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Plants have to be fed in order to grow, develop and produce products. The most important step of this nutrition is the fertilization of the soil. The more accurate and regular the fertilization process, which is very effective in the development of the plant, the faster, efficient and healthy the development of the plant will be. Not every soil on earth is suitable for growing every plant. However, increasing population density, high need for safe food and the potential of import-export between countries have led countries to grow a wide variety of crops. Today, one of the main steps of advancing agricultural activities has been fertilization and in this way, countries have started to produce crops even on lands that are not suitable for agriculture.

Giving the vitamins and minerals that the plant cannot get from the soil is called fertilization. The importance of fertilization is very high for both the plant itself and the living things that feed on it. The more developed, quality, productive and showy a plant is, the more it is preferred and the market share rises. For this reason, producers are very sensitive about fertilization.

In such an important and sensitive issue, we provide consultancy services to our esteemed manufacturers on the following issues:

– Soil analysis and interpretation of analysis results,

– Creation of plant nutrition programs on product basis,

– Fertilization; techniques, type, time, amount, etc. to advise on issues such as

– Suggesting the ideal plant pattern according to the soil structure and region,

– Ensuring integration on plant-based irrigation management, fertilization regime and fertigation,

– Adaptation of new generation fertilizers, developing technologies and utility models in producers,

– Supporting producers dealing with organic and ecological agriculture,

– Technical support is provided to producers who adopt production models such as sustainable agriculture, digital agriculture, precision agriculture, vertical agriculture and intensive agriculture.