How To Grow Ghost Peppers

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If you are one of those people, who does not enjoy very hot peppers, also known as TRINIDAD MORUGA SCORPION then you may want to skip this one. I have grown normal green peppers and chocolate bell peppers before, but it will be a first growing ghost peppers.

You can grow them in containers or in your garden, it just depends on what works for you. I think I will try mine in a container first, then maybe transfer them to the garden later, or just plant a new plant in the garden. You plant them once, you get new peppers every year.

Growing Ghost Peppers

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • ghost pepper seeds
  • paper towel
  • spray bottle
  • seedling trays
  • seed starting mix
  • containers

Fold up your napkin in half, then use the spray bottle to spray it so it gets moist. Try not to get it soggy or dripping wet or your seeds may end up rotting. Place the folded napkin in a ziploc bag, and keep them in there at a temperature of above 85 degrees F. The seeds will germinate in 10 to 28 days.

Remove them from the paper towel when you start to see some leaves. Transfer them to your seedling trays, planting them in the middle. Keep them wet and do not let them dry out. You can transfer them to bigger pots or containers within a couple of weeks.

You can watch the video below on how to get ghost pepper seeds started…

You can watch the video below on how use heat mats for ghost pepper seeds…


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