Husky pepper f1 is an early ripe, highly productive hybrid of bell pepper with a classic conical shape. Due to its high yield and resistance to bad weather conditions, this pepper variety is popular among gardeners.
- Characteristic of the variety
- Description of the bush
- Description of the fruit
- Planting and care recommendations
- Pests and diseases
Characteristic of the variety
Husky sweet peppers guarantee an early harvest, fruiting with a very high return.Thanks to this, the hybrid is the best choice of gardeners for growing in film in tunnels or in greenhouses, and in open ground.
The pepper ripens within 55-60 days after planting seedlings in the soil. When fertilizers are applied, as well as in the presence of drip irrigation, the yield reaches 90-100 t / ha.
Description of the bush
An important advantage of the variety is its powerful root system, thanks to which Husky adapts well to stress and also tolerates temperature extremes . The design of the bushes is characterized by the presence of a large number of leaves that protect the fruits from direct sunlight and burns.
Description of the fruit
Husky pepper f1 differs in density, fruit quality and early ripening the crop. The variety is excellent at transportation.
The fruits of the Husky variety differ in average size – from 6 to 12 cm, wall thickness – from 6 to 9 mm, the shape is conical; weight – 160-220 g.
With technical ripeness, the fruits have a saturated white color or “ivory” color, with a biological one they acquire a saturated red hue with a pleasant shine.
Throughout During the growing season, the fruits retain a flat surface and density. Productivity – up to 10 kg per 1 sq. Km. m landing.
Recommendations for landing and care
Husky pepper seeds for seedlings are sown 1.5-2 months before the seedlings are planted in the ground. Seeds are recommended to germinate at temperatures from 26 ° C to 27 ° C. When the leaves are formed, the plants are transplanted into separate containers with a capacity of less than 0.5 l each.
After transplanting, the plants may stop growing. To quickly restore growth and help plantings survive a little stress, plants are sprayed with Epin fertilizer. After frost, seedlings are planted in open ground. It is also permissible to plant under a film or fiber: it depends on the climate and the optimum temperature of the area.
It is recommended to place no more than 4 plants on a plot of 1 sq. m. When planting, it is not necessary to deepen the plant, it should be planted at the same depth at which the Husky grew in a glass.It is also advisable to feed the bushes about 2 or 3 times during the summer with mineral fertilizers with a high potassium content.
In order for the seeds to take root well in the greenhouse or in the open ground, you need to follow simple care rules. It is advisable that when sowing the soil be well fertilized and moist. Daylight hours for seedlings in a greenhouse should be no more than 8 hours. Frequent drip irrigation only contributes to the development of the plant.
Pests and diseases
Diseases and pests cause significant damage to the crop, sometimes even lead to its complete loss.
The Husky hybrid f1 is resistant to a disease such as black bacterial spotting, and also remarkably resists the tobacco mosaic virus, but is still vulnerable to pests such as:
- Colorado potato beetle;
- spider mite.
B the fight against aphids and spider mites affected area plants are sprayed with a decoction of tansy or wormwood and yarrow extract. To get rid of the Colorado potato beetle, the bushes are sprayed with sprinkle infusion of celandine. To prevent the appearance of slugs on pepper, small parsley bushes are planted between rows: its astringent aroma repels slugs.
A whitefly is a particularly dangerous pest. If the pest is detected in time, it can be washed off with a sufficient amount of clean water.If the plant is already affected, it is treated with Inta-Vir spraying method. Dosage – 1 tablet in 9-10 liters of pure water.
There is nothing difficult in caring for the Husky variety for gardeners with experience or for beginners.