Pome and stone fruits and berries have specific nutrient requirements, which can be fulfilled with foliar fertilization using Lebosol® products.
When growing strawberries, foliar fertilization has been a key element in the overall nutrition complex for decades.
Specific nutrient requirements for pome fruit. Apples have greater demands than pears when it comes to plant nutrition.
Foliar fertilisation is used both for visible deficiency symptoms (e.g., for manganese, iron, magnesium, etc.) and for latent (invisible) deficiencies.
Even if the soil has an optimum supply of nutrients, it is not always certain that the berry bush will be provided with the major, secondary, and trace elements that it needs.
Even if the soil has an optimum supply of nutrients, it is not always certain that the vine will be provided with the major, secondary, and trace elements that it needs.
One of the deficiency symptoms that appear most often on the leaves of citrus fruits is iron chlorosis. Iron deficiency is evident from the yellowing of the youngest leaves with dark leaf veins.