Chili is a widely grown vegetable and spice. Pepper grows well in a variety of climes and sandy loam soils. During the summer, peppers are grown in hilly locations, while during the winter, they are grown in the Terai region. Although Akbari Khursani is grown in practically every section of Nepal, it is particularly popular in Nepal’s highland districts.
Ilam, Terhathum, Dhankuta, Sankhuwasabha, and Bhojpur are among the eastern highland districts of Nepal where it is abundant. Peppers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Dalle, Akbare, Jyanmara, Jire, and others are bitter, whereas Akbare Khursani is pleasant and famous.
Only the Mongols are said to have used Akbare or Range Khursani in the past. Now, however, everyone is eating. Akbari Khursani is also used as a treatment for ulcers and gastritis. When creating spicy pickles, Akbari Khursani comes in handy.
When Akbar ate regularly, he was claimed to be free of hunger, appetite, and even exhaustion. Cooked chiles should be dipped in gently dried mustard oil, cooked edible salt, or vinegar and securely applied.
In general, the climate is favorable for activities such as gardening. Even yet, it may be grown easily anywhere from the high mountains to the Terai’s torrid environment. The daytime temperature is normally 22-25 degrees Celsius for this. Temperatures at night are around 15-20 degrees Celsius. Is ok.
More or less can, however, be created. It is, however, extremely difficult to create in regions where the water is frozen and the humidity is high.
Generally, all types of soils are suitable, but light loam and some loamy soils with good drainage are suitable. Adequate organic manure should be mixed in the soil and the pH of the soil should be 6-7. Sloping and new sloping soils are considered suitable for Akbari cultivation.