Ghost Pepper is also known as Bhut Jolokia- World’s spiciest chili. Ghost peppers are used as a medicine for stomach ailments and are eaten to cool the body by inducing perspiration during the hot summer months. Try our Non-GMO Ghost Pepper Seeds. Also, check out our workshops for more details.
Number of seeds in a packet – 10
- Difficulty Level – easy
- Plant Height – 2 – 4 feet
- Type – outdoor
- Feed – Vermicompost for nutrients every week, Seaweed once a month for greener leaves, and Epsom salt for better blooming once a month
- Watering – every day
- Sunlight – full sunlight
- Germination Time – 1 week
- Fruiting Time – 11 weeks
- Harvesting Time – 12 – 15 weeks
- Suitable Temperature – 80°F – 90°F
- Season – annual
- Sowing – spring
HOW TO GROW GHOST PEPPER FROM SEEDS
- Take a Growbag and fill it with Cocopeat.
- Sprinkle the seeds around the Growbag.
- Fill the hole with Cocopeat lightly and spray with water.
- Water every day.
- Seeds will germinate within a week.
- Full sunlight is needed.
- Take a Medium Size Pot and add a Potting Mix.
- If planting in the soil adds Neem Cake Powder, Vermicompost, and Seaweed.
Botanical name: Capsicum chinense
ghost pepper seed in hindi: bhoot kaalee mirch ka beej (भूत काली मिर्च का बीज)
ghost pepper seed in tamil: pey milaku vitai (பேய் மிளகு விதை)
ghost pepper seed in telugu: deyyam miriyalu sid (దెయ్యం మిరియాలు సీడ్)
ghost pepper seed in kannada: bhuta menasu bija (ಭೂತ ಮೆಣಸು ಬೀಜ)
ghost pepper seed in marathi: bhuta mirapuda biyane (भूत मिरपूड बियाणे)
ghost pepper seed in malayalam: pretha kurumulak vithu (പ്രേത കുരുമുളക് വിത്ത്)
Other names: Bhut jolokia