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Old July 29, 2018   #14
pmcgrady
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Originally Posted by b54red View Post
King Arthur is good and also Socrates. I am growing a lot of different bells this year and trying to keep the suckers down so they produce larger peppers and it seems to be working. Socrates is almost always the first bell to produce a ripe pepper each year and this year was no exception. If fertilized well it produces some really large peppers with nice thick walls. Revolution is another that does well but the skin is tougher on it than some bells. I think I have about 8 different varieties of bells and they all seem to be setting good now and I should have some good peppers come fall if no disaster befalls them. I am having a heck of a time with aphids on the peppers at the shady end of my garden.

Bill
I only fertilized the peppers once this year with Tomato Tone, but I make sure they have plenty of water and it seems to be working.
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