Gulpinar F1 Pepper (Argeto 500 seeds)
Gulpinar F1 Pepper (Argeto 500 seeds) is a hybrid pepper vigorous and fruity, which can withstand harsh conditions. Has a high and fast yield.
Features of Gulpinar F1 Pepper (Argeto 500 seeds)
- Growing: Greenhouse and open field cultivation appropriate.
- Plant: California Wonder type, vigorous, internode
- short and fruity.
- Fruit: Sweet, green to red colour, Thick
- fleshy, 3-4 lobed and 12 x 11 cm.
- Strength: L4 and TSWV.
- Maturity: 60 to 90 days
Health benefit of Gulpinar F1 Pepper
- Pepper helps to prevent asthma, upset stomach, a bacterial infection that causes diarrhoea (cholera), diarrhoea, headache, menstrual pain, stuffy nose because of the compounds in it.
- Red peppers contain more than 200% of your daily vitamin C intake. Besides being a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C helps the proper absorption of iron.
- Pepper prevent anaemia because they are a great source of vitamin B6 and folate.
- Peppers help support healthy night vision because they are high in vitamin A, which helps to support healthy eyesight, especially night vision.
- It helps prevent cancers including prostate and lung cancer because they are packed with antioxidants which when combined create a great antioxidant capacity.
- Burn more calories with Gulpinar F1 Pepper because they do have a mild thermogenic action that increases our metabolism without increasing our heart rate and blood pressure like the hot peppers do.
How to plant Gulpinar F1 Pepper
- Growing peppers is easy in any sunny, well-drained spot, and they are good candidates for roomy containers, too. Peppers have a naturally upright growth habit, so they often benefit from staking, which keeps brittle branches from breaking when they become heavy with fruit.
- Set pepper plant seedlings out after the last harmattan season. They grow well in raised beds, containers, and in-ground gardens.
- Plant them 18 to 24 inches apart in a sunny, well-drained spot. Pepper plants need at least 6-8 hours of sunlight per day.
- Mix compost or other organic matter into the soil when planting.
- Water immediately after planting, then regularly throughout the season. Aim for a total of 1-2 inches per week (more when it is hotter).
- Mix a continuous-release fertilizer into the soil at planting and replenish as directed during the growing season.
- Spread mulch (such as chopped leaves or straw) around the plants to help keep the soil cool and moist.
- Support each pepper plant with a stake or small tomato cage, to help bear the weight of the fruit once it begins to produce.
- Harvest peppers with shears or a knife.
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