How to grow peanuts (pegging), Fertilization for eggplant and pepper (fertilizing for the 4th time)

How do you grow a peanut plant, eggplants, and sweet pepper in field cultivation. (Farming practices for peanuts, eggplants, and green peppers.) Peanuts were planted in early June, and it’s been about two months. I’d like to check their growth and see how they’re doing.

How to grow peanuts, Fertilization for eggplant and pepper

The peanut leaves reached the adjacent plot, so I cut half of the mulch in the neighboring plot to expand the peanut cultivation space. (The peanut’s pegs penetrate the soil, so it’s better not to use mulch.)

Peanuts started extending into the adjacent plot
Cut mulch

This is a peanut peg. After blooming above ground, peanuts go underground to develop nuts. It’s amazing how peanuts are such mysterious plants, isn’t it?

Peanut peg
Long extended peanut peg

Fertilizing eggplants and green peppers (eggplant and pepper plant care)

Taking care of eggplants and green peppers. Applying fertilizer. Eggplants and green peppers have passed about 25 days since the last fertilization. This is the fourth time.

Eggplants and green peppers receive the fourth round of fertilization

For fertilizing eggplant, apply 30cc (1 oz) of chicken manure in 2 spots, about 20cm (8 inches) away from the base of the plant.

Fertilizing spots for eggplant

Lift the mulch the fertilizing area, dig a holes about 10cm (4 inches) deep using a trowel, and apply the chicken manure in the holes.

Remove the mulch pins
Lift the mulch
Dig a holes about 10cm (4 inches) deep
Use chicken manure for fertilization
Put chicken manure in the hole

Water the chicken manure and cover it with soil. Place the mulch back.

Water the fertilized chicken manure
Cover the chicken manure with soil
Place the mulch back

The fertilizing process for bell peppers is the same as for eggplants. About 20cm (8 inches) away, place 2 spots, 30cc (1 oz) of chicken manure.

Fertilizing green pepper
Water the chicken manure
Replace the mulch, and the fertilization is complete

Fertilization for both eggplant and green pepper is done, so the tasks for this session are complete.

The tasks are complete

Following is the video for how-to. English subtitles are available.

How to grow peanuts (pegging), Fertilization for eggplant and pepper (fertilizing for the 4th time) – YouTube