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After the first harvest, the crop's fruit load needs to be balanced with the crop's growth. The crop will convert the available amount of radiation into re-growth and production towards the next cropping phase. Re-growth should not be explosive or jerky and a good balance between vegetative and generative plant parts is necessary.

To grow crop size requires more nutrition and under certain conditions, more water. The uptake of nutrition and water require a large and active root system. The appropriate water- and nutrition-management combined with adjusted climate-management encourage root development and secure the uptake of water and nutrition to meet the crop's needs. The advice takes weather changes and seasonal influences into consideration.


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