seed sowing instructions in hindi
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6 Different Varieties Chili Seeds Combo Pack

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Buy 6 Best Varieties of chili Seeds packet online at the best price in India from with a Good Germination rate. Chilli is one of the most popular vegetables grown in the home garden which is known for its various varieties. If you are looking for some of the best chilli varieties to plant in your home garden, you can buy 6 in One Chilli Combo Pack. All the chillies in this combo pack have their own specialities that make them different from each other.

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What size grow bag is best for Green Chilli?

Chilli Growing Season In India
Chilli can sown in any season (throughout the year) but thrive in warm and humid conditions. The best months for growing chilli are January to February, May to June and September to October.

How To Grow Chilli plants

The most productive chilli plant is very easy to grow. Choose the best quality of chilli seeds for better result. Generally, chilli seed are sown in a seedling tray and then transplanted after seeds germinated, transplant is necessary because it allows plant to grow freely. Select a seedling tray or small pot up to 7-8 cm deep and for transplanting you need at least 30 cm deep pot or grow bags. Sown the chilli seeds in a warm climate and the best temperature for seeds germination is between 18-22 degrees Celsius. Give proper sunlight to your chilli plant and the soil should be moist. Direct sun for more than 8 hours could cause the leaves to scorch and dry out.

Chilli Seeds Sowing Method

Start sowing green chilli seeds in seedling tray is the best idea because it provides the most favorable environment. Select a seedling tray or small size pots up to 7-8 cm deep. Fill the seedling tray with growing medium and spread the chilli seeds on it, then cover a thin layer of soil above the seeds. Give light water or sprinkle of some water through water sprayer. Keep the seedling tray in a location where it receives medium and bright indirect sunlight and keep the soil moist. Chilli seeds will germinate within 6-10 days (depend on climate, temperature or if other factors goes well).

Transplanting Chilli Seedling Into Big Pots

After germination of chilli seeds, when seedlings are 10-13 cm in height at that time transplant them into an individual pot and plant only 1-2 saplings per pot. Choose a big pot/grow bag about 30 cm deep (or more than) with well drainage holes then fill the soil in pots with any organic fertilizer like vermicompostcow manure etc. Select the healthiest plant and then transplant it carefully without disturbing its root. Keep the pot in a sunny location where chilli plants get proper sunlight and give water whenever you feel that the soil becomes dry.

How To Fertilize Chilli Plants

  • For grow green chilli plants faster, give nutrients-rich fertilizer when the chilli plant starts flowering, as nutrients help the plants to produce more chillies.
  • Feed your plants with organic fertilizers like vermicompost or other homemade compost at regular intervals or every 20-25 days.

Chilli Plant Care Tips

Water – Chilli does not require too much water as compared to other plants, give water when the top layer of soil becomes dry but keep the soil moist not soggy.
Soil – Use well-drained and fertile soil for the best result of chilli plants with 6.5-7.0 pH.
Sunlight – chilli plant sunlight requirements is at least 5-6 hours of direct sunlight.
Temperature – Chilli plants grow best in air temperature range from 21 to 35 degrees Celsius (70-95 degrees Fahrenheit)
Common Pests and diseases – Aphids, cutworms, flea beetles, root-knot nematodes and many more are found in chilli plants. Powdery mildew, bacterial leaf spot are some diseases which affect the whole chillies plant. To control these pests use Neem oil in your chili plants and use amino acid through sprays maybe avoided the injection of disease in chilli plants.

Chilli Plants Flowering Time

Within 2 months from transplanting chilli plant starts flowering and the fruit should be visible within 5-10 days after pollination. Chilli is generally a self-pollinating plant there is no need of insects or wind to pollinate. But sometimes, the stamen of the male flower develops and is not touch the pistil of the female flower or is not pollinated this will lead to a sterile flower. Giving your plant a gentle shake from time to time will help to solve the problem.

Chilli Harvesting Time

  • You can harvest green chili after 70 to 80 days from transplanting.
  • Pick chilli when they reach full size and are of mature colour. You can cut chilli throughout the year.
  • Cut the chilli by sharp scissors and leaving about an inch of the stem.
  • If you want chilli for drying, then you can harvest at the full ripe stage, and also use it as chilli powder.

Chilli Plants Special Features

  • Common name of chilli – Green peppers, Hari mirch (in Hindi)
  • Scientific name – Capsicum annuum
  • Flower colour – White
  • Chilli plant Height – About 60-150 cm 
  • Level of growth – Easy


Why is my chilli plant not flowering?

Green chilli will not flowering (or fruiting), generally caused by temperature that is either too hot or too cold. Make sure that your chilli plant receives at least 6 hours of full sunlight for fruit set.

Why does my chilli plant flower dying but not fruits? 

A green chilli with no fruits may be the result of incorrect temperature and lacks of pollination or other reason for not producing fruits will be root rot which is caused by deficiency of calcium in the soil or night temperature is more than 23 degree Celsius.

Why do chilli plant leaves turn yellow?

The most common reason for yellow leaves on a chilli plants is either under watering or lacks of nutrients in the soil. Give proper water to chillies plant, keep soil moist and apply nutrients in soil.

Why my green chilli plants dying?

Improper watering practices like under watering or over watering is the main reason of chilli plant die. Chilli plants cannot survive without water but too much water also kill the plants.

How to grow chilli plants faster?

Chilli plants give the best result when growing in moist and nitrogen rich soil.

Why are my chilli seeds not germinating?

Chilli seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, sowing seeds too deep in the soil, over watering or under watering.
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