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All-round benefits in automated fertigation for Goodwood avocadoes | April 2013

"The solubility of the Haifa fertilizers has been excellent and the job of applying fertilizers is now so much easier", says Queensland avocado grower Laurie McCloskey

 

Faster fruit-fill, improved production & quality with "Rolls Royce" fertilizer | April 2013

"Previously we were applying 16 tonnes of fertiliser over 30ha, whereas we are now applying only 1200kgs with Banana One-Shot", says banana grower Parv Dhother

Working closely with industry to deliver results & benefits for growers | May 2013

Read about the latest activities of Haifa Australia: the official launch of the new "Banana One-Shot" fertilizer, insights from the "fertigation of greenhouse crops" seminar in the Netherlands and more

New low sodium, chloride fertilizers on their way | May 2014

Old Childers avocado orchard on track to former glory days; growers fine-tuning fertilizer programs to improve operations and more

 

Need more information about growing avocados? You can always return to the avocado tree fertilizer .

IFAS Standardized Fertilization Recommendations for Vegetable Crops | George J. Hochmuth and Edward A. Hanlon

This publication presents in abbreviated form the fertilization recommendations for vegetable crops based on soil tests performed by the IFAS Extension Soil Testing Laboratory (ESTL). It contains the basic information from which ESTL soil-test reports and fertilization recommendations are generated.

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.

Effects of fertigation regime on blossom end rot of vegetable fruits | Asher Bar-Tal and Benny Aloni

The relationships between blossom end rot (BER) of vegetable fruits and fertigation regimes are reviewed. Many fruit disorders are affected by nutrient deficiencies or unbalanced nutrition: BER, gold specks, green back, blotchy ripening, color spots, malformation, hollowness and fruit cracking.

Managing micronutrients in the greenhouse | Douglas A. Bailey and Paul V. Nelson

Proper plant nutrition is essential for successful greenhouse production of floricultural crops. As growers move towards substrates that do not contain mineral soil, micronutrient status of substrates and plants becomes more important.

Effect of fertigation strategy on nitrate availability and nitrate leaching under micro-irrigation | Blaine Hanson, Jan Hopmans and Jirka Simunek

Micro-irrigation has the potential of precisely applying water and fertilizer both in location and in quantity. Fertigation is the process of applying fertilizers through the irrigation water. However, under micro-irrigation, soil water content, root distribution, and solute concentration vary spatially around the drip line.

Potassium Nutrition of cotton | K. Raja Reddy, Harry F. Hodges and Jac Varco

Knowledge of potassium (K) requirements for cotton growth and development is needed for efficient production. Fertilization of cotton with K is a complex issue, because soils vary widely in terms of K-supplying capacity and K fertilizer adsorption.

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