One of the important parameters in agriculture is the quality of irrigation water. The yield of greenhouses and orchards depends on water quality. Before starting agricultural projects, complete information about water quality will help you correctly assess all opportunities and risks associated with water. In our laboratory, both chemical and biological parameters of water quality are analyzing.
Soil is the most important factor for the growth and development of crops. A chemical analysis of the soil before planting will help you assess the quality of the soil and adjust the level of fertilizer to achieve the best quality for your products. Soil analysis is important not only at the initial stage of planting, but also for further monitoring of fertilizers during the vegetative development of plants. Soil analysis will help companies and farmers achieve the best yield results.
Substrate is a substitute for soil in order to provide control over the plant and increase yield potentional. Plant control is ensured by balanced watering of nutrient solutions. Periodically analysis of solutions in advance will provide you with information about the state of the plant and help you make corrections in nutrition. The Dutch technology of analysis and processing of results is a faithful assistant to agronomists and farmers to reduce problems and improve product quality.
Plant leaf analysis is a valuable aid in yield management. It helps agronomists understand the effects of fertilizers and environmental factors on plants. Chemical analysis combined with soil analysis information is the recommended approach for diagnosing nutrient and fertilizer deficiencies and achieving excellent results in cultivation.
Biological analysis (Plant/Soil/Water)
In recent years, farmers' yields have been affected by both climatic conditions and widespread viral and bacterial diseases. The rapid development of diseases in greenhouses and orchards and the difficulty of fighting them makes them extremely dangerous for agriculture. Accurate detection of diseases at the first symptoms and a properly selected control method will ensure the safety of the crop. In order to provide you with information about the disease in the shortest possible time, our laboratory uses Dutch and American methods.
- Fungal diseases
One of the most dangerous parasitic pests for crops are nematodes. Microscopic in size and rapidly multiplying nematodes within a few months can completely destroy the crop in greenhouses, orchards and field crops. Penetrating into the root system, nematodes block the access of water and nutrients, which leads to partial or complete loss of the crop.
Bacterial canker of the root system infects plant in the early stages of development. Dangerous for orchard trees and greenhouse flowers. By infecting the root system, agrobacteria leads to complete blocking of nutrients and loss of yield. This bacterium enters the plant in different ways: through the soil or seedlings. It is important to take care of the plant and know the cleanliness of the soil and plants before planting.