ROLE OF CALCIUM IN APPLES INTRODUCTION Calcium is a secondary plant nutrient, which is required by plants for healthy growth. Calcium is not a primary nutrient like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, but it is essential for healthy plant growth. It helps in formation of new plant tissue, such as shoot tips, root tips and new […]


ROLE OF PHOSPHORUS (P) IN APPLES (हिन्दी में) INTRODUCTION Phosphorus is a primary apple nutrient like nitrogen and potassium which is essential for overall development and growth of apple tree. Nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are three major apple nutrients as these nutrients are utilized by the apple tree in large amounts. It is important as […]


ROLE OF POTASSIUM (K) IN APPLES (हिंदी में)   INTRODUCTION Potassium is a primary apple nutrient that plays a major role in achieving high quality fruit and maximum yields. Potassium is second most important nutrient after nitrogen needed by plants which is required for numerous plant growth processes. Apple trees absorb potassium in greater amount […]


What are fertilizers? A fertilizer is any material containing nutrients in known amount which can be applied to the soil and leaves. The main purpose of the fertilizer use is to get higher yields. Soil analysis helps in determining the nutrients needed by apple fruit trees. Fertilizing apple trees Apple trees require fertilizers to live […]


ROLE OF NITROGEN IN APPLE (हिंदी)   NITROGEN Nitrogen is a primary nutrient that plays a vital role in apple production and high yields. Nitrogen is one of the important nutrient primarily responsible for vegetative growth of apple tree. Healthy apple tree contains 2 to 6 percent nitrogen in plant tissues. Nitrogen is a major […]

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ROLE OF BORON (B) IN APPLES (हिंदी)  Micronutrients play a vital role in apple production. Boron is the key nutrient, important for flowering, fruiting, pollination and fruit quality. Boron is required in very small amounts but if it is deficient several disorders can occur. It is important in normal tissue development and cell wall structure. […]