News, articles, interviews, … Information of interest on the use of agricultural biostimulants and microorganisms.

Coconut fiber for hydroponics

Coconut fiber has been one of the last substrates to enter the world of hydroponic cultivation. Quite after rock wool, perlite, sand, etc. However, for its qualities, it did so with great success, being currently one of the most used in soilless cultivation. This...

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Perlite for hydroponics

Among the materials used in soilless cultivation, also called hydroponic crops, are perlite, rock wool, sand, coconut fiber and some more such as zeolite or gravel, but in less volume. In this article we will focus on perlite, it comes from a natural mineral of the...

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Leonardite Humic Acids

Humic acids are one of the first special biostimulants used in crops to optimize their yields. Over time and as the culture of fertilization has progressed, this special agronutrient has consolidated its effectiveness to such an extent that it is currently used...

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Fattening of fruits in kiwi cultivation

During the cultivation of kiwi or actinidia, in an earlier article we emphasized the importance of establishing a correct subscriber plan during the cultivation of the kiwi as an investment to ensure its maximum rentability. The cultivation of actinidia, although with...

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Kiwi fertilizer plan

Kiwi is a fruit of the genre Actinidia spp. given its popularity, it is the name with which it is associated with this fruit as well. A fruit deciduous and belonging …

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Agricultural calcium

Calcium as a chemical element has the symbol Ca and atomic number 20. It is a soft, grayish metal and the fifth most …

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Copper in citrus cultivation

In this article we focus on copper as a fertilizer in citrus cultivation. In the same way, and we refer to Cupronate and Cupro Activ as the two most efficient …

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