Pepper -Trapez Red Variety
Pepper “Trapez” (Capsicum annuum), a red variety producing large fruit, offers very early harvest possibility and stunning resistance to low temperatures. This healthy, strong plant bears numerous fruit with dark red peel and similarly coloured thick, sweet flesh. They weigh 120 g on average and take on regular, rectangular shape. They taste great raw and in preserves. These fruit supply us with large amounts of vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, kalium, magnesium and other minerals. Eating fresh peppers increases resistance, improves metabolism and protects the body from hypertension.
Seeds of the “Trapez” pepper need to be sown at home, in a greenhouse or onto a hotbed. The seedlings are sensitive to cold, so you transfer them to the field in the last decade of May, when they would not be endangered by late frosts. You should provide peppers with high quality soil, in the second year after manure fertilisation, or mixed with ground compost or mineral vegetable fertiliser. Deep, warm, light soil with high water capacity guarantees rich crops. Large, tasty fruit of the variety offered here may be harvested and consumed already 70 days after planting the seedlings.