Daymsa’s nutritional programme aims to obtain balanced trees, which leads to increased platerine production and better visual and organoleptic qualities.
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, encouraging root development and nutrient absorption. This results in very strong, well-developed trees, capable of supporting the crop.
Iron deficiencies are very common in platerines, and must be corrected via the soil. This way we avoid the appearance of iron chlorosis, a physiopathy which is very common in this type of crop. It takes the form of yellowing of the leaves, resulting in significant financial losses.
Aminoacids stimulate the tree when faced with stress situations (water, extreme temperatures, phytotoxicity, etc.).
As soon as the stone begins to harden applying a potassium-based fertilizer to the leaves is important in order to obtain fruit 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.