Pink, Red, Antique Rose, White, Pure White, Cherry, Yellow, Lavender, Blue, Grape & Apricot
Ad White, Ad Red, Alto Red, Alto Light Pink, Cedo Apricot and Cedo White
From planting to harvest: 11 weeks.
Soil: Well surfaced, loose soil with no clusters; at least 25 cm (10 in.) deep.
pH: 5.5 to 6.5.
Netting: 2–3 levels.
At week 8-9, pinch the apical flower bud once well defined (to form the spray). Must be carefull to not remove the side shoots during this work, as it can affect the formation of the spray. This work should be verified in the following week to ensure that all the stems were pinched.
After transplanting, irrigate with overhead irrigation and one week after transplanting, switch to drip irrigation with 4 to 5 L / day / m2. If necessary, overhead irrigation reinforcements can be carried out according to organoleptic sampling and atmospheric conditions. Avoid excess water. Soil saturation conditions can promote diseases such as damping off, botrytis, sclerotinia.
Begin fertilization one week after transplanting and continue fertilizing until the end of the crop time.
A general fertilization formula can be the following:
N: 120 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.
Optional. Spray if flower height needs improvement. Up to 3 applications can be done with 150 ppm each at weeks 3, 5 and 7 after planting.
Harvest when stems have 3-5 opened flowers or depending on the client’s needs.
POST HARVEST TREATMENT
Hydrate in AVB solution (0.5 cm3 / Lt of Water) and AVB Booster (1 cm3 / Lt) for 4 hours. Subsequently hydrate in Chrysal Professional 2 at a dose of 10 cm3 / Lt for 4 hours.
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