This is the time of year when people with gardens must take care of their seedlings if they want a rich autumn harvest. There is a solution that can be sprayed on your pepper seedling 10 days after planting to get a rich harvest.
What to spray pepper seedlings with after planting?
According to experienced gardeners, pepper seedlings should be treated for several diseases 10 days after planting.
To prevent fungus attack, the seedlings should be treated 7-10 days after planting with a special solution called Kupferol, a fungicide. Use 50 to 60 ml of the solution per 10 liters of water; this is the amount needed to spray 100 square meters of area planted with pepper seedlings.
The spraying should be carried out with a 7-day break if you want to repeat it several times.
Control of greenhouse mites and white mould also should be done 7-10 days after planting. The pest control solution is Sanmite 10 SC.
Experienced gardeners recommend using 15 milliliters of solution per 10 liters of water, which is enough to treat 100 square meters of pepper plants. If a second spray with this solution is applied, a 3-day break between treatments is necessary.
Treatment against other pests
The treatment of pepper plants against other pests such as mites is carried out with Fytomax PM solution, of which 100-200 ml per 20 liters of water. If several sprays are to be made, a break of one day should be allowed between each spray.
Treatment 10-14 days after planting
These sprayings should be carried out against powdery mildew, white rot and grey rot, using a solution called Amistar. 10 ml of this solution is mixed in 10 liters of water and is sufficient to spray 100 square meters of area planted with pepper plants.
How to get rid of aphids?
Unfortunately, pepper seedlings can also be affected by aphids.
To control these pests, you can treat the seedlings with Mospilan 20 SG, 1.25 grams of which is enough to spray 100 square meters of land planted with pepper plants in 10 liters of water.