A high-yielding East-West seed variation is the Ganga sweet pepper seeds. The plant is extremely productive and vivacious. When the fruit reaches maturity, it takes on a bell form, has thick walls, and has a very dark green hue.
Several meals benefit from the heat that the sweet pepper Ganga adds. It’s crucial to give your sweet pepper plants the greatest possible start if you want to get the most out of them. Careful planting is important since it helps you establish a successful plant that gives you a sufficient harvest.
Selection of Soil
For your sweet pepper to germinate, selecting the proper soil is crucial. In sandy soil,
Sandalwood soils do not grow peppers well because they do not retain enough moisture to support the growing plant. Select a soil mixture with a high proportion of organic matter.
Procedures in the planting
The seeds are planted in seed trays or prepared beds.
The seeds sprout, producing seedlings.
The seedlings are transplanted into the open field once they have been established and are about 15 cm tall and robust.
Deeply loosen the soil, then completely incorporate fertilizer, manure, or compost.
As sweet pepper seeds are susceptible to moisture, Ganga sweet pepper planting should be done three weeks after the most recent rain.
Draw the furrows and ridges at least one meter apart.
Never water peppers; always water the roots.
To keep the growing plants erect, tie them to stakes.
Regularly weed and fertilize with manure or organic fertilizer. Use chemical or natural insect control methods.