christopher

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! Both Padron (Pimientos de Padron) and Espelette (Piment d ' Espelette) I think it would make an excellent. both are a good food chili.

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