Daymsa’s nutritional programme for rye aims to obtain orderly growth of the crop, which means increasing rye production and quality.
Incorporating biostimulants and soil improvers right from the outset improves root development and nutrient absorption. In stress situations (water, frost, phytotoxicity, etc.) applying aminoacids will stimulate the crop, activating its development.
Rye is a crop which is sensitive to zinc deficiency, and this must be corrected by applying this mineral to the leaves. Its deficit is shown by the appearance of a white mark between the central rib and the edge of the leaf, and leads to reduced output and, therefore, lower financial profits.
Applying a nitrogenated product to the leaves will complement the nitrogenated fertilization applied to the soil, encouraging the crop to grow continuously. Finally, applying potassium fertilization before the grain has formed improves the way in which it fills.