Growing worldwide in heated, non-heated greenhouses and even in the open field. Recommendation in greenhouse crops is to plant 2,5 plants per m², pruning to 4 stems per plant. In the beginning, pruning the side shoots on the first internode will support the plant growth.
It is important not to remove the first flowers, but allow them to set to fruits. This will affect the plant generatively and the sooner the plant is loaded with fruits, the faster the plant will be in balance. A balanced plant can easily support long lateral side shoots with over 5 fruits per shoot. The Eminent baby point pepper varieties have the potential to give a very high production.