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Crop
The crop’s performance often declines gradually. Nevertheless, it is still important to endeavour to achieve maximum production and quality. The crop’s vulnerability to disease and the disease pressure increase as the crop becomes more passive and weaker. If at the end of cultivation, non-standard crop measures are used, this may have a negative influence on the quality of the branches to be harvested. Until the end of cultivation, it is important to continue to steer towards an increase in the foliage surface area and to guarantee optimum water uptake as explained in phase 5.

Roots
Despite the age of the crop, it is still important to endeavour to retain sufficient healthy roots. It is important that the substrate drains well. In this regard, the replacement of the nutrients in the substrate must be kept at an optimum level. If at the end of cultivation, non-standard crop measures are used, this may have a negative influence on the quality of the branches to be harvested. Until the end of cultivation, it is important to respond to changes in the weather in good time, as explained in phase 5, by achieving maximum water uptake and through adjusting watering in good time.



  


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