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Watering, Fertilizing, Pruning – Container Jalapeno Peppers Update – Organic Gardening in Arizona

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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, please post them in the comment section and I will answer them.

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*Here is the video playlist about my organic raised bed vegetable garden I built with wood where I planted my tomato and pepper plants that I started from seeds:

*Here are links to my latest videos:

1. “How To Prune Tomato Plants For Maximum Yield & Bigger Tomatoes – Organic Vegetable Garden in Arizona” – https://youtu.be/BDb1FsmMfmQ

2. “How To Stake & Tie Tomato Plants – Trellis Ideas For Strong Winds – Vegetable Garden Arizona” – https://youtu.be/IPTPuFXUW-g

3. How to hand pollinate tomato plants: https://youtu.be/QcBRw3w44Rw

4. How I build a shade cloth canopy for my raised garden bed to protected from the extreme heatwave we had here in Arizona: https://youtu.be/27JOQpbR1pI

*If you are interested to see the benefits of Liquid Alaska Organic Fish fertilizer, check out this playlist:

*Here is a video on when and how to water tomato seedlings:

*Here is the video on when and how to fertilize your tomato seedlings:

*Here is the video on transplanting tomato seedlings into cups from earlier this year:

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