ORGANIC FERTILIZER FOR STRAWBERRIES
Organic fertilizer for strawberries is a high-quality granular fertilizer intended for fertilizing strawberries, wild strawberries, currants and raspberries. Systematic use of this fertilizer ensures healthy and tasty fruit. Thanks to ingredients such as: nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium, many nutrients and vitamins are synthesized in the fruit. Properly nourished plants are more resistant to diseases, and also better withstand difficult conditions: drought and low temperatures.
- fertilizer for feeding strawberries and wild strawberries
- it can also be used to feed currants and raspberries
- improves the soil structure due to the high content of organic matter
- nitrogen (N) – 6%
- phosphorus (P2O5) – 5%
- potassium (K2O) – 10%
- magnesium (MgO) – 4%
Strawberry fertilizer improves the physical and biological properties of the soil thanks to the introduced organic matter. It creates the right conditions for the growth and development of plants, thanks to which we obtain high fruit yields. The use of organic fertilizers ensures an appropriate level of nutrients in the soil and enriches the structure of the substrate. The fertilizer is ideal for soil preparation before sowing and planting.
Use the fertilizer from March to the end of September. The ingredients of the fertilizer last up to 3 months after application. Spread the fertilizer evenly around the plants and mix it with the top layer of soil if possible. Use at a temperature of 12 -15˚C. Depending on the time of fertilization, adjust the following doses:
during the growing season – use 150 g of fertilizer for each 1 m2 of substrate, every 3 months
preparation for cultivation of previously unfertilized substrate – use 3-5 kg per 1 m3 of substrate
Available packages: 1 kg and 1.5 kg
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