Afadja RZ F1 Pepper Seeds
Afadja RZ F1 Pepper Seeds (100) has been treated with Bio-Stimulants which confer: Increased germination energy, increased root growth, increased vegetative growth, increased fruit set, increased fruit quality (shape, weight, colour), increased resistance to climatic stress and advanced ripening.
Features of Afadja RZ F1 Pepper Seeds
- For outdoor and indoor production
- Upright growth habit
- Good uniformity and vigour
- Attractive shiny red colour when mature
- Fruit shape oval
- Average length of fruits: 5.5 cm
- Average weight of fruits: 15 gr
- Aromatic, high pungency
- Maturity in days after transplanting: 50 – 55
- Early variety with high yield
- Adapted for long cycles
- Good continuation
Nutritional benefit Afadja RZ F1 Pepper Seeds
- Peppers are rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E most B vitamins and vitamin B5.
- They also are very high in potassium, magnesium, iron and rich in calcium and phosphorus.
- Peppers contain so very wide array of phytochemicals such as vitamins, phenolics and flavonoids that are important antioxidants which help in reducing degenerative diseases.
- peppers are so rich in many minerals, vitamins and amino acids essential for human health and growth
How to plant Afadja RZ F1
- Start pepper seed indoors 7 to 10 weeks before the date you intend to set seedlings into the garden.
- Sow 3 to 4 seeds to a pot or across flats.
- Sow seed ¼ to ½ inch (7-13 mm) deep.
- Germination takes 7 to 10 days after planting.
- Keep the seed starting mix just moist until seedlings emerge.
- Clip away the weaker seedlings once the strongest seedling is about 2 inches (5 cm) tall.
- The Seedlings started indoors should be kept under grow light or in a sunny window after germination.
- Add Water sufficiently so as to keep the seed starting mix from drying.
- Transfer seedlings to a larger container once they are 2 to 4 inches (5-10 cm) tall and sure that seedlings have enough room for root growth. This process is called “potting up.” Continue to pot up seedlings as they outgrow containers—until they are transplanted into the garden or a very large container.