Peppers add spice to our cooking. The sweet bell peppers all start out green and mature to different colors. (When sweet peppers are red and yellow, they have more nutrients than when they were green as they are mature forms of the fruit.) And the capsaicin (the compound that makes peppers hot) is concentrated in the veins of the fruit.
Approximately 72,000 seeds per lb. 1/8 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 2 lb. per acre.