Fertilizing in Culture - OLIVES
For more production - Excellent quality - longevity

The olive manages well on various soils , except very acidic soils . Perfectly adapted to the soils on higher areas with low fertility , only necessary , proper fertilization . Responds excellently to fertilization with nitrogen , especially in soils with average fertility . Nitrogen affect positive as the growth , and so the fruit . Can indirectly reduce the phenomenon of barren year . The demand for increased amounts of nitrogen , appearing in two periods : from early growth to tiying the fruit ( March-May ) and during the hardening of fetal bone ( July-August ).

Lack of nitrogen causes a small increase and decrease production . Otherwise , too much nitrogen can cause poor resistance to cold and disease . Olives have a great need for potassium , especially in years with higher productivity . Sufficient amounts of potassium , gives higher production and tree becomes more resistant to disease , ice and drought . Of specific importance of the micronutrients feeding the olives have pine . Lack of boron can occur in a variety of soils , such as the little sandy , acidic , calcium , and occurs most often in young trees .

Needs of nutrients in olive peer tree)
1 - 1,5 KG 0,2 - 0,4 KG 1 - 1,5 KG 45 - 75 FRAMS

Suggestions for fertilization

Το Το fertilizer should be crossing the surface of the soil covered with shade . The olive responds excellently to fertilization with nitrogen , despite the difference of opinion , it seems that high production and excellent quality , the olive and need regular fertilization with potassium , especially after years of great fertility . For prevention and treatment , lack of boron , proposed mainly by boron fertilization , or in combination with spraying . Selecting the appropriate type of primary fertilizer depends on the ratio between the required nutrients . The dosage depends on the age , nutritional status and productivity of trees . Fertilizing valuable advisers , is the analysis of soil and leaves.

Fertilizer type Dose (kg/tree) Notes
MAGNIVOR (20-5-10-(8)+2MgO+0,5B) 3-5 Where there are relatively sufficient phosphorus and calium
POLYBOR (12-12-18-(12)+0,5Β+micro nutritient elements) 3-5 Where there is need of great enrichment Calium, pine and micronutrient elements
FILOVOR (20-6-12-(7)+0,5Β+ micro nutritient elements) 3-5 For growing presence of nitrogen, boron and micronutrient elements.
ORGANOFERT- 12 (12-12-12-(15)+10% - organic) 4-6 For uniform fertilization Ν/Ρ2Ο5/Κ2Ο = 1/1/1 with improved assimilation of nutrients and organic matter retention of the soil .
ORGANOFERT 8 (8-10-14-(11)+15% (organic material) 4-6 Boosted source potassium .The other properties are the same as previous , but enhancing effect on soil organic matter .
11-15-15-(14) 3-5 Traditionally fertilization with possible occurrence of boron deficiency .
OLIFERT (19-6-15-(4)+2MgO+0,5B) 3-5 For high enrichment with nitrogen , potassium , magnesium and bor.Recommended for flat surfaces (fields ) and olive plantations with high yielding potential.
21-7-14-(6)+0,5MgO+0,3B 3-5 Enrichment of high nitrogen, potassium, magnesium and boron. Recommended for flat surfaces (fields) and olive plantations with high yielding potential.
NITROKAN EXTRA    (27-0-0+4MgO+0,2B) 1-2 Rich source, rapid assimilation of nitrate nitrogen and magnesium.
-FERTAMON 25 (25-0-0-(16)) 1-2 Selection of nitrogen ammonium nitrate
SULFUR AMMONIUM       (21-0-0-(24)) 1-2 Selection of ammonium nitrogen enhances the absorption of micronutrients.

We suggest fertilization that will satisfy the needs of trees, with the aim of producing excellent quality.