The scheme of foliar grape rearing



The scheme of foliar grape rearing: Intense

Accumulation of plastic substances, prevention of fungal diseases
Ecoline Copper Chelate 2-4 л/га OR Ecoline Phosphite (K) 3-4 л/га
Raising the crop and its quality, restraining the development of fungal diseases
Provision of balanced nutrition during the period of harvesting
Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га + GROS Quitcelium 2 л/га
Improvement of mineral nutrition conditions, prevention of manifestation of nutrition elements deficiency
Ecoline Phosphite (K) 1.5-2 л/га + Ecoline Iron Chelate 1 л/га
Swelling of the kidneys 4-5 leaves Budionization Flourishing is the end of flowering Formation of berries - the end of the growth of berries Complete rudeness After picking up the crop
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Products that are used in the scheme

The scheme of foliar grape rearing: Basic

Accumulation of plastic substances, prevention of fungal diseases
Ecoline Copper Chelate 2-4 л/га OR Ecoline Phosphite (K) 3-4 л/га
Increasing the yield and crop quality
For formation of generative organs
Ecoline Boron Premium 1.5 л/га
Improvement of mineral nutrition conditions, prevention of manifestation of nutrition elements deficiency
Ecoline Phosphite (K) 1.5-2 л/га + Ecoline Iron Chelate 1.5 л/га
Swelling of the kidneys 4-5 leaves Budionization Flourishing is the end of flowering Formation of berries - the end of the growth of berries Complete rudeness After picking up the crop
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Products that are used in the scheme

Features of grape rearing

The culture is mainly grown in southern seaside regions of our country, but it can be found in amateur gardens all over the country. The culture is able to use soil reserves of mineral nutrients but reacts positively to fertilizers. Grapes is a classic boron demanding culture and requires sufficient provision of boron throughout the vegetation period both before blooming and in the period of forming and ripening of berries as the sugar content is the chief indicator of quality in table and industrial varieties of grapes.  Quite often the vineyards are grown on carbonate soils where due to antagonism of calcium and boron in soil the provision of the latter is blocked. The best solution is to give foliar feeding with boron in uptake form through leaves.

The other group of problems when growing grapes involves foliar and fruit diseases, the prophylaxis of which requires fertilizers with content of copper and phosphorus in phosphite form. The feeding is done in several turns during vegetation. In post-harvest period it is recommended to administer copper chelates and phosphite fertilizers in 3-4 l per ha if there is a period of 3-4 weeks before the leaves fall.