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Pepper transplant

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I recently transplanted pepper (it has been living on my windowsill for 6 years), and after that it started to dry. What could be the reason and can it be saved? It's a pity after all!


Peppers are generally very painful to transplant, transshipment more easily. It is possible that the root system was damaged or it just gets sick after the transplant. For safety, collect seeds from him, he will suddenly die, then grow new bushes. After transplanting, it does not need to be placed under the sun's rays, it is better to pritenit a little so that it gets around. Sprinkle and do not let the fruit be tied until you see that he is feeling well. And yet the bush is already 6 years old, maybe it's time to just replace it with new plants?


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