We have carried out several studies with the aim of knowing the influence that different planting frameworks and orientations have on the development and homogeneity of the hedgerow crop.We share the results with the producers to ensure the best yields.
Pruning consists of eliminating a proportion of the plant to provide the desired shape to the tree, obtain early production, and achieve high productivity. Depending on the stage of development of the plant, pruning can be for training, production, rejuvenation or renewal.It has been shown that a poor pruning strategy reduces the yield and quality of the fruit considerably. It is also known that the same pruning programs are not applicable to all regions or to all varieties. For this reason, it is necessary to develop research that allows the development of pruning practices more specific to the conditions of each region and variety or rootstock-variety combination. Our specialists accumulate great experience in the development of research projects for the development of new pruning methods in different crops and especially in walnut.
Our numerous projects in plant nutrition and soil analysis allow us to successfully carry out a personalized fertilization diagnosis.We offer our clients specific nutritional recommendations based on growing requirements and soil test results.
Knowing the water status of the plant and being able to properly manage irrigation during the development of the crop is of great importance for any plantation.We have carried out several tests with different irrigation systems and nutrient deficiency compounds, in order to evaluate their influence on obtaining a rapid and homogeneous development of the plantations.
Quantifying the carbon footprint that is achieved with the cultivation of walnut is one of our objectives.
We have carried out different studies in which it is shown that these crops not only help counteract greenhouse gases, but also provide innumerable benefits for the environment.
We consider that biological management is essential for the improvement and sustainability of agricultural production, without threatening the quality and availability of resources. We carry out different studies on the needs of the crop, cultural tasks and available natural resources, with the aim of minimizing the use of agrochemicals, soil nutrients and water in each of the production stages.