rainbowgardener wrote:No excessive light doesn't cause yellowing. Over-watering often does. Does the potting mix it is in contain Miracle Gro or something like that? If so you don't need to fertilize again until you put it in the ground or into a bigger pot.
You didn't give us any idea where you are. Unless you are in the Southern Hemisphere, it is very late to be starting a pepper seedling and expect it to produce this year. Some people bring peppers indoors for the winter, but that takes know how and good conditions. I personally never found it worth doing.
Thanks alot for your help, i forgot to mention that i live in dubai and its summer all season, i am keeping it indoors now in the AC because the weather now is exceeding 113F (45 c) i will move them once it is more suitable.
I have used a local water soluble fertilizer that instructs applying fortnightly.
Anyways im a beginner and doing it for fun and gaining experience so i don't expect much production anyways.
Do you think it also might be the clorine from tap water ? Should i used bottled instead ?