A VISIT TO MY RED PEPPER GARDEN

Hi friends its been a while, have not been that frequent to the #agriculturalmindset community, its almost two months i posted here , i hope you guys have been doing pretty good, i believe you all are in health and maximizing the joy of the season, wishing you a merry Christmas.

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This is my visit to my garden after a long while, its been a bit tasking for me not having time as i expected to visit the pepper garden, the pepper today is about two old, i almost have given up because after like two days of planting, there had been consistent heavy rain fall, that lasted for about a month and two weeks, the location of the garden was flooded with water and i was afraid of loosing the crops, but as at a week ago, the rain had decided to pity me and my garden, so the rain is now coming like once in week, and I will now be giving you my red pepper garden weekly report, showing you the growth system of the garden.

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Shown above is the picture of the transplanting at about 2 months ago, due to the heavy rain fall in the last one month and some weeks, the soil had lost so much of it nutrient but the good news is that the crops is coming alive again. I have made arrangement for organic manure to improve the soil nutrient and as well enable the crops do well.

as I checked today, I noticed that soil dry and will in the next few days demand for irrigation which will be done twice everyday.
the pepper was about 15 stands of it and all have survived the heavy rain fall, looking forward to it progressive growth and massive harvest in due course,

As you can see the leafs are still very green and that give hope for growth and massive harvest in view, below are the current photos of the pepper.

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Checking from the ground or the soil, you will see that the soil has so much been invaded by the flood of water of the heavy rain fall in the past weeks, also if you look at the leave, you will observe that the some past has also visited the crops in a small way, this was all because i had almost given up due to the heavy rain fall but am glad there is a new wave of growth after the rain had almost finished the whole garden.

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The soil is so dry and needs an immediate intervention, so like i said, i have made arrangement to bring in some quantity of new rich loamy soil to enrich the soil and also bring in some quantity of organic manure and a more effective irrigation, twice daily to enhance growth an productivity.

image.pngThis is 20m in height

image.pngthis is about 9m height

The plant so far has grown in height and as well as the leaf, I had to visit the garden with my measurement tape,

image.pngThis is about 24m in height

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The species of the plant crops, i have here is likely to produce this kid of fruits and we expect to have a glorious harvest at harvest.

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Like i already said, am back to give attention to my garden as needed, and i will be bringing you weekly update as i engage the garden for effective result and productivity. stay turn and stay safe, i remain @ekotmordemy, am back for effective engagement, my sincere shout out to @mattsanthonyit for the job well done in the community, thanks for having me.



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@ekotmordemy welcome back to the Agricultural Mindset community again. First and foremost I will say a big sorry for loosing your farmland for that period of time. Rain does alot of good and harm but don't let us question the mothernature. The rain is actually met to fall and increase the crop growth and development but sometimes it comes with a very heavy hand that damages crops, houses and more. Sorry for that.

  • Yes. Your Pepper are growing more faster, bigger and wider. But I will suggest that you add little more soil to the Pepper stem, root to support them more and to give them more natural nutrients. It will survive more months and years with good productivity.
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yeah, i will be giving a weekly update on the garden, you will be updated on your suggested measures, thanks for stopping by and the resourceful comment. thanks for having me

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