How long do pepper seeds have to dry before they are planted?

Answer Pepper seeds need to dry until they are brittle and contain less than 8 percent moisture, which can take up to two weeks. If the seeds contain too much moisture when planted, they can lose nutrient... Read More »

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How long does it take pepper seeds to germinate?

According to, some types of pepper seeds take seven to 14 days to germinate, but others can take a month or more. Seeds of the same variety can sprout at different times, so seed... Read More »

How long does it take for pepper seeds to germinate?

Pepper seeds germinate seven to eight days after planting in soil that has a temperature of approximately 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Sow pepper seeds indoors six to eight weeks before transplanting out... Read More »

Planting green pepper seeds from a store pepper - can it be done?

It's possible that the seeds will germinate Kala, but you've no idea what kind of pepper you're going to get, since virtually all peppers one buys in a grocery will be a hybrid, and they won't prod... Read More »

When should sweet pea seeds be planted?

In areas that enjoy mild climates, sweet peas seeds should be sown between the September through November. In cold climates, sweet pea seeds should be planted after snow and extreme cold is finishe... Read More »