[Bonwicke] Pepper growers

HE Chiang Chi-sh h chiang at clearwire.net
Tue May 24 15:15:13 PDT 2011


Yes, Wu has made sure to keep her bell peppers far away from my jalapeno plant.
HE Chiang
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Danielle Jennings 
  To: Barony of Bonwicke - SCA, Inc. 
  Sent: Tuesday, May 24, 2011 7:34 AM
  Subject: Re: [Bonwicke] Pepper growers


  One point learned from experiance. Peppers will cross polinate so do not plant two diffrent types of pepper next to each other. (We ended up will mutant bell peppers that had the heat of habaneros (sp?))

  Pippa 


    On May 23, 2011 8:58 PM, <hdec333 at aol.com> wrote:

    hi Tim..peppers usually require a soil temperature of around 79 degrees before the seeds germinate. If you're starting with seedlings from the store, just plant now..full sun and keep watered. If the leaves turn yellow you might need to cut back with the water a bit. The seedlings will be fragile and will wilt easily in this wind we're having so you might need to put them in a sheltered area of your yard or plant in pots then move to a good place when the wind isn't on hairdryer speed.
    Did you have a particular question?
    Anna
    -----Original Message----- From: Tim Matthews <albin_oil_de_larrun at yahoo.com> To: bonwicke at list...


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