There are several factors which play a part in keeping the quality of cut flowers at a high level: (1) the grower (2) moisture balance. (3) nutrient balance (4) temperature, (5) humidity, (6) ethylene, and (7) microbial activity. While at … Continued
Providing dahlias with low to moderate fertility ranging 100 to 200 ppm N and maintaining a substrate pH of 5.8 to 6.2 will prevent most nutritional disorders.
As with many greenhouse practices, nutrient management is not just about choosing the right fertilizer: it’s about reviewing all the practices that may directly or indirectly affect nutrient management.
The RADS program had a strong technology focus and information generated aimed to: • Identify and test component tools and technology that improve water management strategies. • Assess the effect of precision irrigation on crop response and system performance. • Introduce … Continued