Daymsa’s nutritional programme aims to obtain balanced trees, thus increasing rose production and quality.
The rose bush begins its activity using the reserves it has built up in the course of the previous year. During this phase we will incorporate biostimulants and soil improvers in order to promote rooting in this way, thus speeding up the initial development of the crop.
The rose is a crop which is very sensitive to iron deficiency, and this must be corrected via the soil. This deficit leads to 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.
Supplying aminoacids helps the plant to overcome stress situations (water, extreme temperatures, phytotoxicity, etc.).