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PBC F1 Hybrid Chilli Nagma Seed - Pack of 2 (100 Seeds)

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Brand: PBC

Dimensions (In Inches): H 5.9 x D 3.5 x D 0.1

Material: Seeds

Colour: Green

Pack Content: Double Packet of 100 Seeds

Weight: 5 Grams (Approx.)



Growing chilli plants is associated with growing in the relatively warm climes of South America and Asia however growing peppers can be done successfully in the northern hemisphere. In order to get a decent harvest the plants will need to be started off either indoors or under glass.Assuming you have the room to store them, the best plan is to plant your seeds early in the year (Jan/Feb) and nurture the seedlings indoors or under glass. The plants can then be put outside once the threat of frosts pass. Then hopefully once the temperatures rise your plants will have a nice head start and will go on to produce a good harvest of chillies all summer long. Chillies can be germinated much as any other seed. In order to give the seeds a bit of a helping hand to germinate you can place the seeds in between two sheets of damp kitchen roll and put into a either a sealed freezer bag or plastic container.Place the bag somewhere warm such as in an airing cupboard. This method will help keep the heat and the moisture around the seeds, speeding u the germination process. An important thing to do at this stage is to label the seeds so you know what is what when it is time to plant them!After 2-5 days days you will probably notice some of the seeds will have swelled up and may be even be starting to sprout. Now is the time to plant the seeds. Ideally you need a propagator but in reality they can be planted in any kind of container.Of course you can take the easier approach and simply plant your chilli pepper seeds straight into the compost as described below. Remember that different varieties take different times to germinate. If you are growing habanero peppers for example you can expect them to take up to 3 or 4 weeks to germinate, where as annum varieties such as cayenne will sprout much quicker.
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