A study at the IPRO-UAEM fields in Xalostoc, Morelos, spring-summer 2011, was conducted with the purpose of evaluating the agronomic response of creole chili using plastic mulch, floating row cover, and fertirrigation. The fertilization dose was 220-100-150 per ha of NPK. Black plastic mulch, (T1), silver plastic mulch (T2), black plastic mulch and floating row cover (CFP), (T3), silver plastic mulch and floating row cover (CFP), (T4) and control (T5) were the treatments evaluated, distributed in a randomized complete block design with five treatments and four replicates. The experimental unit consisted of four rows at the spacing of 1 m x 6 m length (24 m2), 30 cm distance between plants, two plants per shrub. Plant height at 30 and 60 days after transplanting (ddt), stem diameter (dt), number of fruits (nf) and fruit diameter (df) were the variables evaluated. The Tukey test α = 0.5 % was used for means comparison. Analysis of variance for plant height showed no significant statistical differences among treatments at 30 and 60 days after transplanting (ddt). Analysis of variances for stem diameter showed significant statistical differences among treatments at 60 days after transplanting, values ranged from 3.57 to 4.82 cm with an average of 3.91 cm. The variable number of fruits showed significant difference among treatments at 30 days; values ranged from 2.10 to 9.31 cm, with an average of 4.89 cm. Analysis of variance for fruit diameter showed significant differences among treatments; values ranged from 1.30 to 1.57 cm, with an average of 1.39 cm.