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I got a question from a self proclaimed chilly serial pepper killer. Her chilly peppers seem to follow the pattern of: They grow a good size, flower, set some fruit and then the leaves wither/wilt and the plant dies. If you have the time, I would appreciate some help from all our experience (out there) with helping her figure out what might be wrong.
My thoughts were this....
- Peppers can suffer from too much love. They need moisture but too much soaking water can harm them. Perhaps let them hang on the drier side of moisture.
- If they were in containers, maybe try a different heavier soil
- If they were in the ground, a rotation might be in store.
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Thanks for the Help!