Apples grow on temperate climates and their buds need cold periods to open. During winter the plant can withstand temperatures down to -10 °C, but once it blooms flowers cannot tolerate frost. Optimal soil pH for an apple plantation is between 6.0 and 6.5. Where soil and subsoil are naturally acid, it is recommended that they are slightly limed prior to planting. Good soil drainage is of primary importance, due to obligatory aeration of the tree's roots. Apple requires a large amount of potassium, since it is removed by the fruit at a 3-fold higher rate than nitrogen. Best apple mineral nutrition regime includes the use of fertigation with fully-soluble fertilizers and foliar feeding.

Solinure GT 7


Solinure GT 7 is great to use in greenhouses and tunnel systems. It is ideal to use for vegetative stages of crop growth. It is low in urea and covers the plant’s nutritional requirements.

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Nova Ferti-K


Nova Ferti-K 0-0-61 is the ideal product for Chloride tolerant crops. It is the richest Potassium fertilizer though the least expensive one.

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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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Agroblen 20-10-10+4MgO | 5-6M


Agroblen 20-10-10+4MgO is a partially coated NPK controlled release fertilizer designed for medium to long-term crops. It has enough nutrients to feed the plant throughout its 5 – 6 month crop cycle. This continuous supply of nutrients creates a fantastic uniform crop growth.

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