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Mali chillies are an excellent source of vitamin A and C source Chili peppers are a common spice in many parts of the world, and they're well-known for their fiery taste. They contain generous amounts of vitamins and minerals in addition to numerous special plant compounds. Regarding weight loss and pain relief, periodically taking the extract of this plant is beneficial. It gives rise to a sensation of burning that is unpleasant to many, especially those who are not used to eating chilli peppers. It is also associated with digestive dysfunction. You should be aware of your tolerances when dealing with chillies.
The soil should be neutral to somewhat alkaline in acidity, with a pH of 6 to 7. These plants particularly dislike wet soil, which means they must be planted in a raised bed or grown in grow bags with amended potting soil for successful plant growth.
BENEFITS/USES OF MALI CHILLI
- One good reason to include the mali chilli in your diet is that they are loaded with beta-carotene and another is that they are rich in carotene or vitamin A. About two teaspoons of mali chilli peppers provide over 6% of the daily Vitamin C value combined with over 10% of the daily Vitamin A value.
- These chillies are abundant with Vitamin A. Sometimes referred to as the body's first line of protection, vitamin A is essential for the healthy nasal cavity, lung, intestines, and urinary tracts, and upper respiratory tract mucous membranes.
- Chilli peppers have a poor — and incorrect — a reputation for causing stomach ulcers.
- Making chilli pepper a staple in your Healthiest Way of Eating may help you avoid developing hyperinsulinemia (high blood levels of insulin)
SPECIFICATIONS OF MALI CHILLY
Lantern chilly, mali chilly
12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness
moist but do not overwater them
70-90 F (21-32 C).
pH levels of 6 - 7
60 to 95 days
|No. of seeds||50+|
Planting and care for mali chilly
Sowing mali chilli seeds
- Begin with a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight during the day. The sun is responsible for producing good bushes with the best-tasting produce.
- Fill a grow bag halfway with moist seed compost and flatten them out.
- Sow a few seeds, cover with a fine sprinkling of vermiculite or compost.
- Use polythene to cover your grow bags if you don't have a propagator.
- After 7-10 days of germination, you can remove the polythene cover.
- Chillies need well-drained soil with a pH of 6 to 7, so they should be planted in an area that has been supplemented with conditioned coco peat or compost.
- Once developed, regular applications of nitrogen liquid fertilizer will encourage fruiting, and fortnightly applications of seaweed extract will keep the root systems powerful.
Growing mali chilly
- Plant the chilli pepper plants 18 – 36 inches apart, with around 2 – 3 feet between rows.
- Eventually, plants grow to nearly 3 feet long.
- Water! Water! Maintain a steady moisture level in the soil, but not soaking wetness. Chilli peppers adore water almost as much as they adore the sun, but you don't want to drown them.
- The soil must be kept continuously moist to prevent the flowers and young fruit from dropping, so plenty of mulch and a trickle irrigation system is ideal during the summer's drier months.
Harvesting mali chilly
- When mature, most hot peppers turn red, but they can still be eaten in orange colour.
- When the fruit is strong, harvest all of the peppers. As long as the fruit is firm, peppers that remain on the plant past maturity may be used.
- The more fruit you cut off the plant, the more it will bloom and harvest.
Precautions while growing mali chilly
- Aim to maintain the soil temperature around 20 degrees Celsius. Watering – too much water or a compost that is too dry can stifle development.
- The soil in which a chilli seedling is planted should be rich in nitrogen. For the first month, this Nitrogen can assist with rapid development.
- Once in a month, apply seaweed extract granules and organic growth promoters to each plant for faster growth.
Common Problems affecting mali chilly plants and solutions
Chilli plants are enjoyed by several insects and other animals. The majority of them can be quickly removed with a mist of soapy water or by hand. To ensure the bugs and worms don't proliferate, you'll need to inspect your plants periodically. Insects love to hide and breed in dead or rotting plant material, so keeping the garden area around your pepper plants clean and clear of dead leaves and debris is vital.
Cutworms are the most destructive pests to chillies, preferring young seedlings in particular. Aphids will congregate under the leaves of pepper plants, excreting honeydew that will attract other insects. Aphids cause spots on plants' leaves, distort their shape, and cause them to wilt. Armyworms and fruit worms both enjoy eating fresh, tender pepper pods, as well as the foliage on occasion. Flea beetles are pests that attack young plants. You'll notice distinct holes in the foliage if they're present. Corn borers eat their way through the insides of pepper pods and kill them. Hornworms can completely devastate a pepper plant, but they're so big that you can easily pluck them off by hand. Whiteflies are known to be particularly damaging to pepper plants. They can spread harmful viruses and cause shrivelling, yellowing, and dropping leaves.
Plant your chilli peppers in sterilized soil to grow a stronger plant that can withstand insect attacks better. Cover the soil with aluminium foil and spread it out on a metal baking sheet. Bake for 30 minutes at 180°F to 200°F in a preheated oven. Until planting, allow the soil to cool. Peat, manure, or compost should be worked into the soil around the chilli plants.
No. of Malli Chilli Seeds - 50+
- Mix 10 grams of pseudomonas powder in water and make it as a loose paste.
- Add the seeds to the solution and soak it for 30 minutes.
- Take a seedling tray and fill it with our potting soil.
- Sow the seeds at 1/2 inch (small seeds) or 1 inch depth (big seeds) and water them using our watering can.(Rough watering or exposure to rain may dislocate the seeds and affect germination).
- The soil should be wet and it shouldn't get dry or soggy. Water when the top soil dries out.
- Place the seedling tray in a warm spot (15°C - 21°C) until germination (it will take 4 to 21 days).
- After germination seedlings need a lot of sunlight. Transfer the seedlings to the grow bags when they have 1 - 2 sets of true leaves.
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Hi, last 2 weeks before i bought sedi murungai seeds,panchagavya,and chilli seeds. Its growing nicely. thankyou
Have not planted them as yet. Too much rainfall.
Seeds are Good Germination. Iam happy to these seeds.