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Late & Very Late Season Peppers - Question

Posted by sidhartha0209 KY_6a (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 6, 12 at 23:39

For example, a Rocoto or Datil first year here in Ky may not have time to produce any or only a very few fully ripe chiles, but after being pruned back, overwintered, and planted again the following spring every year after will then produce many chiles? Is that correct?



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RE: Late & Very Late Season Peppers - Question

Well, it certainly gives you a head start to have a mature plant to start with in the Spring.

RE: Late & Very Late Season Peppers - Question

Yes, if conditions are right you will theoretically get a bigger, earlier crop.
If conditions aren't right, you could always get a worse crop than the first year.


RE: Late & Very Late Season Peppers - Question

Thank you! :-)

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