How To Cultivate Chili In Pot or Polybag

Chili is a member of the genus Capsicum which is very popular in Indonesia. Even chili has become one of the mandatory in every cuisine, there are several types of chillies in Indonesia, among others are green chili, red chili, chilli curry and cayenne pepper which is in great demand by the community because it has a more spicy taste. Besides attractive because of the flavor offered, chili also has a high economic value, so many farmers who cultivate a variety of chili plants. But not only the farmers, because you can also cultivate it in the home page by utilizing pots or polybags.
Chili Chili Opportunities
Chili cultivation is one of the business that has good prospect, especially chilli also have fluctuating price, especially at the time of Lebaran, chilli price will immediately jump up. This is what makes everyone want to participate in planting chili to gain multiple benefits. But unfortunately not everyone has a vast planting area, thus discouraging the intention to cultivate chili instantly. Without them know there is a variety of growing media that can be used to cultivate chillies such as gardens, yard or polybag which is also called as a modern horticultural plantation system. And on this occasion we will discuss it for you.
How To Cultivate Chili In Pot or Polibag
How to cultivate chili with polybag or pot is very easy, almost the same as how to plant chilli in general. because these chili plants can live anywhere, be it lowland mapun plateau with an optimum temperature of 24-27 ° C. However, chili can still grow with temperatures above 27 ° C. For those of you who want to cultivate chili with polybag media, the type of chili that is suitable for you to plant such as chillies curly and chili because this type of chili has more durability to the tropical climate. And the steps you should do when cultivating chillies in pots or polybags are as follows:
1. Hatchery
• Selection of seeds
To produce a quality chili is certainly needed a good seed. There are many types of seeds from local seeds to imported seeds that you can use, but for those of you who want easier treatment with satisfactory results, the type of local chilli you can choose. Especially now the local chilli has now been selected, so as to produce productive and superior plants, although still less good than the type of chili hybrid. But for beginners the type of local chilli seeds are more recommended.
• Seeding
Unlike the way of planting chili on land, for planting chillies in pots or polybags should not be directly done from the seeds, but must be sown first. In addition to accelerating growth, seeding also aims to select chili seeds from disability and disease in plants. For this seeding process you can do in the seeding tray or plot of land. The seeding step you should do is as follows:
 Prepare the tray or make a plot of land to taste,
 Combine the compost and soil with a ratio of 1: 1, mix well.
 Puree the ground soil until it is loose to make the burning process easier to penetrate the field.
 Place the soil media on the tray or plot you have prepared. Then make a map with a width of 5-10 cm, and make a run on it with a distance of 10 cm.
 After the seeding is ready, insert the chili seeds with 7.5 cm spacing.
 Flush the seeds and cover with the soil mixture and compost you have prepared beforehand.
 Then cover the seeding area with wet sack, and leave it for 3 days. During the seeding process make sure the burlap sack remains in wet condition to keep the seed moist.
 Once the seedling begins to grow, open the burlap sack and replace it with a plastic cover to protect the seeds of the plant, in addition to keeping the chilli seeds not exposed to direct sunlight.
 Wait up to 1 month or after seed has 3-4 leaves.
2. Preparation of planting media
For planting media you can use pots, polybags, or unused containers with a minimum size of 30 cm. Then hole the bottom of the pot so the water can flow. Next mix the soil, manure, compost, rice husk and charcoal with the composition 1: 1: 1. Wash off all ingredients to get a smooth growing medium, stirring until all the ingredients are well blended, and make sure that the ingredients you use have good quality. In addition to the mixture, you can also add NPK fertilizer about 3 spoons for each pot. Once all is ready, place the pot or polybag in place that is not stagnant water.
3. Planting
Once the plant seeds and planting media are ready, then you can move the seed into the pot or polybag that you have persia

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