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Vegetables

Fertigation in micro-irrigated horticultural crops: vegetables | Salvadore J. Locascio

Fertigation is the application of soluble nutrients via the irrigation water; its use in vegetable production has increased with the introduction of polyethylene mulch and drip irrigation, and it is an efficient means to apply fertilizer to the root zone.

Fertigation-chemigation in protected agriculture

Fertigation-Chemigation are regular and widely accepted practices for fertilization and plant protection under protected agriculture. With fertigation, the nutrients in the form og soluble fertilizers anticipated to most crops needs according to their stage of development, are applied with the irrigation water.

Fertigation recipes for selected crops in the Mediterranean region

Abstract: Fertigation increases efficient use of water and fertilizers, produces higher yields, improves quality of the production and protects environment. To ensure uniform distribution of water and fertilizers, the irrigation system must be properly designed and operated.

Grow healthy cucumbers in Israel – and save money

Cucumber downy mildew: It was found that by using Haifa's products, the pesticide expenses were reduced considerably

 

How to improve cucumber marketability in china

Compared to a local potassic fertilizer, Multi-K proved superiority by improving frost hardiness and marketability

 

Crop/cultivar

Tomato: Nutrient deficiency

Tomato  Nutrient deficiencies

Tomato: Macro nutrients - N (nitrogen)

Strawberry

Strawberry: Nutrient deficiencies Strawberry: Micro nutrients - Fe (iron)

 

Haifa Solution:

 

Potato

Potato: Nutrient Deficiencies  

Pepper

Pepper: Nutrient deficiencies  

Páginas

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