The aim of Daymsa’s nutritional programme for peaches is to obtain well-balanced trees, which means increasing production and the quality of the fruits.
The peach tree’s activity begins with the reserves it has built up in the course of the previous year. The beginning of the root system’s activity corresponds to the start of growth. At this stage it is essential to provide biostimulants and soil enhancers, in order to encourage root development. The aminoacids stimulate the tree in stress situations: drought, frost, phytotoxicity, accelerated growth, etc.
Iron deficiencies are very common in peach trees, and these must be corrected through the soil. These deficiencies may result in iron chlorosis, a physiopathy which takes the form of yellowing leaves, causing significant financial losses.
As soon as the stone begins to harden fertilization with potassium is important in order to obtain peaches of a good size, colour and sugar content. Finally, we should emphasise that supplying nutrients in the post-harvesting phase is very important in order to prepare the tree for the following year.