The scheme of foliar application of winter cereals



The scheme of foliar application of winter cereals: Intense

Increasing the grain quality and control of over fungal diseases
Providing additional feeding
Boosting the growth of root system, strengthening the immunity, control of over fungal diseases
Ecoline Phosphite (K) 1.5 l/ha + GROS Health 1 l/ha
Additional feeding
Ecoline Magnesium Chelates 1.5 l/ha + Ecoline Boron Premium 0.5 l/ha OR GROS Phosphite - LNPK 1.5-2 l/ha + GROS Root Growth 1-1.5 l/ha
Providing micronutrients from seeding to absorption from root system and ensuring additional defence against fungal diseases
Before sowing (protrusion) Stairs 2-4 sheets Bobbing (autumn) Bobbing (spring) Exit the handset The appearance of the flag leaf Chattering Maturation Complete rudeness
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Products that are used in the scheme

The scheme of foliar application of winter cereals: Basic

Increasing the grain quality and control of over fungal diseases
Boosting the growth of root system, strengthening the immunity, control of over fungal diseases
Additional feeding
Providing micronutrients from seeding to absorption from root system
Before sowing (protrusion) Stairs 2-4 sheets Bobbing (autumn) Bobbing (spring) Exit the handset The appearance of the flag leaf Chattering Maturation Complete rudeness
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Products that are used in the scheme

The scheme of foliar application of winter cereals: Supportive

Additional feeding
Providing micronutrients from seeding to absorption from root system
Before sowing (protrusion) Stairs 2-4 sheets Bobbing (autumn) Bobbing (spring) Exit the handset The appearance of the flag leaf Chattering Maturation Complete rudeness
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Products that are used in the scheme

Peculiarities of feeding winter corns

According to average data of scientific establishments to for a grain crop yield of 5 tons per ha and the relevant quantity of straw the culture uses 150 kg of nitrogen, 50 kg of phosphorus, 100 kg of potassium, 25 kg of calcium, 20 kg of magnesium, 17.5 kg of sulphur, 1.3 kg of iron, 420 g of manganese, 50 g of copper, and 32 g of zinc. If the crop increases, the consumption of nutrient elements will increase respectively. Taking into account this fact and the agrochemical peculiarities of soil at the particular field, the introduction of fertilizers should be planned meticulously. The consumption of the feeding elements by the wheat plants is uneven throughout the vegetation and the pace of this process differs from one element to another. In the tillering stage the plants "succeed" to consume about 1/4 of the total vegetation quantity of nitrogen, whereas the amount of consumed phosphorus and potassium makes 10%. In the stalk-shooting stage these rate are about 70% for nitrogen, 45% for phosphorus and around 40% for potassium. When the plant starts blooming they consume 100% of nitrogen and potassium and nearly 90% of phosphorus. The knowledge of the mineral feeding allows for the development of a fertilizing system which can accommodate the specific features of the culture to the maximum extent in order to reach high yield of quality crop.