Chilli Jwala (Hari Mirch) Hybrid Seeds (हरी मिर्च के बीज)
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- Number of green Green Chilli Jwala Seeds (mirch ke beej): 30 Seeds
- Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
- Sowing season: Throughout the year
- Sowing method: Seedling transplant
- Germination Time: 6 to 10 days
- Germination temperature: 15-32˚C
- Harvesting: 60 to 70 days from transplanting
- Plant vigor: Strong plant with short internodes
What size grow bag is best for Green Chilli?
Green Chilli Jwala Growing Season In IndiaChilli pepper seeds can sow in any season (throughout the year) but thrive in warm and humid conditions. It generally prefers a temperature range of 18-32°C for optimal growth. The main growing seasons are summer (Februry -April), monsoon (June to July), and post-monsoon/autumn (September to october), with variations depending on local conditions..
How To Grow Chilli plantsGenerally, chili pepper seeds are sown in a seedling tray and then transplanted after the seeds germinate, transplant is necessary because it allows the plant to grow freely. The best temperature for chili seed germination is between 15-32°C.
Chilli Seeds Sowing MethodTake a seedling tray, fill the seedling tray with a growing medium, and spread the chilli seeds on it, then cover a thin layer of soil above the seeds. Give light water through a watering sprayer. Keep the chilli seedling tray in a sunny spot and keep the soil moist. Chilli Jwala Hybrid Seeds will germinate within 6-10 days.
After germination of chili seeds, when seedlings are 4-6 inches in height at that time transplant them into individual pots or grow bags and plant only 1-2 saplings per pot.
How To Fertilize Chilli PlantsFeed your plants with organic fertilizers like vermicompost or other homemade compost at regular intervals or every 20-25 days.
Chilli Plant Care TipsWater – 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 planting chilli.
Sunlight – Chilli plant sunlight requirements are at least 5-6 hours of direct sunlight.
Temperature – Chilli pepper plants grow best in the air temperature range from 21 to 35°C.
Common Pests and diseases – Aphids, cutworms, flea beetles, root-knot nematodes, and many more are found in chilli plants. Powdery mildew and bacterial leaf spot are some diseases that affect the whole chillies plant. To control these pests use neem oil in your chili plants and use amino acids through sprays may be avoiding the injection of disease in chilli plants.
Chilli Plants Flowering TimeWithin 2 months from transplanting, the Jwala 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 for insects or wind to pollinate.
Chilli Harvesting TimeYou can harvest green chili after 70 to 80 days from transplanting.
Chilli Plants Special Features
- Common name– Green peppers, Hari mirch (हरी मिर्च)
- Scientific name - Capsicum annuum
- Flower color – White
- Chilli plant Height – About 2-5 feet
- Level of growing – Easy
Why are my chilli jwala seeds not germinating?
Jwala Chilli seeds will not germinate because of improper growing conditions like not getting enough sunlight, sowing seeds too deep in the soil, overwatering, or under watering.
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Item Weight : 30mg
Net Quantity: 50N
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Assembly Required: No
SKU : Green Chilli Jwala
Country of Origin: India
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Most common and discouraging disease of chilli plant is Leaf Curl Virus Infestation. Please include some Leaf Curl Virus resistant variety. Indian Institute of Horticulture Research has developed some Leaf Curl Virus resistant variety like Arka Yashasvi. There may be such other variety also.
Thank you for sharing your concern about Leaf Curl Virus Infestation in chili plants. We appreciate your awareness of this common issue. We are committed to providing quality seeds, and your feedback is valuable.
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Ordered twice, product is good. Seeds germinates faster and got good chillis too