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How are you? Over the past few months, Covid-19 has made everyone's reality uncertain and surreal. Social life came to a standstill, companies could not continue their activities, or only with great effort, and the world went into lockdown. Hopefully this episode has left you unscathed so far...
Late cold spring weather is creating risks for all our crops. Frost can cause damages to the shoots and flowers of our perennial crops, but can also damage the young seedlings of field crops. This damage will depend first of all on our crop and on the temperature itself, but also on a lot of other...
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It is high time for a more sustainable approach with ECOMETHOD Facts & figures: The food industry accounts for between 19% and 29% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Within the food industry, agriculture is responsible for 9% of these emissions. Fertilisation accounts for 35% to 45% of CO 2...
Come riconoscere le carenze nutrizionali delle vostre coltivazioni
In our previous blog post we explained what you should look out for, in general, to avoid deficiencies in your plant nutrition. In this article you will get an overview of the symptoms associated with a deficiency of a specific nutritional element. We will list them out for you here so that you...
Hoe voedingstekorten bij uw teelt herkennen
Sometimes you have to deal with a reduced yield or lower quality . The plant shows peculiar characteristics. You realize: “ something goes wrong with the nutrition of my crop ...” If you intervene quickly, you can still limit the damage. But then it is important to nourish the plant with the right...
Effect van bladvoeding op de vruchtmaat
The quality and size of your fruits are important and decisive factors for the price you get for them. Let’s take a closer look at the nutrients that determine the quality and size of the fruits. How does a fruit actually develop? Understanding this process provides us with the keys on how to...
Calcium gebrek
Calcium is essential for all kinds of fruits: apples, tomatoes, kiwis, pears ... However, we often encounter a deficiency and this has its consequences. a poorer quality of the fruit during storage serious deformations such as bitter pit, blossom end rot and soft fruits. To overcome a calcium...
Bladvoeding
An increasing number of farmers are looking for ways to work more ecologically and therefore are turning to foliar nutrition, as a preferred choice. Foliar nutrition is, in fact, the ideal instrument for achieving the best results with respect to environmental protection. In addition to this...
Bormangel
2 trace elements are the most critical in agriculture worldwide: boron & zinc. You can read more about the zinc deficiency in this blog post . In this article we will focus on boron. A boron deficiency has an impact on as well the quality as the total yield of your harvest. So if you rather...

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