Sweet Pepper seeds (Bell pepper)

Sweet Pepper seeds (Bell pepper)


The bell pepper (also known as sweet pepperpepper or capsicum /ˈkæpsɪkəm/) is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum. Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colours, including red, yellow, orange, green, white, and purple.

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Welcome to Farmsquare’s guide to growing sweet bell peppers in Nigeria! As a leading provider of high-quality seeds and agricultural inputs, we’re excited to share tips and strategies to help Nigerian farmers cultivate bountiful bell pepper harvests. Keep reading for a comprehensive overview of planting, caring for, and harvesting bell peppers.

The Benefits of Growing Sweet Peppers:

Bell peppers are a nutritional powerhouse. They’re packed with vitamin C, vitamin A, antioxidants, and beneficial plant compounds. Plus, they add vibrant color and mild sweet flavor to meals. Growing them yourself gives you access to FRESH peppers at a fraction of the cost of buying them.

Choosing the Best Sweet Pepper Varieties for Nigeria:

When choosing pepper seed varieties, consider your climate and growing goals. Recommended sweet peppers include:

California Wonder – Classic bell pepper, medium-large fruits. Withstands heat.
Abay F1 – Blocky bell pepper, turns red when mature. Disease resistance.
– Sweet Banana – Tapered and yellow. Prolific producer.

Soil preparation and Planting Peppers

Peppers thrive in nutrient-rich, well-drained soil. Test your soil and amend it with compost as needed. Sow seeds 1⁄4 inch deep, 12-18 inches apart in rows spaced 2 feet apart. Or start seeds indoors and transplant seedlings when 6 inches tall.

Caring for Your Sweet Pepper Plants

Peppers need 1-2 inches of water per week. Use mulch and drip irrigation to conserve water. Fertilize every 2-3 weeks with a balanced organic fertilizer. Stake/trellis plants for support. Monitor for pests and diseases.

When and How to Harvest Sweet Peppers

Bell peppers mature 60-80 days from transplanting. Harvest when firm and full size but still green. Use scissors or pruning shears for clean cuts.


With the right variety choice, soil prep, and care, Nigerian farmers can grow bountiful crops of sweet bell peppers. The harvest provides nutritious, flavorful peppers for salads, cooking, and more. We hope these tips set you up for success growing peppers this season. Let us know if you have any other questions.


Clair F1 (Green to Red), Mildred F1 (Green to Yellow), Elvan F1 (Green to Yellow), Senay F1 (Green to Orange)

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