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Blueberry and cranberry substrate | KIK Ziemskie Produkty - peat substrates, substrates for roofs, bark

Application


• Cultivation of highbush blueberry (commonly called blueberry)

• Cranberry cultivation

• Transplanting in gardens, allotments, home fruit and vegetable gardens, for flower pots on terraces and balconies

Content


• Peat

• Bark

• Sand

• Compost

• NPK fertilizer

Properties


• Salinity: < 2,5g/l

• Strcture: 0-40mm

Usage


• The best planting date is spring or fall

• The product is mechanically pressed, before use it is recommended to loosen and, if necessary, when the substrate is dry, soak it with water

• The day before transplanting, the plant should be watered abundantly

Transplanting

• Highbush blueberry and cranberry are planted in a sunny position sheltered from the wind

• Blueberry bushes are planted in the ground for blueberries and cranberries spaced preferably every 1.5-2 m

• To plant blueberries, dig a pit with a recommended diameter of about 40 cm and a depth of about 50 cm

• It is recommended that the diameter of the pit be about 30% larger than the diameter of the root ball

• Prepared pit fill Earth for blueberry and cranberry, and then plant plants

• Whisk the whole well around the plant

Cranberries

• For cranberry cultivation, we recommend preparing a 20 cm well, which will be filled with blueberry and cranberry substrate

• Cranberry bushes are planted spaced preferably 30 x 30 cm

• Whisk the whole well around the plant

• After planting, the plant should be watered abundantly

• We recommend mulching with bark or acid peat after planting

• We recommend starting fertilization 6-8 weeks after planting with fertilizer for acidophilic plants

Blueberry

• Highbush blueberries can also be grown in pots on sunny and sheltered balconies, terraces and conservatories

• Transplanting begins when the roots begin to grow over the pot

• We always transplant into a pot 1 or 2 cm larger

• Fill the bottom of the pot with expanded clay, and then cover with a thin layer of earth to blueberry and cranberry

• Place the plant in the prepared pot and cover it with blueberry and cranberry substrate tightly filling all the free spaces, then knead the whole pot well

• After transplanting, the plant should be watered abundantly

• We recommend starting fertilization 6-8 weeks after planting with blueberry fertilizer

Advices

• After planting, the plant should be watered abundantly

• We recommend mulching with bark or acid peat after planting

• We recommend starting fertilization 6-8 weeks after planting with blueberry fertilizer

• Highbush blueberry and cranberry is very sensitive to lack of water

• Water the shrubs regularly, especially during drought

• Most blueberry varieties are self-pollinating, but clearly higher yields are obtained by planting different varieties next to each other

• Cutting and forming blueberries is necessary because pruned shrubs form strong growths, which leads to the formation of high-quality flower buds

• Seedlings with an uncovered root system, we plant as soon as possible to avoid over-drying of roots

• In the autumn after planting, we remember to mow the plants to protect against freezing

Available packages


20L - 60 szt. / half palett

20L - 120 szt. / palett

50L - 54 szt. / palett