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MicroSoil MEXICO GREENHOUSE STRAWBERRIES 2018 (ENGLISH)

MicroSoil MEXICO GREENHOUSE STRAWBERRIES 2018 (ENGLISH)

MicroSoil®Media™

MEXICO: Greenhouse Strawberries
Grown with MicroSoil®

Agrícola Genética, S.A. de C.V.

TEST RESULTS IN STRAWBERRY
CROP

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OBJECTIVE OF THE PROOF

The purpose of this work in strawberries, is to prevent diseases derived from the presence of
fungi, bacteria and nutritional deficiencies.
Therefore, monthly soil, root, plant and leaf samples are analyzed for aspects of phytopathology
and nutrition. In order to establish the status of the crop and make decisions to avoid problems,
such as: the use of toxic curative chemicals and excessive expenses.
The results of the monthly sampling of a strawberry orchard, located in Irapuato, are shown
below, in which the monthly analyzis were carried out and the use of biological products was
recommended. As well as the use of some reinforcements in nutrition.
The results were: greater health in the soil, increased yield and decreased use of fungicides.
Which will be observed in the monitoring tables as well as in the photos of the crop

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NUTRITION MONITORING

A monitoring based on foliar chemical analysis is carried out. Taking the intervals of the requirements of
the plant.

Macroelements (%) TRACE ELEMENTS (ppm)

NUTRITION NITROGEN PHOSFORUS POTASSIUM CALCIUM MAGNESIUM SULFUR IRON ZINC MANGANESE COPPER BORON

MONTH 2.5-3.0 0.3-0.7 1.6-2.5 1.0-2.0 0.3-0.7 0.15-0.4 70-150 20-80 70-150 04-15. 40-70
SEPT. 2.47 0.32 1.9 1.44 0.57 0.12 87 27 118 5.6 53.4
OCT. 2.19 0.45 2.39 0.98 0.56 0.09 125 42 291 16 59
NOV. 3.18 0.46 2.2 1.08 0.41 0.22 258 25 198 6.8 80
DEC. 3.36 0.5 1.95 1.36 0.57 0.16 371 29.5 228 5.2 43.2
JAN. 3.07 0.42 1.9 0.9 0.39 0.17 186 27 223 7.3 40.1
FEB. 2.95 0.45 2.27 1.03 0.46 0.2 161 46 520 15 63
MARCH 2.35 0.37 1.69 0.83 0.52 0.2 108 37.9 96 14 58

October: Fructification stage begins
January: The most phenological stage of the plant is reached

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COMPLEMENTARY APPLICATIONS OF
NUTRITION VIA IRRIGATION

Based on the results of the months of September and October, the following
applications are made to the irrigation system. The application was made weekly.

SOIL FERTILIZER APPLICATION

1.0 kg 20-20-20 Nitrogen
3.5 kg 12-48-8 Phosphorus
3.5 kg Potassium

From the month of November the application to the soil is modified, with the
objective of increasing the Nitrogen required by the plant, leaving the application
as the picture shows. The application was made every 21 days.

MILLER* APPLICATION (SOIL)

1.5 kg 20-20-20 Nitrogen

3.5 kg 12-48-8 Phosphorus

3.5 kg Potassium

* Trade mark

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HEALTH MONITORING

FUNGUS 150 450 250 200 150 300 200 350 200
Fusarium 100
200 100 3,000
Oxys. RP* RP 2,000
Alternaria sp. 100

Phytopthora

BACTERIUM

Beneficial

microorganism

Trichodermas 500 1,000 1,500 1,000 2,000 3,500 4,000
1,500 2,000 1,400 1,500 1,800 2,500
Bacillus 100 80
30 80 50 100
Subtillis

Mycorrhiza 100

Chemical

products XXXX

application

RP* *RECOVERED POPULATION

The monthly sampling was carried out, only one chemical
fungicide was used for the month of November, the other
months only biological products were used.

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BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS
APPLICATIONS

To start the crop, the application of a chemical sanitizer is applied and then the application of

biological products

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS APPLICATION AT THE

TRASPLANT (PER HECTARE)

Mycorrihiza 2 kg

Biotricho 1L Trichodermas

Soil improvement with

MicroSoil® 1L beneficial

microorganisms

B100 Amyl 1L Bacillus
Amyloliquefaciens

From the month of September, the biological products applications are made according to

the results of the analyzis

BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS APPLICATION EVERY 21 DAYS
(PER HECTARE)

MicroSoil® 1L Soil improvement with
beneficial

microorganisms

Biotricho 1L Trichodermas

B100 Amyl 1L Bacillus
Amyloliquefaciens

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RANCHO EL CERRITO
STRAWBERRIES CROP
IRAPUATO, GUANAJUATO

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

SEPTEMBER
OCTOBER

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

NOVEMBER
DECEMBER

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

DECEMBER

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

JANUARY

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

FEBRUARY

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GRAPHICAL OBSERVATION MONTH BY
MONTH OF THE CROP

MARCH

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MAXIMUM PRODUCTIVE STAGE

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MAXIMUM PRODUCTIVE STAGE

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COMPARATIVE OF CROPS
APRIL

WITH MicroSoil® WITHOUT MicroSoil®

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COMPARATIVE OF CROPS
MAY

WITH MicroSoil® WITHOUT MicroSoil®

Figure 1. Soil with biological treatment. Figure 2. Soil without biological treatment.
Although it looks worn, there is no plant There is plant mortality, the chemical
mortality. The plant will recover. treatment is unable to control the problem.

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COMPARATIVE OF CROPS
JUNE

WITH MicroSoil® WITHOUT MicroSoil®

The plant had to be cut, due to the problems
of mortality and excess of fungi. There is no
second productive year.

Figure 1. The plant recovered and there
may be a second productive year of
strawberry.

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COMPARATIVE OF CROPS
JULY

WITH MicroSoil®

The plant is ready for a second productive
year with 99% health.

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Thank You for Your Patronage!
¡Gracias por su patrocinio!

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