I've searched the group for other posts regarding the Red Beak Chilli (Biquinho Chilli) but can't find results. I hope you can help.
I have these Biquinho Chilli that I sowed in May. One of the plants are heavy with flower buds, but despite my hand pollination, they are all dropping.
It's been a month or so and I've tried watering frequently, but also only watering when dry. I'm giving tomato feed every week and I recently bough a biostimuland with calcium and other minerals.
I reduced the light to 10h a day and moved the light higher. I've applied cooper solution (that's the white stains you might see) cause I was considering a fungal disease.
But still, flowers dropping and the leaves are hooked (clawed) and bumped. New growth is pale green and the leaves are curling.
I've inspected the plants with a 10x hand lens and I can't see mites. Could this be an infestation of microscopic mite and not an environmental / nutritional thing?
I live in Ireland, County Mayo, and my attic garden's temperate ranges from 15 to 19°C. Humidity of 60 ~ 80, up to 90 and above (its Ireland, after all). I'm using a Sonoff meter to measure temp and humidity.
Flow ring plants are under a 30W blue/red grow light. Others on vegetative state are under a 30W, 6500k, grow light.
Thanks in advance folks.