Pruning Pepper Transplants: Greater Yields, Stockier Plant, More Side-Shoots & No Flowers – TRG 2015


Removing the main growing tip of your pepper plants will produce stronger stockier plants and increase the yield of each plant. You end up with a lot more side shoot growth which means more flowers and peppers. You don’t want your transplants flowering indoors. Prune them. Let them work on stem strength and side shoot production while inside.

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