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Organic Round Ball Chilli Seeds - Open Pollinated

Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated, and Non-GMO. 80-95% Germination.

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Number of seeds in a packet: 50+

Latest Germination Test: January, 2024

Germination Percentage: 94%

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Organic Round Ball Chilli Seeds - Open Pollinated
Organic Round Ball Chilli Seeds - Open Pollinated
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Product Description - Organic Round Ball Chilli Seeds - Open Pollinated

Round Ball Chilli are small, round, and red peppers that range in heat from mild to moderate. Pickled Round Ball Chilies are frequently found on salad bars and in jars on grocery store shelves. They are commonly served as a sauce, an accompaniment to an antipasto platter, or filled and converted into poppers. While the Round Ball Chilli may sound like a sweet kind of Capsicum annuum, it has a fiery character that varies in intensity depending on the variety. Round Ball Chilli is one of the most fabulous peppers to pickle due to their firm skin.

Round Ball Chilli is a pepper that matures early and produces pendant "cherry" shaped fruit. In a pot, the plant grows to around 70 cm in height and would grow even larger if planted in the ground. Chilli pods are green while immature and turn red when mature. They're excellent for stuffing with cheese, grilling, salads, and salsas. We fill those delectable spherical jalapeño peppers with feta cheese. Because the Ball Chilli is not extremely hot, it is ideal for those who like a milder chilli.

Benefits/Uses of Round Ball Chilli

As with most peppers, the Round Ball Chilli is high in vitamin C, which helps the immune system. Additionally, there is a healthy dosage of vitamin A, iron, and capsaicin, the component of chilli peppers that gives them their spiciness. This molecule is anti-inflammatory and has several beneficial properties, including increasing metabolism. Additionally, studies indicate that capsaicin may help lessen the risk of cancer. If the Round Ball Chilli is pickled, the sodium content will be increased.

 Specifications of Round Ball Chilli Seeds

Common name

Round Ball Chilli, ball chilli

Sunlight

Minimum of 5 hours per day

Water

Don't overwater; watering with a sprayer causes more impact

Temperature

65-80 deg

Soil

Loam soil

Fertilizer

Not necessary

Germination

8-14 days

Harvest season

·About 90 days after chilly has flowered

· All seasons

No. of seeds

50+

 

Planting and Care for Round Ball Chilli

Sowing Round Ball Chilli  Seeds

  • Chillies require little root space, and as long as the soil is at least 20cm deep, they should thrive.
  • Before potting, properly water plants and allow for drainage.
  • Fill your container halfway with seed2plant Vegetable and Fruit Mix.
  • Gently remove the plant's root ball and place it in the container.
  • Replenish your container with seed2plant vegetables and fruits. Combine to a depth of 3cm from the top.
  • Increase root development and metabolism in your plants and seed germination by using a humic acid growth promoter.
  • Gently tap the container on the ground to settle the contents.
  • Gently compact soil around the plant's base.
  • Keep your plant well-watered.

Growing Round Ball Chilli

  • Provide nourishment for your plants, and they will provide nourishment for you. Because plants absorb nutrients from the soil as they grow, replacing them guarantees that your plants reach their maximum potential.
  • Choose a fertilizer formulated specifically for your crop, such as Tui Vegetable Food. Feed A2 Desi Cow Panchagavya Organic Growth Promoter to chiles sown in grow bags. Maintain adequate moisture in the soil throughout the growing season.
  • While your chilies are developing typically, give them a boost with a dosage of Seaweed Extract Liquid Growth Promoter.
  • Chilies that are well-watered and well-nourished have a better chance of warding off insect pests and diseases.

Harvesting Round Ball Chilli  

Chillies mature in around three months. When the chillies are ready, cut them from the plants - do not pull them from the plant as they will frequently rip—the color and flavor of the crop change as it grows. Chili's keep nicely in the refrigerator or a dark, dry closet.

Precautions while growing Round Ball Chilli

  • Eliminate any weeds that have established themselves around the chilli plant.
  • Flowers are harmed by high heat and wind.
  • The planting timing should be determined during the day.
  • This plant thrives when the daytime temperature is between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. It's a fantastic season to plant chiles.
  • Staking may be necessary for plants that reach greater heights or are cultivated in windy places.

Common Problems affecting Round Ball Chilli Plants and Solutions

Maintain vigilance and prevent unwelcome insects and illnesses from wreaking havoc on your plants. Slugs and snails can be a problem; safeguard young plants with bio pest control.

Small whiteflies feed on the sap of the plant and excrete sticky "honeydew," which stimulates the growth of sooty mould in the terrace garden, which can be managed biologically or using sticky traps.

Grey mould is a naturally occurring illness that thrives in moist or humid conditions. Spores enter plants via wounds, damaged tissue, and opened blooms. Mold may wreak havoc on fruit that is beginning to ripen, such as strawberries. Black resting spores survive the winter. The cure for this is to remove any infected plant components immediately. Eliminate hazardous debris and surgically remove infected areas to expose healthy tissue. Reduce greenhouse humidity by ventilation to avoid crowding young plants and seedlings.

No. of Round Ball Chilli Seeds - 50+

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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D
Deep . (Dibrugarh, IN)
Very Good germination

Almost all the seed are germinated

S
Satyanarayan K

Quality of the product

P
Pranav Sharma (Dehradun, IN)
No Germination yet

It has been more than 7 days. No germination yet.

Hi sir

Round ball chilli takes about 8-14 days for germination. Please wait a few more days. We are sure that it will germinate. We have tested the germination last month and found this seed to have 89% germination.

Regards
Team Seed2Plant

A
Akhtar Husain (Nagpur, IN)
Best seeds

Quality products

N
Nitin Mehta (Ahmedabad, IN)
Good Germination

Good Germination.Happy with the product.

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