In which month Chilli is sown?

In which month Chilli is sown?

Chilli can be cultivated as Kharif and Rabi crop. Additionally it can be planted at anytime. Sowing months for Kharif crop are May to June while for Rabi crops they are September to October. And if you plant them as summer crops then January and February are good.

What is a Rabi crop examples?

(ii) Rabi Crops : The crops grown in the winter season (October to March) are called rabi crops. Examples of rabi crops are wheat, gram, pea, mustard and linseed.

Is Chilli easy to grow?

Chillies grow in a range of areas. Chillies like a warm, sunny spot, well drained soil and regular watering during dry weather. Over fertilising can lead to excessive foliage and fewer fruit, just like with tomatoes. Buy as seedlings or as established plants from nurseries, and they are easy to grow from seed.

Do chilli plants die after fruiting?

What most people do not know is that chilli plants are in fact perennials and will continue to produce fruits for many years of growing, provided a little care and attention is taken. This extra care and attention after your plants have fruited is called over-wintering and can be very rewarding…

How many chillies does a plant produce?

One plant will often give you a hundred chillies or more.

Do chilli plants need a lot of water?

A: Chilli plants enjoy a good watering followed by a period without water – until the compost is almost dry. Select a compost with good drainage to help keep air in the soil and try to avoid the pot standing in water. Avoid the plant sitting in water for long periods of time as this will damage the lower roots.

What is the lifespan of a chilli plant?

how long do chili plants live🌶

Capsicum species ∅ Age
Capsicum annuum 1.5 – 3 years
Capsicum baccatum 4 – 6 years
Capsicum chinense 3 – 5 years
Capsicum frutescens 3 – 8 years

Should I cut back my chilli plant?

– As soon as your plant has finish fruiting – make sure you pick all the ripe chilli seed pods from your chilli plant (this tells the plants to produce more in future). – Next, you would want to prune your plants right back, leaving just a short stem – this includes trimming back the majority of vegetation.

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