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Old May 13, 2018   #4
Zeedman
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Funny, I thought I directly answered the OP in my first sentence... the fact that I listed alternatives to reach the same goal should not be cause for criticism. The important point being that the impact of removing the first full-sized (green) peppers will be to increase production, but at the cost of delaying the harvest of ripe peppers until later in the season.

Of course, if the original goal was to harvest the peppers green, then the same process would be carried out inadvertently... so the advice by Fedco seems intended for those who want ripe peppers.
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