This is my blog about gardening in North Carolina, and experimentation with Hydroponics, both indoor and outdoor, upside down and container gardening, and other gardening and landscaping topics.
Monday, April 18, 2011
The Weekly Pepper Update
HOWEVER, it's not time yet. According to the N.C. State Vegetable Garden Planting Guide, hot and sweet peppers both like soil temperatures of 65 degrees and should not go into the ground until early May. That being said, I'm probably going to keep these here at work for another week to week and a half, and then take them home to plant the weekend of April 30, though I might do it as early as Tuesday April 26th.
I've been watering these plants (through the tray liner) a couple times a week. When they sit out in the sun they soak up the water pretty good. I gave each try 48oz of water this morning and both tries are dry now with the top of the soil in each pot being just a little moist. Perfect.
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