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29 minutes ago, KennethT said:

I dont' know about indeterminate chilis, but bell peppers can be either depending on the cultivar. From what I can tell, most greenhouse production use the indeterminate variety- just like in greenhouse tomato production.  The determinate peppers are commonly called "field" peppers.

 

I think that comes from this article. https://www.alberta.ca/guide-to-commercial-greenhouse-sweet-bell-pepper-production.aspx

Note that they don't use any references or mention any specific cultivars in that part of the article.

It's all about management.

Heck, I can get almost any chile to bloom and produce fruit at any time based on management.

7 minutes ago, KennethT said:

I dont' know about indeterminate chilis, but bell peppers can be either depending on the cultivar. From what I can tell, most greenhouse production use the indeterminate variety- just like in greenhouse tomato production.  The determinate peppers are commonly called "field" peppers.

 

I think that comes from this article. https://www.alberta.ca/guide-to-commercial-greenhouse-sweet-bell-pepper-production.aspx

Note that they don't use any references or mention any specific cultivars in that part of the article.

It's all about management.

Heck, I can get almost any chile to bloom and produce fruit at any time based on the management.

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