Sweet 1 l
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Its use is particularly recommended in case of unfavourable growing conditions and for quality improvement (sugar content and meat firmness). For ornamental plants, it improves the appearance of the plants and the keeping of cut flowers on the counter. Its efficacy can be further enhanced when used in combination with Megafol.
increases sugar content and helps colouring
Improves the colouring and colouring effect
This year's unusually cool spring, with plenty of frosts, has decimated the still flowering orchards and damaged the small crops. In some cases, the frost has had only a yield-reducing effect, allowing the remaining fruit to compensate for some of the loss in size and size of the fruit. The general experience is that where there is a substantial harvest, farmers try to do their best to increase the quantity and quality of the crop.
In the case of apples, calcium deficiencies due to poorer fertility and poorer colouring must be taken into account.
The problem may be exacerbated in the case of varieties sensitive to calcium deficiency (Jonagold, Jonagored, Mutsu, etc.) and plantations on M9 and M26 rootstocks. Repeated applications of Calbit C at a rate of 2.5-3 l/ha, 6-8 times a year, can counteract the extent of the problem.
Calcium treatments (Calbit C) are also needed at the beginning of stone fruit ripening to strengthen the skin structure, making the fruit more resilient, less damaged by hand picking and less loss of juice when cherries are shaken.
A late after-effect of frosts is that it is more difficult to develop the roundness and the covering colour of the apples.
Sweet, containing polysaccharides and complex sugars, can help speed up colouring and ripening. It can be used on eating sour cherries, cherries, plums, peaches and elderberries to bring the ripening of the fruit on the inside and outside of the crown closer together in time. In addition to Plantafol 5.15.45 (2-4 kg/ha), which is potassium-rich, more and more people are choosing Plantafol 0.25.50 to supplement Sweet (2-3 l/ha) applied 8-10 days before harvest, as recent research shows that the addition of phosphorus to potassium results in even more spectacular colouration.
Megafol, which increases the size of the crop, improves photosynthesis and thus increases moisture and nutrient flow.
Plantafol NPK foliar fertilisers, added to Megafol (2 l/ha), provide fast-absorbing nutrients during the cellularisation phase. In the initial phase, a balanced Plantafol 20.20.20 (2-4 kg/ha) is recommended, and after the development of the size typical of the variety, at the beginning of colouring, the potassium content of Plantafol 5.15.45 or Plantafol 0.25.50 (2-4 kg/ha) contributes to the development of the appropriate colour and flavour substances.
At the end of June or beginning of July, bud differentiation starts for the following year. At this time, it is advisable to replenish the tree stocks several times with Boroplus (1 l/ha) and Plantafol 10.54.10 (2-3 kg/ha), a foliar fertiliser with a high boron content and a phosphorus content. In apples, in the absence of magnesium and manganese, a severe defoliation can be expected in the Golden variety. This can be reduced by applying Brexil Multi 2 times (2 kg/ha).
A new addition to Malagrow Ltd's range is DeccoShield, which reduces fruit sunburn by multiple applications of 5-20 l/ha during the growing season.
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