At this time of the year and with the increase in cold, agricultural crops are affected by what is called root rot due to cold and dense shade, which affects the volume of productivity and quality of agricultural crops, so they must be protected from cold and follow good agricultural practices.
And we monitor a number of important messages to protect crops from cold damage and not to have root rot, according to what was presented by the Head of the Climate Change Center at the Agricultural Research Center through his Facebook account, which farmers should follow.
Growers of winter beans should avoid fertilizing with any nitrogen during this period and pay very attention to ground potassium in the form of sulfate. August beetroot growers should not spend more than 130 days of potassium for beets, and prepare to spray 14% boron twice after within a month.
Winter potato growers should not use any potato growth regulators after 90 days for sizing, and we only use potassium and calcium. Summer potato growers must take into account not to irrigate potatoes twice and once without a hoe for any reason, and it is – forbidden to use urea and the first batch of fertilization is preferable to be 3 ammonia sulfate with 2 ammonia nitrate in a line and line system.
Other crops- to avoid getting infected with root rot
-Strawberry growers should know that spraying with amino acids is strictly forbidden, because this is a period of gray rot, especially in cold climates and increased dew, with a strong interest in high phosphorous.
-Mango growers must take into account that the mangoes that have blossomed badly do not bombard the mangoes now at all, and the early flowers in the local and foreign varieties are sold at the dates specified in the mango publication.
-Pea and bean growers should not spray any copper now during flowering and setting Onion growers should wick, do not rush to intensively spray the onions, while waiting after the initial irrigation. Garlic growers, should not rush to spray Calcium Boron now, and keep spraying in Potassium Phosphite and Magnesium Phosphite.
-Artichoke growers should: Do not spray any amino acids or stimulants, and only spray Calcium Phosphate and Potassium Citrate. Tomato growers must completely stop nitrogen and condensate potassium in the form of phosphite and calcium boron, which has a turbulent throne and plastic connection.
The farmers of badly spending watermelons in the Minya sunset must be careful not to be infected with nematodes. The seedlings are cleansed well against root rot, and take care to spray fulvic and magnesium nitrate with the first irrigation. Wheat growers are prohibited from using herbicides at an age greater than 40 days. Herbino can be used for 250 cm per 200 liters of acre water for humming, and for petition a granary pesticide.
Alfalfa growers should not delay the current planting, and this scent must be eliminated in order to overtake the plant after the cold, with the addition of phosphoric acid with watering of 10 liters.