Import this crop directly into your project. Learn about spacing requirements, germination rates, and visualize how your environment is effecting it's growth.
Whether you are growing sweet peppers or hot peppers, media beds are the ideal aquaponics method to use.
Peppers grow well within a humidity range of 60-65% and a temperature range of about 22-28°C. Generally speaking, spicier peppers can be grown at higher temperatures; though exceeding 30°C for extended periods of time can lead to floral abortion.
Pepper seedlings can be transplanted after at lest 6 true leaves have presented and the evening temperatures stabilize above 10°C. Heavy yielding pepper plants will likely need to be trellised. Removing some of the frist flowers encourages further plant growth and may lead to a higher yield.
Harvest peppers once the color changes to a ripe and rich shade indicating elevated vitamin C levels and have reached a marketable size.