Broccoli

Broccoli can be grown on a wide variety of soils but it does best on a well-drained, loam soil, rich with organic matter. Sandy loams are preferred for early crops. Adjust soil pH to 6.5-6.8 to maximize yields. pH over 6.8 is preferable where club-root disease prevails. Broccoli is a heavy potassium feeder. It requires almost double the amount of potassium vs nitrogen. Broccoli plants are sensitive to soil compaction that reduces oxygen availability to the roots, and limits water penetration. Raised planting-beds are a good solution, because they improve soil drainage, and allow access to the crop without causing soil compaction. Broccoli requires cool weather, but temperatures below 40C will cause chilling injury, and initiate too early flower development.

Agroleaf Power Calcium

Agroleaf Power Calcium prevents and corrects situations of calcium deficiencies. Instances like these are: excess evaporation and calcium sensitive crops such as lettuce, cabbage and fruits.

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Agroleaf Power Magnesium

Agroleaf Power Magnesium contains NPK, MgO and SO3. It cures and prevents magnesium deficiencies found in soils like: acidic, light and sand. It also increases photosynthesis and chlorophyll creation. It is great to use for crop recovery, stress relief and cell stretching.

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