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Another updated on my chili plants. Everything is going well. The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion and the Scotch Bonnet looks great, but they still have to flower. The Super Chili and the Cayenne Pepper are producing a lot of chilies and keep flowering.






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LucasGrowsBest says:

The plants look great! When are you going to plant them outdoors?

Shahin x says:

It's like mine have stopped growing in size but they are producing flowers. But my container is 7 liters so it still has a lot of room to grow. What am i doing wrong?

ant santoro says:

thanks for replying so quickly,i was thinking of trying another soil mix, 30% composted horse manure, 50% compost, 20% sharp sand.
what do you think?
 have you tried other types of soil mixes?
have you watched pepperjoes channel? he's based in america, somewhere hot, think he uses sulphur to control diseases.

ant santoro says:

hi, could you tell me what you plant your peppers in, and do you fertilize? what with, and how often? do you keep them indoors all year round? and have you ever over wintered you chili plants, and if so how do you control insects and diseases?
hope thats not to many questions 🙂 great video by the way 

Khang Starr says:

Wow, very nice plants!  How much direct sunlight do they get in a day?  I just placed mine outside about a month ago, but they are growing very slowly.

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