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Sulla is a singular herbaceous plant belonging to the Fabaceae family. It is a very particular species, both in terms of cultivation and the ways in which to take care of it. Furthermore, it is a very renowned plant for its ability to produce a very precious honey, Sulla honey. This is known to all because it contains a high fructose content. It is also used as a food vitamin supplement. The best areas for cultivation seem to be those with a temperate climate, being a plant that easily survives drought, but not harsh cold. As for irrigation, the operation does not require special precautions in relation to the growth of the plant. However, after being planted, through the first autumn rainwater,

How and when to cultivate

Before cultivating Sulla, it is necessary to analyze the characteristics of the soil. In fact, this plant is able to adapt and live on various types of substrates, even on the most clayey ones. However, it dies in cold temperatures. The delicate cultivation operation involves sowing the plant towards the end of the summer season. The plant then grows slowly during the autumn and winter seasons. Sulla is a particular plant species because it has nitrogen fixing capacity; through symbiosis with specific bacteria, it stores atmospheric nitrogen in structures called tubercles. This is then transformed into mineral nitrogen. At the time of flowering of the plant, its quantity produced is at its maximum. At this point, you can proceed with the burying of the plant.

Fertilization techniques

The life cycle of the Sulla plant is about two years. In some cases it manages to reach the third year of age. The fertilization of the plant is fundamental for an adequate development of the same, increasing its productivity in the growing season. Recall that the flowers of Sulla give life to a highly prized honey, known for its therapeutic and nutritional properties. With the fertilization operation, it is possible to bring an adequate amount of fertilizers into the soil, necessary for the development of the plant. Fertilization can be done in different ways. However, it seems to be a fundamental operation both in the growth phase of the plant and in the vegetative phase. The most commonly used fertilizing products for plant fertilization are slow release organic substances.

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Sulla is a plant with unique characteristics, which must be properly cared for. It is advisable to leave the cultivation, pruning, irrigation and fertilization operations to specialized and experienced operators, preferably with in-depth knowledge of the characteristics of this particular plant. As for most species, also for Sulla it is necessary to adopt adequate cleaning measures in relation to the work equipment to be used. Therefore, first of all providing for a correct sterilization of the tools that the operator will have to use for the various operations of cultivation, pruning and care of the plant in general, will allow to take care of the health and integrity of the plant. In fact, doing so prevents the Sulla from coming into contact with possible pathogens,

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