chili peppers cover

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  1. Hello, autumn begins today here in Mexico (SLP) with dry semi-desert climate. For now 12-24 degrees. It will be the first time I have tried to plant chili peppers. Any recommendation? Would it be better to wait for the winter to pass? Thanks

    1. Hello Haydeé, how good to have you here! Considering that the best temperature for germination is around 18 ° and for sowing, 24 °, I think it would be better to wait until the weather warms up. Germination begins indoors in February and remove your stalks once they are 5-10 cm tall. San Luis Potosí, is just entering the season of the lowest temperatures of the year. I advise you to wait until the weather improves. Good luck with your chilitos! Give them love and you will see that you will have healthy and large plants 😊

  2. Good morning: a consultation in the garden you can plant a variety of chili peppers. Or they don't have a good association.

    Thank you

    1. Hello, Consuelo. Of course, a variety of chili peppers can be sown in the same garden, as long as the distance between each seed is respected, being it about 60 cm. Keep in mind that the best month to germinate your seeds in Europe is generally in February, always starting from inside the house, since the most suitable temperature is 15 to 20 ° C. We wish you a lot of success with your garden!

      1. Thank you, thank you, thank you for responding. I will do so at 60cm. I live in Bolivia

        1. From what I know, Bolivia has different climates depending on the elevation of the region where you live. Also, I understand that they are just coming out of the cool season and that the temperatures currently range between 15 ° and 20 °, which may be perfect for sowing until outside. You will have to judge whether to sow indoors or immediately outdoors, but I feel like now is the time to do it. Greetings!

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