SUPER CAL buffered liquid fertiliser
Density: 1.32 g/cc
Calcium and Magnesium together with nitrogen and trace elements in SUPER CAL
promotes larger and sweeter fruit, prevents bruising during post-harvest storage and
increases shelf life. The vitamin content of produce are increased, together with
increased red and green colour of fruit and vegetables, improved quality, texture
- Calcium in plant tissues acts as a bridging element between nitrogen from proteins. It behaves therefore like mortar between bricks, and stabilises proteins, the building blocks of cells. Many scientists advise that calcium should be considered as the most important fertiliser element, as it promotes nutritional quality of produce.
- By providing calcium to legume bacteria, SUPER CAL will increase their activity, improving the fertility of soils.
- The high calcium in SUPER CAL will help prevent bitter pit of apples, tip burn of strawberries and blossom end rot of tomato and cucumber.
Rates and Timing of Application
Lucerne: 10 - 20 litres/hectare after each cut.
Soybean: 5 - 10 litres/hectare, from germination to one week before flowering.
Fruits: Apply foliar or drip irrigation weekly at 6 - 10 litres/hectare after petal drop and at small fruit stage.
Vegetables: 6 - 10 litres/hectare weekly with overhead irrigation water.
Water: Broad-acre crops at 60 litres/hectare water and 6 litres Super Cal. Horticultural crops at 600 litres/hectare water and 6 litres Super Cal.
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