Fruiting Black Pepper In A Pot

You can grow your own fruiting black pepper in a pot or some other container. The trick is to marcot the fruiting vines and plant them in a container. The fruiting vines will remain dwarf and will continue fruiting. This was proven in a study many years back at UP Los Banos by the late Salvador Dolar.

There are two types of vine that could be marcotted or rooted. One is the runner, a non-fruiting vine. This will become viny. The other is the fruiting vine. This will remain dwarf.

The Teresa Orchard & Nursery has rooted cuttings of the Paniyur variety from Kerala, India. This produces long fruit spikes.They are available at P100 per three rooted planting materials.
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