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Wheat

Wheat: Nutrient deficiencies

Wheat: Macro nutrients - K (potassium)

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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

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  

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

Nurseries

‘Optimal plant growth while enjoying huge savings’ Malmesbury, Western Cape, South Africa  

Greenhouses/Open field

Fertilization of cucumber in various growing methods Either grown in open field, greenhouse or tunnel, Haifa's fertilizers supply all the required nutrients in order to improve yield and marketabilitz   1. Open-field

 

Plant density of 30,000 – 40,000 / ha. Expected yield of 25 – 35 Ton / ha

I. Pre-plant Application

FoliMatch™: foliar feeding expert mobile application

FoliMatch™ is designed to provide worldwide growers a handy tool to optimize foliar nutrition.

Based on methodological data at the user’s location, together with on-location parameters, growers are able to have an accurate recommendation and precise calculations needed for properly applying  foliar spray.

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