Help for Pepper Plants

musickep(7)July 5, 2011

Hi, I have lots of various pepper plants - (red, bell, banana) a few are doing ok, despite some lost their leaves when I planted them. (these are all bought plants from a nearby nursery and the tailgate organic mkt). My question is - what can I do to help the ones that are not doin ok? I just have the smallest looking scraggly pepper plants......even the banana pepper plants. Help! Thx for any help.

:) KP

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What is the soil like that they are planted in?

    Bookmark   July 6, 2011 at 11:04AM
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Everything else is thriving (tomatoes, zuc, cucs, bush beens, eggplant, onions, beets.) Beg. of season, we put organic hummus, organic black cow, and homemade compost with no seeds then tilled. Last year my pepper plants were the best ever, big, huge, wonderful.........

    Bookmark   July 6, 2011 at 11:32AM
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