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Poly-Feed™ Nutrition Program for Tomato Greenhouse Soil

Tomato growth stages
Tomato Greenhouse Soil, Target Yield = 160 MT/Ha Foliar application

Poly-Feed™ Nutrition Program for Tomato Open Field

Poly-Feed™ is a range of fully water-soluble NPK fertilizers, designed to provide complete plant nutrition throughout the growth season.

Recomandări cu privire la fertilizările standardizate IFAS pentru culturile de legume

Această publicație prezintă în formă prescurtată recomandările de fertilizare pentru culturile de legume pe baza testelor de sol efectuate de laboratorul de testare a solului extins IFAS (ESTL).

Fertigation of tomato crop in India

Combined application of Multi-K and Urea via fertigation


Crop Guide: Tomato Cultivation

Index:  Appendix III: Haifa Specialty Fertilizers Appendix IV: Conversion tables   1. Appendix III: Haifa Specialty Fertilizers Nutrigation™ (Fertigation)

Crop Guide: Tomato Cultivation

Balanced irrigation & fertilization regime ensures optimal nutrition throughout the growth season.

Application of top-quality water-soluble fertilizers through the irrigation system is the optimal method for providing balanced plant nutrition throughout the growth season.

A balanced Nutrigation™ regime ensures that essential nutrients are placed precisely at the site of intensive root activity, and are available in exactly the right quantity when plants need

Crop Guide: How to Grow Tomato & Growing Tomato

Soil or soilless, protected crop (greenhouse or high plastic tunnel) or open field.

Crop Guide: Tomato

Tomato cultivars may be classified into three groups by their growth patterns, which are recognized by the arrangement and the frequency of leaves and the inflorescence on the stem.


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.