What is happening with my peppers?


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Tuesday, September 22, 2020

I planted my peppers in the spring and they didn’t produce much all spring or summer. I was about to pull them up and plant some lettuce for the fall when all of a sudden they started producing. This is my first year in South Carolina (zone 8A) . It's much warmer here than where I used to live and I’m still trying to figure things out. Any ideas as to what is going on?
 
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Meadowlark

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Don't pull them yet. The best production for my peppers is usually in the fall when temps begin to back off some.
 
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My Jalapeños are just getting their second wind. I think this second crop is going to be larger than the early crop. Some of the better plants I am going to move to the garage to see if I can overwinter them.
 
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zone 6b here peppers are going crazy. summer time not so much but now jalepenos, sweets, pablanos, green peppers, all doing very well.
 

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