We planted red and orange bell peppers this year for the first time. They are getting large and not yet turning red and orange. If we pick them when they’re still green, will they still ripen if we set them in the window where they get sun?
My bell peppers all have black spots on the fruits. The peppers seem to have thin walls and poor fruit shape as well. The spots become holes in the peppers and the seeds are few in the damaged fruits. I have side dressed the plants with coffee grounds recently and am starting to get stronger peppers, but I would like to make sure I take care of this permanantly. I just saw some birds leave my pepper patch which might explain what happens to the exposed seeds of my bell peppers.
My bell peppers are getting rotten before they ripe. How can I prevent this?
My green bell peppers, that are almost to the size to be picked, have developed brown areas on the top surface that cover about 25% of the area. The plant is in a large pot on the east side of the house and receives sun until around 3:00 PM. Is this too much sun, or is it something else?
My bell peppers are covered with a clear sticky substance, also tiny white (almost clear) spots. The leaves seem to be affected also, but not as much as the actual peppers. I’m in southwest Arizona. I have destroyed the plants this year, but wonder if there is something I could do to prevent this again.
I’m growing bell peppers in the aero-garden. They have a bunch of flowers but they fall off after full bloom. I tried using the paint brush, and I’m using Pure Blend Pro Grow and Liquid Karma. Hope you can help.
My bell peppers are blackening as they grow. What could be the cause? Some fruits are turning black on the outer side and the blackening seems to be starting from the tip of the fruit upwards. It is also only on the outer side, and not on the side facing the plant. Please help.
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