Term for a special form of fertilization
, the so-called irrigation fertilization. The process was developed for fruit trees in the Netherlands in the 1980s to increase the growth of buds, flower bud formation and yield. Plants are used in an artificial irrigation
Feeded fertilizers. In the case of vines, this occurs primarily with drip irrigation, in which each individual vine is specifically supplied with water using a hose system. The fertilizers are in a container through which water flows. The easiest way to do this is with easily soluble agents such as nitrogen
in the form of urea
, Other fabrics like iron
must be made water-soluble. For the hardly soluble calcium
(Lime) this form is not useful.