Easy Gardening: Peppers

Date of Publication
January 25, 2022
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This publication explains all aspects of growing peppers in a home garden. Topics include:

  • site selection,
  • soil preparation,
  • varieties,
  • planting,
  • fertilizing,
  • watering,
  • harvesting,
  • insects,
  • diseases
  • and serving.

(2 Pages)

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