Challenging the Low Survival Rate of Transplantation
In order to introduce growers to a crop nutrition program that improves the survival rate of winter strawberry after transplanting, and to help farmers grow better strawberries, the RLF Sales Manager in Hunan Province paid a visit to growers on the strawberry base.
Details of the Experimental Demonstration
|Test Duration||August 2017 to September 2017|
|Test Location||Near the Institute of Subtropical Ecology, Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
|Area||0.4mu (0.03 hectare)|
|Typical Problems for the
|After transplanting the slow growth of white root may occur with a weak ability to absorb water and nutrients due to the influence of factors such as soil condition and temperature. It is important to promote strong, quick root growth after transplantin|
|The Product Used and
11th August 2017
Foliar spray with RLF Fruits & Veggies Plus Ultra Foliar in accordance with
23rd August 2017
31st August 2017
5th September 2017
14th September 2017
Photographic Record of the Demonstration Strawberry Crop
dark green leaves, have no obvious necrotic spots and overall present as sturdy plants.
About the Products used in the Crop Nutrition Program
China’s strawberry planting area has exceeded 2 million Mu (133,333 hectares), with a total output of more than 2 million tonnes, (2,000,000,000 kg) and accounts for one-third of the world’s total output. The national strawberry planting area is therefore a crucial part of this fruit’s market as the frozen strawberry production and export also rank first in the world for China.
The RLF crop nutrition program as trialled, therefore adds much value to these broader market outcomes as well as the financial outcomes for the growers.