Forage grass growth requires a large number of carbon(large plastic plant pots uk), hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur and other elements, but also requires trace elements such as boron, manganese, zinc, iron, molybdenum. Gramineous forage and legume forage have similarities in nutrient requirements, but there are differences(7 inch plant pot). Gramineous forages have a strong need for nitrogen and are more sensitive to the effects of applied nitrogen fertilizers.
The mixture is fully stirred and the annual output exceeds 100,000 tons(heavy duty nursery pots). The fertilizer used for pasture and topdressing is mainly chemical fertilizer, while the leguminous grass is more sensitive to nutrients such as phosphorus, potassium and calcium than grasses. The variety and quantity of nutrients absorbed by the pasture from the soil are determined by the soil conditions(5 gallon plastic container), the growing environment and the variety and yield of the pasture.
(cheap large 9 inch plastic flower pots manufacturers)Only the scientific fertilization ability can meet the nutritional needs of the growth and development of the forage(greenhouse planting pots). In addition to the three major elements of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, boron-zinc-molybdenum is an indispensable trace element in soybean. Boron fertilizer can promote the radish heart(nursery containers wholesale). The nutrients absorbed by the forage from the soil are far from meeting the needs of its growth.
Therefore, spraying multi-element complex nutrient solution during the flowering to the blast stage of soybean has the effect of increasing pod growth and increasing yield(3 gallon black plastic nursery pots). The method is: using 100 g of potassium dihydrogen phosphate per acre, 50 g of zinc phosphate, 50 g of borax (dissolving it first with hot water) 25 g of ammonium molybdate(15 gallon plastic pots), adding 50 kg of water, uniformly spraying on the front and back sides of the soybean leaves. Spray 2~3 times.
The layered application is combined with deep tillage to apply organic fertilizer to the deep layer(plastic terracotta planters), and then the high-quality fertilizer and quick-acting fertilizer are applied to the upper layer of the soil through cultivated land, etc., which can provide nutrients for pasture and forage crops, and promote rapid soil ripening(one gallon nursery pots). The mixing method is to mix the seeds and the seed fertilizer and then into the soil.(cheap large 9 inch plastic flower pots manufacturers)
It is limited to not to damage crops(8 inch nursery pots). Forages that can be cultivated are mainly legumes and grasses. When the soil is ploughed, the fertilizer is evenly spread in the field, and then planted; the application is to first ditch in the field, the fertilizer is applied to the ditch and the soil is planted, the fertilizer is concentrated, the dosage is small, and the fertilizer efficiency is high(propagation trays nz). Its response to nitrogen fertilizer is not as sensitive as that of grass crops.
(cheap large 9 inch plastic flower pots manufacturers)When the seeding is carried out, the concentration of the external fertilization should not be too high(8 inch plant pot). If the flowering period is still prosperous, the second control is carried out. The application methods of forage grass base fertilizer are applied, applied, layered and mixed. Because legumes have symbiotic nitrogen fixation(plastic seed trays), they only need to apply a small amount of nitrogen fertilizer before the nodule formation in the seedling stage.
Different application methods can be used depending on the characteristics of the fertilizer selected(bulk buy plant pots). Ditch application or acupoint application is a common seed application method for pasture, and it is applied by point-casting or cutting. The granular fertilizer broadcasts the fertilizer and the seed into the soil at the same time(nursery pots for sale), or puts the seed fertilizer and the seed into the fertilizer tank and the seed box separately and simultaneously into the soil.