Sweet pepper grows best on sandy-loamy soils. The crop is a heavy potassium-, and calcium feeder. Potassium is removed at a rate ~50% higher than nitrogen. Calcium deficiency inevitably produces "blossom-end rot" of the fruit. Best sweet peppers mineral nutrition regime includes the use of CRFs, fertigation with fully-soluble fertilizers and foliar feeding.
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