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You should still be able to get hot peppers to set when you replant. When night time temps get into the 80s and daytime temps are in the 90s, pollen will become sterile and the flowers will drop off the plants because they don't pollinate.
It happens every year! I've found that if I can just keep the plants healthy until temps cool down a bit towards fall, they'll pick up where they left off and make more peppers. The peppers don't seem to be as big but they're peppers nonetheless. :D:
 
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