Growing Capsicum, also Bell peppers, Sweet peppers

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22 Dec 18 David Maunder (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
Do they need fertilising and if so what do you use
02 Jan 19 Mem (New Zealand - temperate climate)
Yes they do,I use wally's strawberry fertilizer and a general liquid feed every 2 weeks.Its also a good idea to make sure they get enough calcium as this can effect the fruit.They will produce fruit without feeding but it is generally small and you get much less.
29 Dec 18 Mike (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
All plants need a good fertiliser base - best to do before planting. Ask at a nursery or Bunnings etc. A good handful spread over a square meter or so - mix it in well a two weeks before planting. Or a good mixture of composted material dug in 2 weeks before.

Do they need fertilising and if so what do you use

- David Maunder

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