Marvel F1 Sweet Pepper Hybrid Seeds
The Marvel F1 sweet pepper hybrid is a top choice for home gardeners and farmers alike, prized for its prolific yields, exceptional flavor, and ease of growth. These hybrid seeds boast a range of benefits that make them a must-have for any vegetable garden.
When mature, Marvel F1 Sweet Pepper seeds have a deep, blocky shape and are fresh and moisture-free. Marvel F1 Sweet Pepper Hybrid Seeds have an elongated shape and delicate, smooth skin when grown under ideal conditions.
Marvel F1 Sweet Pepper Hybrid Seeds characteristics
Sachet packaging measures 10g.
Blocky in shape with a thick wall
Color: When grown, changes from green to red.
Soft and smooth texture
Viral resistance, including the pepper mottle virus
Marvel F1 Sweet Pepper’s health benefits are fresh and moisture-free.
Vitamins C, A, and E, the majority of the B vitamins, and vitamin B5 are abundant in peppers. Additionally, they contain significant amounts of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium.
More than 200% of your recommended daily dose of vitamin C is present in sweet peppers. Vitamin C aids in the appropriate absorption of iron in addition to being a potent antioxidant.
due to its excellent amount of vitamin B6 and folate, sweet peppers aids in the prevention of anemia.
Due to its high vitamin A content, which supports good eyesight in general and night vision in particular, helps to support healthy night vision.
Due to the presence of lycopene and other antioxidants, they guard against nausea, cough, and nose infections.
Noteworthy planting advice for the Marvel F1 Pepper Seeds
Water should be consumed in moderation: From the time they sprout until the end of the growing season, peppers require a moderate amount of water. There should, however, be no reason for a waterlog because as a plant grows, its roots cannot handle it. The soil must be able to drain adequately while also holding onto enough moisture to support the plants.
Never over-fertilize: Pepper plants that receive too much fertilizer tend to produce lush foliage rather than healthy fruit. This is not a good idea, and it shouldn’t be supported. Generally speaking, peppers are light feeders, therefore applying the 5-10-10 fertilizer to the soil prior to transplantation is appropriate. When flowering begins, you can additionally lightly sprinkle the plants with N P K 5-10-10 to give them an extra boost if necessary. But when it goes beyond this and becomes excessive, it is useless.