Adequate nutrient balancing in the soil is very important for the successful production of soybeans, where stable and high yields cannot be expected without the appropriate application of complex mineral fertilizers.
Sugar beet belongs to plants with an increased demand for potassium and is a big consumer of nutrients. In practice, various NPK formulations with an increased proportion of potassium (K) or PK formulations with a certain ratio of phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) are used.
One of the basic prerequisites for achieving stable and high yields of rapeseed is balanced nutrition with mineral fertilizers with an emphasis on nitrogen (N) in the stages from the initial spring growth to flowering.
Soil analysis is the basis for proper tobacco nutrition. The use of mineral fertilizers with an optimal content of phosphorus (P) and an emphasized content of potassium (K) in the form of sulfate have shown excellent results.
Bean plants need nitrogen from the soil, that is, from fertilizers, at the beginning of the growing season until nodules are formed on the roots. Also, the presence of phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), which are absorbed most intensively in the flowering phase, is very significant.