Awesome! Ripe ones starting to trickle in...won't be long and the big pulls will start rolling in. Hope your weather holds for a while before they shut down for the summer.
Yeah, I'm pleased compared to the last few years. Getting them in early has really helped. Although the plants still suffer from nutrient uptake issues. However, I will get my share of peppers.
The weather is getting close here, we shall see..
The biggest mistake I ever made regarding gardening was to bring in the heavy topsoil. That stuff was supposed to help with the sandy drainage issues. That it did. But, it was crap. And crap is a nice way of saying the place I bought it from needs....well you know. I think some idiot thought that lime was the answer. The PH is crazy, 8.4 last year, down to 8.0 this year. It seems only the peppers hate it So my advise is: before you purchase top soil, have it tested. I wish I had...if I could dig it out I would! At least now the water I use is 6.4 from the sky.
I'm seriously considering a 100% container grow next year, while I continue to nuke it with elemental sulfur. I bought 75lbs yesterday, this may take 2 years...regardless, I will win in the end