The aim of Daymsa’s nutritional programme for quince is to obtain a balanced trees, which means increasing quince production and quality.
The quince’s first activity begins with the reserves it has built up in the course of the previous year. Incorporating biostimulants and soil enhancers into the initial growing phase stimulates root development and nutrient absorption, encouraging the tree’s growth.
Supplying the right microelements avoids any possible nutritional deficiencies which reduce production. Applying boron during flowering improves setting, minimizing vegetative centres. Iron prevents iron chlorosis, a very common physiopathy in this type of crop. It makes the quince leaves turn yellow , significantly reducing production.
A biostimulant with cytokinic action stimulates cell division, increasing the size of the fruit. Finally, fertilization by applying potassium to the leaves improves the final quality of the quinces.