PLANT : Semi Erect, Medium Vigorous.
FRUIT : Blocky And Firm. Fruit Weight 100 – 125 G , Turns Green To Attractive Red Colour
DURATION : Coloured Fruits Harvesting Starts In About 86-88 Days From Planting
REMARKS : Blocky, Excellent Yielder, Good Sized Fruits. Suitable Under Protective Cultivation
Capsicum, also known as Bell Pepper or even Simla Mirch, is a vegetable belonging to the Nightshade family of plants that also includes tomatoes, potatoes, and brinjals. Red capsicum or bell pepper is basically the completely ripened and mature form of green capsicum. They are the sweetest of all bell peppers and have a mild and a fruity-tangy taste. An excellent source of antioxidants specially carotenoids, red bell peppers have twice the amount of Vitamin C than the green capsicum.. This quality helps with giving a solid boost to the immune system while preventing the risk of Type 2 diabetes and cadiovascular diseases.
Also rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin B, minerals like manganese, and other anti-inflammatory nutrients they possess potential anti-cancer benefits. Those looking to manage weight should include this in their diet without second thoughts.
Red capsicum can be consumed in a variety of ways. It can be had anytime during the day for any meal in grilled, roasted, steamed, sauteed, or stuffed form. It can also be included in salads, soups, and burritos to make them look more colorful and taste even better.