Citrus crop guide – the best way to use your citrus fertilizer

OrangeCitrus growers will find in our crop guide all the necessary knowledge needed to provide optimal plant nutrition. With this knowledge on your side, you can get the most out of your citrus fertilizer. This citrus guide contains extensive information, from general data on growing condition and varieties, to more practical and handy knowledge.
Here is a small sample of some of the useful information contained in the guide:
  • Intensive citrus cultivation requires the use of fertilizers, close monitoring and control of pests, diseases and weeds, effective irrigation and control of tree size.
  • Citrus can be grown on a wide variety of soils, from sand to loam and clay. Both acidic and alkaline soils are acceptable.
  • Citrus trees have shallow root systems. It is important to aim irrigation at the effective root zone, minimizing the amount of water leacHaifa Bonus for citrus foliar feedinghing past. For citrus, the effective root zone is usually in the top 30 to 40 cm, depending on the soil type.
  • Nitrogen is one of the primary nutrients absorbed by citrus roots, preferably in form of nitrate (NO3-) anion. This nutrient is equally essential for good cell division, growth and respiration.
  • Multi-K™ potassium nitrate fertilizer in prilled form can be applied manually or by fertilizer spreader, a source of nitrogen in nitrate (NO3-) form and chlorine free potassium. Prevents salinity injuries and is quickly up-taken by tree roots.
  • Haifa Bonus™ foliar fertilizer affects the external and internal fruit quality: increases size and weight, prevents creasing and splitting, improves soluble solids and vitamin C content. In addition, this fertilizer corrects plant nutrient deficiencies quickly and effectively.