Green chillies thrive in full sunlight, so ensure they receive at least 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.


Optimal temperatures range between 20°C to 30°C during the day and 15°C to 20°C at night, providing a comfortable environment for both plant and human interactions.

3.Soil Quality:

3.Soil Quality:

Well-drained, fertile soil with good organic content promotes healthy root development and overall plant growth.


Maintain consistent moisture levels in the soil without overwatering, as chilli plants are susceptible to root rot. A human-friendly watering schedule helps prevent water wastage and promotes sustainability.


Green chillies prefer moderate humidity levels, typically around 50-60%. Avoid excessively dry or humid conditions, which may stress the plants and impact yield.


Adequate spacing between plants allows for better air circulation, reducing the risk of diseases and promoting a healthier growing environment.

7.Nutrient Supply:

Regular fertilization with organic or balanced fertilizers ensures steady growth and abundant fruit production, contributing to a sustainable cultivation process.

8.Pest and Disease Management:

Employ natural pest control methods such as neem oil or companion planting to deter pests while minimizing the use of harmful chemicals, creating a safer environment for both humans and beneficial insects.