Should I pinch off suckers like on tomatoes? 10.2k members in the aerogarden community. Posted by 1 year ago.

A community for anyone growing plants with AeroGarden systems. Week 4: (Mid-Growth Phase) No maintenance required. Log in sign up. Brian. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts . User account menu • This is my first time growing peppers in my aerogarden (first time ever growing peppers, too.) Don't let it grow any taller, maybe a few inches then prune the main stem. For tomatoes, I have pruned off the top to encourage the sides to expand. Please tell me how best to prune cilantro and parsley? As someone who grows peppers (including jalapeños) constantly in an aerogarden farm (I always have pepper plants going in the gardens), I can tell you, even with the healthiest pepper plant, you're going to get LOTS of dropped flowers. So I should let it grow as tall as it wants ? The exercise is only important on long term plants. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. Jalapeño Newbie- is it time for the first pruning ? Here is a nice week-to-week guide with pruning information:

Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. A community for anyone growing plants with AeroGarden systems. Thanks, Brian. I know this baby needs pruning.. I’ve been snipping extra leaves off but I think it’s still not enough. Press J to jump to the feed. It was 2 or 3 feet above the light. I haven’t done that since I only have 4 jalapeños and they ALL are growing between the little branch junction. Week 5: (Mid-Growth Phase) Time to top your plant! I found these helpful when I was trying to figure it out. You should be pruning to either prevent the branches from getting too close to the lights if you're at max height, or in order to encourage the plant's overall shape (i.e. I bought an Aerogarden about a month ago (at 36 days now) and am loving it! Cookies help us deliver our Services. Be sure that you don’t trim more than 1/3 of the entire plant.

What you risk by overpruning is not having enough leaf cover on the plant to provide the chlorophyll for the plant to fertilize and grow more peppers.

Press J to jump to the feed. I get lots of mature peppers in my gardens (enough from 4 plants, that i pickle what I can, cook with fresh peppers where I can, and still have enough left over that I'm giving a bunch away) and I still get LOTS of flowers that fall off the plant. Log in sign up. Thanks for that link. But if you trim too many leaves, the whole photosynthesis thing gets super messed up. You are very possibly creating the situation you're hoping to cure.

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