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 Do Ladybugs Eat Pepper Plants?

Answer Most ladybugs are a help in the garden. They eat greenfly, and so any plant infested with greenfly will more often than not have ladybugs nearby. Pepper plants are not eaten by ladybugs. The pretty... Read More »
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Wilting Pepper Plants?

Pepper plants are part of the nightshade family along with, tomato and eggplant. They can be susceptible to similar diseases. However, wilting leaves do not always mean disaster. Sometimes it could... Read More »
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How do I pinch pepper plants?

PinchingPinch off any flowers that exist on your pepper plants before transplanting. Grasp the flower between a thumb and forefinger and slice through the stem with your fingernails.MaintanenceCont... Read More »
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Habanero Pepper Plants?

The habanero plant produces one of the hottest peppers on the planet, ranging from 200,000 to 300,000 Scoville units, the unit used to measure heat produced by peppers. To place this pepper into pe... Read More »
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How do I fertilize pepper plants?

Plant the pepper seeds in a garden area that receives full sunlight throughout the day. Allow about 18 to 24 inches in between the pepper plants, and space rows approximately 2 to 3 feet from each ... Read More »
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