[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Watering, Fertilizing, Pruning – Container Jalapeno Peppers Update – Organic Gardening in Arizona In this video, I will show you how I water, prune, and fertilize my container jalapeno peppers. I am pruning my jalapeno pepper, because I want them to bush up and grow more jalapeno peppers. I count 6 leaves and clip the top of both jalapeno plants. With some luck, within a week, they should start growing side shoots. I will make another video as soon as the jalapeno pepper plants start growing new suckers. About a week after I transplanted my jalapeno pepper plants, I fertilized them with Liquid Organic Alaska Fish Fertilizer. I deluded 1 tbsp of fish fertilizer into 1 gallon of water and watered them. Today, about 2 weeks after I transplanted my jalapeno peppers, I fertilized them with Age Old Grow by Old Organics. I deluded 1 tbsp of fertilizer in 1 gallon of water and spry the bottom and the top of the leaves and the stem of my jalapeno plants. I watered the jalapeno pepper plants just with water as the soil was getting dry. Jalapeno peppers tend to get spicier if they don’t get water on regular basis and I do not want them too spicy. I started these jalapeno peppers from seeds back in March and transplanted them into containers in April. I hope you find this video helpful and if you have any questions about growing jalapeno pepper plants indoors or outdoors in Arizona, please post them in the comment section and I will answer them. If you like this video, give it thumbs up and if this is your first time visiting my channel, please subscribe for many more tips on organic, natural and healthy […]
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