Fertilizers for grapes and vineyards
Welcome to the Semenata org home and modern garden catalog category, in which we will present suitable fertilizers for vines that can be used to fertilize vines, vines, and home grape vines.
The cuts in which you can find the fertilizers are different. A lot depends on whether you prefer to feed with granular or liquid, water-soluble. The duration of action of each particular fertilizer for vines is different and can be from about a week to several months. Always follow the exact dosage and directions for use on the label.
Recommended rates of fertilization with fertilizer for vines can be given in a minimum and maximum dose. In such a case, the determination of the exact dose will depend on the age and size of the vines, as well as on the soil fertility indicators.
For crops with a high need for fertilization: At 100% fertilization with a single fertilizer for vines (ie you have not fertilized the substrate with anything until now), and the plant is old or larger, the dose used can be the maximum, which is indicated on the product label. If you fertilized the substrate when planting the vines with doses of a long-acting fertilizer and you are thinking of fertilizing with one of the water-soluble fertilizers for vines, then it is best to consult an agronomist for the most accurate guidance. Usually, when combining fertilization with two different products, the application rates have to be adjusted to the period of activity of the products and lower doses are used. Lower doses are also applied when fertilizing vines in containers, for example in the production of planting material, compared to fertilizing an already planted vine in a permanent place in the soil.
It is always recommended that the intended fertilizer dose be used initially on a small area of plants. In this way, it is best observed whether the fertilizer can be dangerous in the dose used and burn the plants, or whether it is safe and can be replicated over the whole vineyard. The manufacturer is not responsible for damages caused by improper use of the product.
The content of grapevine fertilizers, or popularly known as grape fertilizers, is usually given in percentages against each element, for example: Nitrogen Total (N) 23%; Nitrate nitrogen (N-NO3) 11.5%; Ammonia nitrogen (N-NH4) 11.1%; Nitrous urea (Ur-N) 0.4%; Phosphorus pentoxide (P205) 6%; Water soluble (P205) 6.0%; Potassium oxide (K20) 10%; Water soluble (K20) 10.0%; Magnesium oxide (MgO) 2.7%; Water soluble 2.7%; Sulfur trioxide (SO3) 9.4%; Water soluble (SO3) 9.4%; Iron (Fe) 0.10%; Water soluble 0.10%; Chelated with EDTA 0.10%; Manganese (Mn) 0.04%; Water soluble 0.04%; Chelated with EDTA 0.04%; Boron (B) 0.01%; Water soluble 0.01%; Copper (Cu) 0.010%; Water soluble 0.010%; Chelated with EDTA 0.010%; Molybdenum (Mo) 0.001%; Water soluble 0.001%; Zinc (Zn) 0.010%; Water soluble 0.010%; Chelated with EDTA 0.010.
Choose a suitable fertilizer for grapes, according to the needs for the annual fertilization of the vines. You can usually get a better price for vine fertilizer if you buy the larger cut if it is listed as an option on the Semenata ORG site. But keep in mind that if your vines are few in number it is better to buy a smaller cut of grape fertilizer so you don't have to store the open large cut for a long period of time.