PERLKA®

Perlka® - when Yield and Quality needs Soil Health

During their field tour mid-April Hyphen Zhang and Dr. Malte Römer travelled through the North of China running sale presentations for Perlka® and meeting growers at their farm sites. Here in China, where Perlka® is also known as Zhuangbobo®, the grower's awareness for soil health and soil quality is in the learning process. Particularly, in cropping areas such as Liaoning province, intensified greenhouse cultivation with small areas -often 1000m2 only- are subject to higher pressure of productivity and quality.  

 

Fertilization of roses with PERLKA® in Ecuador

In the highlands of Ecuador, at an altitude of around 3.000 meters above the sea level, high quality roses are grown. The climate of the Andes is perfect for this delicate crop. Ecuadorian growers are proud to produce the world`s longest roses, whose stems can achieve a length of two meters.

Roses are a special gift, very demanded during celebrations like Valentin’s day or Mother’s day. From Ecuador, they are delivered all over the world, to people who want to express others their love, friendship or appreciation.

Get-to-know AlzChem products on farm level in India

In the beginning of September, AlzChem visited farmers, dealers and distributors throughout a field tour in key cropping areas around Nashik, Sartara, Solapor and Pune in India`s Maharashtra state.
During the tour, the positive effects of the specialty fertilizer Perlka on increased yield and quality in small scale vegetable and fruit farming production systems has been demonstrated.

Healthier crops and fewer slug problems in oil seed rape due to calcium cyanamide Perlka®

Fertilization with 200 - 250 kg/ha calcium cyanamide Perlka® directly before sowing (no incorporation, no waiting time!) ensures ideal starting conditions for oil seed rape. The ammonium-based nitrogen effect and the highly reactive lime ensure rapid but not too rapid growth of the young rape plants. At the same time, the fertilizer shows quite a good side effect against slugs and slug eggs. Experience in recent years has also shown that such calcium cyanamide fertilization also significantly reduces the risk of early infections of club root.