Boosting Pepper Production
Last year I harvested literally hundreds of peppers from my little garden. One neighbor in particular remarked several times how she "just couldn't understand it" because she'd NEVER been able to get peppers to prosper in her garden.
Here's a little - In a mister bottle dissolve 1 tsp of Epsom salts in about 3 cups of warm water.
Spray your pepper plants liberally. This vitamin mist will give your pepper plants a boost of magnesium which is necessary during flowering to produce fruit.
Wait 10 days and then Spray them again, liberally. Within a few weeks, you'll have more peppers than you can shake a stick at!
We do this with all of our pepper plants, jalapenos, bell peppers, etc.
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