They present a fertilization model that improves the size and weight of the strawberry and the postharvest of the blueberry

The II Congress of Red Fruits of Huelva is the framework in which the companies dedicated to the red fruits present novelties and management methods to get the best possible yield from the red fruit crops, a sector in which Huelva is the undisputed leader at the level national, European and ranks globally.

The doctor in Plant Physiology from the University of the Basque Country and Chamae technician, Igor Setién, has presented the advantages of the fertilizers used by the Chamae march. Strawberries and blueberries have been the two products that have focused the trial that has been announced at the Huelva sector Congress.

The Chamae fertilizers manage to improve the size and weight of the strawberry, until obtaining an 0,4 kilos / plant, when reaching an average of 1,2 kilos / plant; and the cranberry improves in form means in postharvest because at three weeks of the harvest when the usual thing is that the fruit is completely rotten, the one that has been treated with the Chamae line begins to show some problem.

The studies have been developed in comparison with a chemical fertilizer for strawberry and an organic one for cranberry. In general, Dr. Setién has synthesized that Chamae fertilizers try to save energy to the plant so that it can use it to improve its development and synthesize what it needs to do so, and intervene in various aspects such as promoting beneficial microorganisms for plant, develop your immune system, improve photosynthesis or make more efficient use of water.

The strawberry improves its performance in juice, texture and achieves a more intense flavor by increasing the brix degrees and reducing acidity. The cranberry also gains weight and volume, as well as its juice yield.

Chamae's proposal is a certified natural fertilizer for organic and organic agriculture compatible with conventional agriculture.


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