Trinidad Scorpion dies after transplanting
I have had 2 sets of (3 each) Trininidad Scorpion peppers that I've started from seeds. They seem to be fine in the pot inside but once I put them outside in the sun they shrivel up & die (still have primary leaves). What am I doing wrong?
I have 3 more in a small pot & these popped up pretty quick. They seem to be thriving but need some suggestions on when to transplant and maybe what kind of environment should I have them in (full sun, partial, etc)? I soaked these seeds in a "Superthrive" vitamin solution overnight & they germinated within 7 days compared to the others coming up in about 2 wks.
I spray the seedlings in this Superthrive vitamin solution every other day. Should I continue this? Any suggestions would help greatly.
I am in the Central Phoenix area
This post was edited by arthur08 on Fri, Jun 7, 13 at 9:21