The aim of Daymsa’s nutritional programme for the olive tree is to obtain well-nourished and well-balanced trees, which means increasing the production of olives as well as oil.
As soon as pruning is completed, we need to cover the cuts with a cicatrizant, which protects the olive tree, preventing any pathogenic agents from infecting it.
The olive tree’s ‘s first activity begins with the reserves it has built up in the course of the previous year. Incorporating biostimulants and soil improvers reduces the stress caused by transplanting, and stimulates root development and nutrient absorption.
Prior to flowering, supplying boron encourages the olives to set, minimizing vegetative centres; aminoacids stimulate the tree helping it to tolerate stress situations. In order to improve the effectiveness of leaf treatments it is advisable to apply them together with a wetting agent, which increases the retention and persistence of the products supplying the treatment.