How do I pinch pepper plants?

Answer 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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Do I have to pinch the tips out of butternut squash plants?

Last year I grew grey zuchini (yummy) in cut down 55 gallon plastic drums. They did well. I did not pinch out the top to encourage branching.Try starting your seeds on wet paper towel in a zip-ty... Read More »

Heirloom Pepper Plants?

Attesting to the long-running love affair between peppers and people, chili pepper traces dating to 7000 B.C. have been found in Mexican ruins, writes Lynn Coulter in "Gardening with Heirloom Seeds... Read More »

How do I farm pepper plants?

Peppers love the warm weather. These high-temperature fruits will grow slowly and are smaller than their sister fruit, the tomato. If you are planning to cultivate pepper plants, choose your locati... Read More »

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 »