Questions answered by plant nutrition technologies:
When and which fertilizer should I use? In what quantities and ratios should I apply them to be optimal for growing my crops / plantations? Which plant culture needs what nutrients? Which fertilizer should I apply at which stage of growth and development? Which fertilizers are most readily available to plants? Which fertilizer does the plant absorb the fastest? How to use mineral fertilizers to get the highest yield, the best quality and the most profitable production? How to achieve an optimal supply of nutrients? How to improve soil quality? How and in what quantities to compensate for the nutrients that were taken out of the land by the harvest? How to achieve a healthy, strong, vital crop / plant resistant to pests, diseases, and adverse external conditions through plant nutrition? Take a look at the technology for your crop and find the answers to these questions.
In addition to the quantity per hectare, it is becoming increasingly important to achieve good wheat quality. In order to achieve the quantity and quality of wheat per hectare, we must apply precise fertilization with quality NPK and nitrogen fertilizers.
Corn is the most represented and one of the most important crops, which occupies an important place in every agricultural producer. Maize is required according to N and should be applied up to 200 kg / ha. Nitrogen is important to enter the soil before intensive growth.
Due to unfavorable climatic conditions, primarily the amount and distribution of precipitation, there is a significant reduction in soybean yield. Lack of water is mostly shown through lower availability of phosphorus and other elements, especially during flowering and grain filling.
Sugar beet nutrition
Sugar beet is a crop that has great needs for nutrients. About 150 kg / ha of pure nitrogen is needed for a good yield of sugar beet. One part is applied with basic fertilizers and the other part with nitrogen fertilizers.