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Video: 8 Essential Seedling-grown Vegetables - Page 3 Of 10
2. Sweet pepper and more
All peppers are inherently true southerners. It is impossible to grow these crops in a seedless way in the middle lane, the quality of seedlings is always of decisive importance.
In order to get an enviable harvest of sweet and hot peppers, both for eating and for canning, you should very strictly adhere to the timing of sowing seeds. Sweet and hot peppers are grown in the same way.
Pepper seeds, like tomatoes, germinate better after pre-soaking (4-5 days versus 2 weeks for dry seeds). Pepper seeds are sown sparsely in a common container and then, as they grow, the plants are carefully cut.
Sweet peppers in the middle lane for seedlings are sown from March 10 to March 16 with a greenhouse growing method and March 20-25 for open soil.
Pepper can be transferred to a permanent place only at the age of 60-65 days for the greenhouse method and 50-55 for open ground. Plants should be sturdy, with vigorous and squat stems, 15 to 30 cm tall with 8-15 leaves already released and possibly buds formed.
The optimal planting dates for all peppers are the second half of May for greenhouses and the last decade of May or early June for open field plants.
For a continuation of the list of vegetables grown by seedlings, see the next page
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