Pea has a short growing season and a weak root system, so it needs the rather high fertilizer. It needs to take an average of 4,5 kg of nitrogen, 1,5 kg of phosphorus, 3 kg of potassium, 2 kg of calcium, 1 kg of magnesium for the formation of 1 quintal of beans pea. Phosphorus improves root development, particularly the special tips through which bacterias penetrate into the plant.
Potassium promotes resistance to arid conditions, improves metabolism and movement of nutrients in the stem. Calcium increases the green mass of plants, and a lot of ready-made beans. Magnesium is the part of chlorophyll, making bacterias more viable and affects the most vital processes of plants.
The pea yield depends on adding fertilizers under the predecessor. Feeding of this culture is carried out with that scheme: phosphate and potash fertilizers are added during the autumn time of plowing, and nitrogenous fertilizers usually are not added at all. To improve the flow of nitrogen from the environment, the peas are feeding by molybdenum, zinc and boron (or superphosphate which containing these elements in well-balanced proportions).
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