´Citrus trees are very sensitive to the presence of salts in soil as well as in the irrigation water.
´As such they are liable to contain salts, though in variable quantities.
´The presence of chlorides and sodium salts is most harmful to citrus.
´Chlorides are said to be more injurious than sulphates , while carbonates are reputed to be the most injurious of all the salts.
´High moisture content and high water table, especially in the presence of high proportion of calcium may cause chlorotic symptoms in plants.
´Where better quality water is not available, the toxic effects of salts can be minimized by following certain management practices.
´The soil should not be allowed to dry, where irrigation water is high in salts to avoid root injury.
´If there is any sign of salt accumulation in the soil an irrigation of atleast 15 cm is recommended.
´When the natural salt content of the soil or the irrigation water is high, water should be applied in excess of the needs of the trees in order to reduce soluble salts in the root zone.
FOR IRRIGATION :
Irrigate your field with Power Plant Bhoomi power, Premium, and Root guard.
POWER PLANT PREMIUM
1 LITRE/ ACRE
HOW TO USE IT?
Use Bhoomi power by following methods.
1. By broadcasting over the field.
2. Use in slurry.
3. Give it in cow dung.
4. you can also give it in dry soil.
Note: Repeat Bhoomi power and Root guard every 3 months.