The key that makes any crop prosper, or fail, is that the substrate where it is supported has the ideal nutritional values.

In the delicate process of germination, the use of fertilizers increases the chances that a species will produce its fruit

From the beginning of the cycle, and in a very specific way, the fertilizer can now be incorporated. For example, in the case of recently germinated seedlings, they have a subtle requirement for nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) that must be applied in small doses.

As always happens in the world of fertilization, it is necessary to take into account the doses to be applied to each soil, and depending on the species, since an excess of nutrients does not translate into better plant growth.

Furtilizing helps the plant develop in a healthy and vigorous way to reach its adult phase at the appropriate time

It is interesting in this phase to work with starter fertilizers, such as 5-15-3.

With the ultimate goal of optimizing and strengthening the growth of our cereal crop, at Agroferti we recommend the use of liquid nitrogen fertilizers with sulfur, such as Nitro Sulfur N-24+8SO3 or N -26+7SO3both composed of the 3 types of nitrogen: nitric ammoniacal and urea.

In those plots in which no fertilizer has been applied at the time of sowing, it is recommended to provide single-application NPK fertilizers such as Fertisol N 15-5-5 or Fertisol N 18-4-6.

On the other hand, throughout the fertilization process, it must be ensured that the influence of the fertilizer does not harm the crops due to factors such as weather.

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