Pepper trees are considered an industrial crop grown in many places in the Central Highlands and Southeast regions. At the same time, pepper is also a valuable medicinal plant in Oriental medicine. The plant has a vine shape, long, smooth stem without hair, clinging to other plants with roots. The stem grows in coils and bears alternate leaves. The leaves are like betel leaves, but longer and more oblong. The tree is very brittle. If you are not careful when transporting it, the tree may die. The fruit has a single seed.
Black pepper harvest time plays a significant role in determining the quality of pepper. That’s why people must pay close attention to these steps. To avoid the situation where you put in effort all season but get nothing.
Harvesting time and method for high yield
After flowering and fruiting, black pepper usually takes 8-10 months to ripen. Depending on different weather conditions, times may vary. Normally, pepper grown in the Central Highlands and Southeast regions will be harvested in February or March. Almost the same as the cashew season.