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Fraises

Guide des cultures de fraises - pour une meilleure utilisation de votre engrais à la fraise

Haifa fertilizer for strawberryConnaître les besoins nutritionnels exacts de votre fraisier peut vous aider à atteindre une meilleure croissance et des rendements plus élevés. Notre guide de culture détaillé couvre tous les domaines de connaissances dont a besoin un producteur de fraises: y compris une description du fraisier, les conditions optimales et les pratiques de croissance, ainsi que les programmes de nutrition et les recommandations concernant les engrais.
 
Vous trouverez ci-dessous un exemple d’information sur les fraises dans ce guide:
  • Strawberries prefer slightly acidic soils with a pH of between 5.5 and 6.5. 
  • Strawberry plants are extremely sensitive to salinity, especially at the transplant stage.
  • Since the strawberry plants are shallow rooted, permanent moisture is necessary to maximize production. .
  • As strawberries grow they will produce runners that will spread out and root to produce additional plants. Position the first runners with approximately 15 cm (6 inches) spacing between them.
  • Only allow a few runners per plant, then remove additional runners to promote crown growth.
  • Potassium is required by strawberry plants to help them acquire water through the roots and control water loss by transpiration.
  • Potassium may compete with magnesium for uptake by the roots and must, therefore, be maintained at an appropriate ratio (4:1, K:Mg) in the soil solution to prevent one of these nutrients from overriding the other, thereby creating a deficiency.
Haifa Group strawberry crop guide for fertilizer program
 
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