Tomato pepper 'Pritavit'

planting site / location:
sunny
planting distance:
60 x 80 cm
soil / fertilisation:
Peppers need a nutrient-rich and humic soil.
watering:
Keep it moisturised.
gardener's tip:
Should be planted in a sheltered, frost-free location. Peppers love direct sun . Remove the first flower/fruit of the peppers, this will help to get additional income of subsequent crops . The grafting offers a better income and increases the yields.
This vigorous tomato pepper is by nature resistant to the tomato mosaic virus. Like common for the Hungarian tradition, the fruits have a thick, pulpy skin and a gorgeous, fruity and pleasantly sweet taste with a slight spiciness. They are well-suited to cheese, as cruditiés, for pizza toppings, as a healthy snack and for pickling. Externally, they look similar to tomatoes: bright red, short, rounded and wide. The approximately 70 cm high sturdy plants grow easily and have plenty of fruits. They grow both in a protected place outdoors and in greenhouses.

mild

german term: Tomato pepper
botanical termn: Capsicum annuum
plant height: 70-75 cm
life cycle: annual
harvest season: July to October
use: For grilling, as crudietés, in salads and Italian dishes. Also suitable for cultivation in large containers.
colour palette: blue

 

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