Apply 1000 kg compost, peanut cake and bone meal each 90 kg to each d.c. as basal dressing.
Apply 15g of organic fertiliser (N:P:K=4:3:3) to each plant as top dressing 2 weeks after transplanting. After that, apply fertiliser once every 2 weeks until the first pepper appears. Apply 15 g of organic fertiliser (N:P:K=9:3:7) every 2 weeks to each plant during the fruiting stage until the plant stops growing. Spray a suitable amount of liquid fertiliser to the leaves during the growth period may enhance plant and fruit growth.
Maintain appropriate water supply throughout the growth period. The soil should not be too wet or too dry.
Provision of greenhouse and netting can protect the sweet pepper from the attack of pests.
(1 d.c.= 674 square metres or 7,260 square feet)