May 24, 2022
Chilli is an important vegetable crop in India that is widely grown for its spicy and pungent qualities. It is grown all over India, although the majority of it is produced in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Maharashtra, and Orissa. Because the nutritional capacity of the soil in India varies, the crop will inevitably show nutrient deficiencies when it is cultivated. To avoid economic loss, it is critical for a grower to recognise, analyse, and comprehend the symptoms and take corrective action. This blog provides a clear picture of major nutrient deficiency symptoms of the chilli crops and their maintenance.