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Wheat Crop

Multicote agri reduced N application rate in Wheat

37.5% reduction in N application resulted in a slight and insignificant reduction in total yield, protein content and net income

 

 

Crop/cultivar

Wheat / Galil

Poly-Feed increased wheat yield in Brazil

By spraying Poly-Feed 19-19-19+ME, the wheat gave higher yield, and as a result raised the revenue

 

 

Crop

Wheat

Foliar nutrition increased wheat yield in Argentina

Four foliar treatments of Multi-K and Poly-Feed resulted in 13% increase in yield

 

 

Crop/cultivar

Wheat

Foliar feeding of wheat & barley provides better yield

Find out the recommended time and frequency of foliar spray applications, in order to grow better yield

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CoteN™ Mix to increase wheat yield by +20%

The winter season of 2016-2017 was quite dry in Spain. A trial that that was conducted by Haifa Iberia compared different fertilization treatments in winter wheat. The comparison was between fertilization with:

Wheat: Nutrient deficiencies

Wheat: Macro nutrients - K (potassium)

Haifa Solution:

 

Wheat: Macro nutrients - Mg (magnesium)

CoteN™ Mix to increase wheat yield by +20%

The winter season of 2016-2017 was quite dry in Spain. A trial that that was conducted by Haifa Iberia compared different fertilization treatments in winter wheat. The comparison was between fertilization with:

1.        Conventional granular fertilizer

2.        Chicken manure

3.        Haifa CoteN™ CRF

Trial setup

FoliMatch™: Foliar nutrition program

Introducing the new FoliMatch™ Application, a personal assistant for foliar spraying in 3 steps. 
FoliMatch™ app generates accurate fertilization recommendations based on location parameters, and considering specific phenology stages of the crop. 
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