High yields - What to expect at first flower

04 December, 2015

At first flower the water use and nutrient uptake of the crop increases and the management becomes a juggling act to prolong the duration of flowering by balancing vegetative growth and fruit load. One approach is to minimise the effects of crop stress for as long as possible.

In the lead up to first flower, assessments can be made on the crop’s progression and adjustments through management can be made to achieve goals.


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