[Market-farming] low fruit production in peppers and eggplants?

stonecirclefarm tds.net stonecirclefarm at tds.net
Mon Feb 4 10:37:38 EST 2013


Heat may have had an impact but I would also guess that perhaps fertility,
esp. N, was too high.  I am anxiously awaiting Bill Shoemaker's follow-up
as I imagine he has some good perspective on this question.

-John

On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 9:34 AM, Pam Twin Oaks <pam at twinoaks.org> wrote:

> Mike - where are you located? Some of us in the south had trouble with
> peppers and eggplants setting fruit because it was so hot. I'm trialing
> three new-to-us varieties this year, to find more heat-tolerant ones.
>
> Pam (central Virginia)
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