Capsicum/Bell Pepper


  • Feature: Natural bright color
  • Color: Red, green, yellow
  • Style: Fresh
  • Taste: Sweet
  • Weight: 160- 200 gram/pcs
  • Packing: According to custom’s requirements


Product Description

Sometimes it’s spelled “chilli” in the UK and “chile” in the Southwestern US, including with reference to the derived products.
Hot, red chilies are a staple in Vietnamese marinades and other dishes. These include the tiny, exceptionally hot bird’s-eye chilies.
Use whole dried chilies after removing the seeds or use dried flakes.
Chili pepper pods, which are berries, are used fresh or dried. Chilies are dried to preserve them for long periods of time or may also be done by pickling. Dried chilies are often ground into powders, although many Mexican dishes including variations on chiles rellenos use the entire chili.
Dried whole chiles may be reconstituted before grinding to a paste. The chipotle is the smoked, dried.

Additional Information


Advantages: Chilli has so many advantages such as losing weight, enhancing digestion, increasing resistance, preventing cancer and heart disease.
Disadvantages: It can cause gastritis

Plant techniques

Seedlings should be planted 50 cm, with 70 cm between rows. Transplanting is best done early morning or evening, when it is cool.
Trees that have died or been infected should be replaced. Water is applied by pouring it into each planting hole. Water-shoots that grow from below the main branches should be pruned.
Fruit flies can be controlled by using methyl eugenol traps with bait. Pests are controlled by applying the appropriate insecticide.
The first peppers can be harvested 60 to 70 days after transplanting. By this time, they will turn into good red.
The packaging used for transportation must have air ventilation holes. Also, a bag made of mesh can be used. storage facilities must be dry and cool, with good ventilation.

Material sources

Sources: Da Lat, Vietnam
Season of product: Year-around

Main export markets

America, India, Canada, Thailand, Spain, French and so on