Composted/Rotted Horse Manure For Hot Peppers?
Tommorrow I'll be 'building' a pile of horse manure in layers and wetting it down to bring it 'in heat' and compost for the 2013 garden.
Seems I've picked up comments somewhere to the effect that chile pepper plants should not be given too rich of a soil. Is this correct?
Many years ago I used composted horse manure extensively, usually by making individual hills rich in it for each tomato and bell pepper plant and productivity was great.
Is there something wrong with using this composted manure on baccatums or chinense plants?