After the grape is planted, it is watered and fertilized.

Fertilizer management is the basis of a series of cultivation techniques, not only related to tree growth and development, but also directly related to the fruit yield and quality of the following year. Most of the organic fertilizer applied before planting cannot be immediately absorbed and used by grapes. Therefore, the top dressing should be carefully applied in the year of planting.

1. After fertilizing the grapes with thin fat, due to the shallow roots and the small amount of roots, it is difficult to absorb and use the base fertilizer for planting the ditch. In order to promote the growth of seedlings, when the new shoot grows to 8 to 10 leaves, it can be top-dressed for the first time at a concentration of 1% urea solution, and then topdressed once every 15 days until the end of July. The concentration of fertilizer and water can gradually increase with the growth of seedlings, but it is still mainly thin fertilizer, and it can also be followed by decomposing and thin human fecal urine water. When the seedlings reach a certain amount of growth, appropriate N, P, and K ternary compound fertilizers are topdressed, and each plant is topped with about 20 grams to promote the occurrence of new roots and flower bud differentiation, and to cultivate robust grape vigor.

2. Extra-root topdressing 6~8 months 1~2 times extra-root top dressing per month, spray 0.3% urea + 0.2% potassium dihydrogen phosphate mixture to deepen the leaf color, thicken the leaves, and promote good flower bud differentiation effect. The top-dressing fertilizer can also be combined with the pest control and bactericide.

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