From planting to harvest: 9 weeks
50 plants/ m2
Soil: Well drained, loose soil with no clusters, at least 25 cm (10 in.) deep.
PH: 5.5 to 6.5
Netting: 2 levels
The soil should be at field’s capacity. Apply from 5.0 to 5-5 l/m2/day according to the organoleptic monitoring.
Excessive fertilizer may result in plant overgrowth. Boro deficiencies may cause flower distorsion.
A general fertilization formula can be the following:
N: 80 ppm
P: 40 ppm
K: 160 ppm
Ca: 120 ppm
Mg: 60 ppm
S: 50 ppm
Fe: 2 ppm
Mn: 2.5 ppm
Cu, Zn y B: 0.2 ppm.
Stop fertilization 5 weeks after transplant to avoid excessive growth of the stem.
Harvest when flowers are beginning to unfold their petals . and with two center rings opened. The flower heads are individually entangled and assembled in bunches of 10 stems.
POST HARVEST TREATMENT
Hydrate in an initial Chrysal solution at 0.3 gr/ liter dosis for 4 hours
PESTS & DISEASES