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Growing chilli plants in Nurture compost

Growing chili plants at home can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. @nurturecomposts. Buy: Web: **

Here's a step-by-step guide to help you get started:

  • Fill the pot with well-draining Nurture compost, perlite.

  • If using seeds, sow them about a quarter to a half inch deep in the compost.

  • Provide optimal growing conditions: Chili plants thrive in warm and sunny environments.

  • Keep the soil consistently moist but avoid overwatering, as chili plants don't like standing water.

  • As the chili plants grow taller, they may require support. Stake them using bamboo sticks or tomato cages to prevent breakage. Prune the plants by pinching off the tips of the branches to encourage bushier growth and more pepper production.

  • Pot on once or twice into bigger pots as chilli plant grows.

  • Keep an eye out for common pests like aphids, whiteflies, and spider mites.

  • Generally, most chili peppers are ready for picking within 60-90 days after transplanting.

  • Use your homegrown chili peppers in various recipes, such as salsas, hot sauces, or as a flavorful ingredient in your favorite dishes.

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