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In my experience, it's very normal for peppers to grow more slowly than tomatoes and especially squash (squash can grow fast). Peppers can grow faster if it's warmer. In my experience, Capsicum chinense grows more slowly than Capsicum annuum and Capsicum baccatum. If you have them indoors, be sure to have some ventilation when it's warmer, or they may be ...


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They look quite large for the modules they're in. Seed compost doesn't have many nutrients in it, and they may be drying out too quickly. Pot them on into bigger modules or individual pots, with well-drained but nutritious compost (with good organic matter content), and make sure they're getting plenty of light at this stage (it's just the fruit you don't ...


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I think the problem is in the transplanted them a few weeks ago. Transplanting is a shock for the plant, and changing from indoor to outdoor is also a shock. Normal, most of plants will have this, but you should not expect to get quickly a growth. Now the plants will form new roots, adapt to the environment (and sun). Give them some time and they will ...


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Your peppers aren't doing too badly. I am seeing over watering, not enough ventilation (fans blowing) and it is the perfect time to fertilize. Have you fertilized at all with anything? I had a tray of 4" potted peppers and got a 3 foot string of dried peppers! How much light do they get? Pick up one of those pots to feel the heft. Water only when that ...


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