The aim of Daymsa’s nutritional programme for pear trees is to obtain balanced trees, which leads to increased production and improvements in the quality of the pears.
The tree begins its activity using the reserves it has built up in the course of the previous year. Incorporating biostimulants and soil improvers minimizes the stress caused by transplanting, and encourages root development and nutrient absorption.
The right microelements avoid possible nutritional deficiencies which may reduce production. Before flowering boron improves fruit setting, minimizing vegetative centres; iron prevents iron chlorosis, a physiopathy which is very common in pear trees, taking the form of yellowing of the leaves, leading to significant financial losses.
During flowering a biostimulant with cytokineticic action stimulates cell division, improving the size of the fruits. At the end of the cycle, applying potassium fertilizer to the leaves ensures high yields and good visual and organoleptic quality of the pears.