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Squizza's Jalapeno Early x 1 Harvesting

Plant: Chili pepper (Capsicum annuum longum group) | Variety: Early Jalapeno

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Growing these in my raised bed. At first I was worried because the leaves turned yellow shortly after I transplanted them. Being my first time gardening I was a little concerned that I did something wrong. But basically I just kept the ground moist (not wet) and used some Fish/Kelp Liquid Fert, as well as some granular stuff that I put around it after I planted it. It held in there and now is growing peppers.
Like all my plants, I think they didnt get very tall because we were pretty cold here way into June (especially at night).

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