Pepper Gulpinar F1 (500 seeds of Argeto)
The strong and fruity hybrid pepper known as Gulpinar F1 Pepper (Argeto 500 seeds) can resist hard conditions. has an immediate and high yield.
Gulpinar F1 Pepper (Argeto 500 seeds) Specifications
Growing: Open fields and greenhouses are both suitable.
the Californian plant Wonder kind, active, short internodes, and fruity.
Fruit: Sweet, 3–4 lobed, thick, green to crimson in color, and 12 × 11 cm in size.
Strength: TSWV and L4.
60 to 90 days till maturity
benefits of Gulpinar F1 pepper for health
Because of the ingredients in it, pepper helps to prevent asthma, upset stomach, a bacterial infection that causes diarrhea (cholera), diarrhea, headache, menstrual discomfort, and stuffy nose.
More than 200% of your daily need for vitamin C is found in red peppers.
Vitamin C aids in the appropriate absorption of iron in addition to being a potent antioxidant.
Because they are a high source of vitamin B6 and folate, peppers prevent anemia.
Due to their high vitamin A content, which supports good eyesight, particularly night vision, peppers assist maintain healthy night vision.
Because they are brimming with antioxidants, which when combined, have a powerful antioxidant capacity, it helps prevent cancers including prostate and lung cancer.
Because Gulpinar F1 Peppers indeed have a mild thermogenic impact that boosts our metabolism without raising our heart rate or blood pressure like hot peppers do, they help us burn more calories.
Gulpinar F1 Pepper Planting Instructions
In any sunny, well-drained location, growing peppers is simple, and they make excellent candidates for roomy containers too. Since peppers typically grow upright, staking is frequently beneficial to prevent brittle branches from breaking as plants become loaded with fruit.
After the final harmattan season, plant pepper plant seedlings outside. They thrive in in-ground gardening, raised beds, and containers.
Place them in a sunny, well-drained area, 18 to 24 inches apart. A minimum of 6 to 8 hours of sunlight each day are required for pepper plants.
When planting, incorporate compost or other organic materials into the soil.
After planting, water right away, then frequently all season long. A total of 1-2 inches each week is the goal (more during warm weather).
When planting, incorporate a continuous-release fertilizer into the soil and replace it as needed throughout the growing season.
To help keep the soil cool and wet, cover the plants with mulch (such as chopped leaves or straw).
To help support the weight of the fruit once it starts to produce, support each pepper plant with a stake or tiny tomato cage.
Use a knife or shears to harvest peppers.