2. Add Nutrients
You may not want to add a strong fertilizer to seedlings; however, when your pepper plants develop leaves, you can begin adding natural manure to them to enable them to become larger and be ready to harvest sooner.
Utilize a light compost at first to enable your plants to become sufficiently able to endure increasingly intense manures. If you don’t want to buy fertilizer for your plants, utilize natural composts instead, as it’s simpler for the plants to process it.
In the event that you purchase compost from the store, follow all the instruction on the jug or package to ensure you are applying it to your plants the right way. You may likewise need to wear gloves when dealing with the compost since it can harm your hands. Manure can be applied routinely to solid plants; however, screen them to ensure you are not adding too much too soon.
A few plants won’t endure it as well as others, and they may even appear to be damaged by it. In the event that your plants seem, to be harmed, take a break from it and give them time to recover.