When fertilizing young plants, it is important to provide harmonious nutrition, so that the plants develop properly and grow until full fruit bearing, and special emphasis should be given to nitrogen (N) in these early stages.
Raspberry is a plant that requires the most potassium (K) during flowering, fruit formation and fruit development. Therefore, fruit bearing raspberry plantations need to be fertilized every year with NPK fertilizers that have an emphasis on potassium (K).
Strawberries, like raspberries, require the most potassium (K) during flowering, fruit formation and fruit development, and they need to be fertilized with formulations that emphasize this very element.
During the exploitation period, blueberries require the application of mineral fertilizers with an emphasis on potassium (K). The fact that blueberry belongs to the group of plants sensitive to chlorine (Cl), indicates the need to use potassium in sulfate form.
In the phase before planting sour cherry trees, potassium (K) and phosphorus (P) should be introduced in sufficient quantities based on agrochemical analyses. While by applying basic fertilizers in the fruit bearing period, we maintain their nutrient content in the soil.