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Chilli Seeds

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Growing tips for Chilli
1. Plant your chilli in a well-draining soil in a sunny location.
2. Water regularly, but do not over-water or let the soil become soggy.
3. Fertilize with a balanced fertilizer every two weeks.
4. Harvest chilli peppers when they are still green, or wait until they are brightly coloured and ripe.
5. Remove damaged or diseased chillies promptly to avoid spread of disease.
6. Prune chilli plants regularly to promote healthy growth and prevent overcrowding.
7. Keep the soil warm by covering with mulch or a sheet of plastic.
8. Place chillies in a sunny spot indoors if they are not hardy in your area.
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Green Chilli seeds
Chilli seeds
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Organic Green Chilli Seeds - By Bombay Seeds

Green chilli, an essential ingredient in Indian cuisine, is renowned for its year-round availability and significant export quantities. These versatile peppers enhance savory dishes like vegetables, chutneys, salads, and more, adding a perfect touch of heat to culinary creations.

Specifications of Green Chilli Seeds

  • Common Name: Green Chilli
  • Sunlight: Full sun
  • Water: Daily watering required
  • Temperature: Daytime around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, nighttime above 60 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Soil: Loose, well-drained, rich in nutrients, pH between 6.2 and 7.0
  • Fertilizer: Apply organic fertilizers and manure thrice a year
  • Germination: 6 to 8 days
  • Harvest Season: 50 to 60 days
  • Number of Seeds: 10gm 

Planting and Care for Green Chilli

Sowing Green Chilli Seeds:

  1. Dry seeds on a plastic sheet before planting.
  2. Plant treated seeds 1⁄2 to 1 inch deep in a grow bag filled with Bombay Seeds magic soil and water cautiously.

Growing Green Chilli:

  • Germination typically occurs within 14 days.
  • Transplant seedlings 40 days after germination.
  • Protect plants from light frost; ensure soil temperatures remain above 70 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and above 60 degrees Fahrenheit at night.

Harvesting Green Chilli:

  • Green chillies mature approximately 70 days post-transplanting; hot varieties may require a longer growing season.
  • Regular harvesting encourages continuous production; use a knife or scissors to avoid damaging the plant.

Precautions while Growing Green Chilli

  • Control pests such as aphids, cutworms, and thrips; 
  • Maintain soil moisture; use mulch for water conservation and weed control.

Common Problems Affecting Green Chilli Plants and Solutions

  • Wilted plants indicate stress from cultural, animal, pest, or pathogen factors.
  • Address yellowing and leaf drop caused by diseases like Verticillium wilt and Phytophthora root rot with appropriate biofertilizers and watering practices.