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Growing Capsicum, also Bell peppers, Sweet peppers

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09 Jan 17 (Australia - temperate climate)
How do you know when to pick capsicum?
16 Jan 17 John (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Pick them to eat when they are big enough! if you want an early feed. They are great stuffed and roasted when they are small. Green 'bell' capsicums will continue to mature and become yellow, orange or red. Longer capsicums will normally change to a bright yellow or red. It's mostly a personal thing. Trust this helps.
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