CLASSIFICATION: COMPLEXED CALCIUM WITHOUT NITROGEN
PRESENTATION: 5L, 20L
Formulation of complex calcium with amino and lignosulfonic acids, for easy penetration, both in leaves and roots.
Especially suitable for preventing or correcting imbalances caused by calcium deficiencies, it can also be used as a salinity corrector using sodium. Once incorporated into the soil, it releases calcium and absorbs sodium.
This is used for the preventive and curative control of deficiencies, such as padding in apples, blossom end rot aseptic (Blossom end rot) of cucumber, lettuce leaf necrosis, Peseta in tomatoes, etc, and their use in citrus, fruit, vegetable and banana. It also improves the structure of compacted soils and saline.
Its use for olives apical necrosis gives very interesting results. Calcium is not mobile in the plant, so deficiency is reflected in the growth areas. In soils rich in calcium, but poor in iron, calcium deficiencies can appear as an iron deficiency, leading to a drastic reduction in calcium absorption. Excess sodium salts in the soil, replacing the calcium and magnesium, cause an imbalance due to lack of these on the ground.
|Calcium oxide (CaO) water soluble||20.0% w/v||15.0% w/w|
|Calcium oxide (CaO) complexed by LS||16.0% w/v||12.0% w/w|
In soils of pH 4, there are often problems of calcium deficiency. It is valid for foliar application. It can also be applied directly to soil in irrigation water.
It is advisable to start the treatments for apples when the petals drop; in peppers and tomatoes from the first bunch to the fourth; in citrus, fruit, strawberry and vegetable crops before deficiency symptoms appear; and otherwise, for bananas during the formation of fruit and for grapes before and after fruit set. In all cases it is advisable to make 3-6 applications at intervals of 1-2 weeks.
|Ferti-irrigation||6-12 L/Ha Application between 3-6 irrigation|