Learn how to germinate carolina reaper seeds.
Soil temp. min of 78 degrees. needed.
After years of germinating thousands of hot pepper seeds and other vegetable seeds we have found the right ways vs the wrong ways. However when it comes to germinating carolina reaper seeds and most all seeds there are many right ways to do it and below is our way.
Step 1. Soak seeds in plain water for 24 hours in fridge – after 24 hours seeds that float after rippling the water and they dont sink they are not viable and will not germinate.
Step 2. Prepare your container and soil – make sure it is loamy soil that has proper water drainage and will not ball up if squeezed, when squeezed you want it to fall apart easily.
Step 3. After you find your soil make sure before you plant your pepper seeds the soil is watered properly to have the soil moist not wet though.
Step 4. Now take your container then add your soil make sure to leave a gap from the dirt to the top of the container for watering purposes then make a 1/2 inch deep hole at most to plant your pepper seed in. Once your seed is planted cover the seed with dirt but dont over pack it make sure it is just softly covered then use your water spray bottle to spray the soil with water then it wont disrupt the seeds.