My problem is when my peppers get ripe and turn red they look so beautiful but when I pick them they have worms in them and some of them they go rotten and fall. If I pick them when they are still green they are not tos bad, but I would like them better when they are red. Could you tell me how I can stop them from getting worms?
I think your peppers have European corn borers. They are the caterpillars of the corn borer moth, that eat holes in the pods and then have a feast on the inside. First, make sure your garden is clean of trash and debris, where they overwinter. To kill the caterpillars before they get into the pods, sprinkle the pods with Sevin dust. Note that this is an inorganic method of pest control.