Moved my plants indoors need some advice

andyandy(6bMI)October 8, 2012

The bottom fell out here Friday night. it's consistantly in the 30s at night here now and we had our first frost last night. I've got 8 plants that have started to produce ripe peppers but have tons of green peppers still on them. There's no indication I will be able to move them back out any time soon (excpet for a day or two at a time). Will they do ok if put them in windoes that get pleny of daylight but no actual direct line of sight sun? the windows face east and north.

thanx,

Andy

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tsheets(5)

If peppers have started to ripen, you know you're close. The plants won't really be happy but, you should have more, but, probably not all, ripen up. The biggest risk is bringing in bugs that may spread to other indoor plants.

    Bookmark   October 8, 2012 at 1:25PM
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andyandy(6bMI)

tsheets-
Thank you for the advice The other indoor plants I have are all palms (I'm on the palm and cycad forum alot also) but I treat the palms with systemic granuls each August so i think they'll be ok.

    Bookmark   October 8, 2012 at 1:48PM
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