Pepper Plant

Moving Ground Peppers Inside


Castle added on November 30, 2017 | Answered

I have a Thai dragon pepper plant (I think) and I recently moved it inside to keep it safe from the cold. It seems like its getting more water than when it was outside but all the new leaves that grow on it die within a day or two. I'm unsure what


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BushDoctor
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Answered on November 30, 2017

It can be difficult to move these, especially if you have disturbed, or broken any roots. This would be the reason you are having much trouble with wilting. Also, watering indoors should be drastically reduced, as to not give the pepper an infection. Since most of the root tips are broken, or injured, it will not take up ANY water until this has been repaired. It is best to let the plant dry out some before you water again. You can use a product called B1 boost, or any horticultural B1 to help it recover faster.

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