Solanaceae in the greenhouse: strategies for lush and productive growth

In the greenhouse cultivation of Solanaceae, they are flower antlers support the future spawning from tomatoes, peppers AND eggplant.

This is necessary to obtain a high number of fruits per plant and increase production performance plan fertilizing interventions aimed at the development of antlers.

In this article, we will explore best practices and essential nutritional interventions to ensure this development stages robust, uniform and productive in greenhouse-grown Solanaceae.

Learn about solanaceous plants

Solanaceae is a family of plants that includes a wide variety of cultivated species, including tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and potatoes.

These plants require a specific nutritional intake develop and produce healthy fruit.

PUSH fertility Soil and nutrient management is key to ensuring vigorous growth and maximum yield.

Basics of nutrition

First step for one effective fertilization is to lead asoil analysisthis allows us to evaluate Chemical composition of soil and identify any shortcomings or excesses nutrients; later, based on the results of the analysis, it is possible to determine a targeted fertilization program.

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The basic nutrients needed for growing evening primrose include nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (TO), football (Ca) e magnesium (Mg).

However, it is important to note that nutrient requirements may vary slightly for different types of eggplant.

Metabolic mechanisms involved

Very often in the field there are interactions of a genetic, environmental, physiological and nutritional nature that can lead to imbalances hormonal or vegetative at the expense of the productive development of the plant during the stage formation phase.

These interactions can have a more or less pronounced impact depending on the variety grown, but master sink on which the plant concentrates its efforts and into which the nutrients flow represent floral rachis.

When it appears nutritional imbalanceoriginating, for example, from an excess of nitrogen or potassium, fluctuations in light or adverse climatic conditions, the flower spindle undergoes a process stages, bring it to an end physiological block thus determining failure to create new degrees.

This delicate balance is obviously mediated hormonal signals which adjust the auxin-cytokinin balance in the plant.

Today, evidence confirms that it is possible to avoid these imbalances by taking action proper nutrition vine-like plants in greenhouses with solutions designed to guarantee a balanced supply of nutritional elements and natural formulas with hormone-like activity.

Why choose the Cifo strategy for solanization plants in greenhouses

Our experience leads us to the presentation two specialties: SinerVeg AND Block L used in combination.

This strategy allows you to provide physiological support to the plant so that it can normalize its productive vegetative cycle and thus guarantee a longer lifespan of the flower spindles for the excellent development of the phases responsible for supporting production.

SinerVeg is a special activity formula biostimulantof natural origin and can also be used in organic farming.

The matrix based on lignocellulosic extracts shows a double effect on plants: a similar effect of auxin, which intervenes in the regulation of the growth of the root system, promotes the expansion of the apical hair meristems; a similar cytokine effect capable of stimulating cell division and influencing the number of lateral buds in shoot apical meristems.

This double action determines a an increase in sectioning at the flower stage level, the presence of a greater number of flowers for each stage, as well as better uniformity of opening and speed of fruit set.

This process naturally puts the plant in better condition energy demand activate these metabolic pathways; it is therefore important to simultaneously guarantee constant nutritional support, which, however, necessarily passes through a increasing nutrient absorption at soil level.

Even in this case Cif developed a winning synergy thanks to Block Lone a nutritional specialty that can also be used in a diet organic farming based on exclusivity Seaweed Macrocystis integrifolia in conjunction with terpene extracts derived from TeCo’s special industrial technology.

This mixture allows to increase absorbent surface of the root system through the continuous emission of lateral roots and to reduce the occurrence of stress phenomena that can occur at the level of the feet.

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Unleash all your growing potential with the Cifo combination!

In support of a lush growth of antlers and increase productivity of common Solanaceae plants in greenhouses can also be used in organic farming combination of SinerVeg and Blok L via fertilization.

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The efficient circle of sustainability

Proper nutritional management Solanaceae in a greenhouse is a fundamental aspect for achieving a healthy and productive cultivation: with a correct soil analysis, a targeted fertilization program and constant attention to the needs of the plants, it is possible maximize yield and fruit quality.

Use Cifo nutritional specialties can help improve the overall productivity of the system and thus ensure greater economic sustainability of cultivation.

The protocol is ultimately an investment that will pay off handsomely abundant and high-quality harvest of eggplant plants in the greenhouse.

To use on horticulture, tomato, pepper, eggplant, chili.

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