How to grow pepper effectivelyUpdate: 7/31/2017
How to grow pepper effectively
If you want to grow pepper tree you need note some requirement below:
Sun: Look for dappled shade, if exposed to too much direct sunlight, a spot that receives daylong filtered sunlight is optimal as the plant can be damaged. If planting in a sunny area must use a shade cloth that filters the sunlight to at least 50%.
Soil: Black Pepper plants do best in fertile and medium clayey soil that retain slight moisture. Good drainage is always the most essential need while growing black pepper, waterlogged soil can damage the plant. Soil pH level could be anywhere between 5.5 and 7, add lime if the soil is too acidic and sulfur if alkaline.
Watering: Be sure to give the pepper plant plenty of water to keep the soil slightly moist always, not allowing the soil to dry out between watering spells.
Location: You always remember to choose a location that remains humid and temperature mostly be maintained constantly around 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit (24 – 30 C). However, pepper plant can tolerate temperature between 50 F – 104 F(10 – 40 C)