Strawberry Frozen Feeding Scheme



Strawberry Frozen Feeding Scheme: Normal

Prevention of diseases in the next season
Providing the necessary macro and microelements. Improvement of quality. Provides improved product transportability
Adjustment of pollination / blossoming processes. Improving product quality
Breaking the kidneys After flowering After the first harvest After the second wave of flowering After picking up the crop
[0 - 10] [10 - 20] [20 - 30] [40 - 50] [60 - 99]

Products that are used in the scheme

Strawberry Frozen Feeding Scheme: Repairs

Prevention of diseases in the next season
Increasing the yield and crop quality
Preparation of plants for the next flowering and fruiting
Providing the necessary macro and microelements. Improvement of quality. Provides improved product transportability
Adjustment of pollination / blossoming processes. Fungicidal action. Improving product quality
Breaking the kidneys After flowering After the first harvest After the second wave of flowering After picking up the crop
[0 - 10] [10 - 20] [20 - 30] [40 - 50] [60 - 99]

Products that are used in the scheme

Culture is characterized by a high level of assimilation of mineral nutrition elements. It withstands a moderate acid reaction of the soil (pH 4,6 - 5,0). The bulk of the root system (more than 80%) is placed in the upper 0 - 20 layer of soil, because of which the culture perfectly grows and bear fruits in special ridges, film sleeves and containers in both open and closed soil. Lack of individual nutrients during the growing season can adversely affect the size of the crop, the appearance of the product and the quality of the berries. Considering the need to take protective measures against pests and diseases, the manifestation of mineral nutrition elements deficiency can be easily eliminated through foliar feeding. It is especially important to provide plants with boron, because its lack is manifested in the fruit, when the situation is no longer possible to improve.