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Chilli is one of the most valuable crops of India. The crop is grown largely for its fruits all over the India. Chili peppers can be grown in a range of peppers under the name capsicum annuum but are not limited to: anaheim, ancho, cayenne, jalapeno and habanero. It is used in India as a principle ingredient of various curries, and chutneys. Its is also used for vegetables, spices, condiments, sauces and pickles. Dry chillies are used for curry powder.
Potting Soil Mix, Clay Sand Mix, Loamy Soil
All Purpose Fertilizer, Nitrogen Phosphorus Potassium Fertilizer
Every 12-13 Month
1. Find the best location for planting. Chilies are heat-loving plants, and are the most successfully grown in areas that have plenty of sun.
2. Amend your soil. The soil in your garden may need to be altered slightly in order to produce the biggest, healthiest, and heartiest crop of chilies.
3. Water the seeds. Seeds will need to be watered on a daily basis, so that the soil is kept moist at all times.
4. Incorporate compost and potassium fertilizer into the soil on a monthly basis to keep the nutrient levels high.
1. Use as an Ingredient in Food
2. Disease Preventing and Health Promoting Properties
3. Has Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Carcinogenic, Analgesic and Anti-Diabetic Properties
1. Plant on a sunny day in the late morning or early afternoon when it’s not too hot, so as to avoid transplant shock.
2. After the first planting, give the chilies a bit of extra water to avoid transplant shock.
3. Apply good fertiliser for food growth during season.
4. Water regularly but with intervals to avoid water retension in roots.
1. Don’t tamp or press down on the soil too much when you’re finished, as the chilies will grow better in loose, well-draining soil.
2. Avoid soaking wet soil.