Calcium nitrate, type V

Calcium nitrate dihydrate

Lime saltpeter

Са(NО3)2 х 2Н2О
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Characteristics

Season

January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Crops

Berry crops,
Conifers,
Flower decorative cultures,
Fruit crops,
Grain, leguminous crops,
Herbaceous crops,
Industrial crops,
Lawn,
Vegetables

Calcium nitrate is an essential water-soluble calcium source for the open and sheltered grounds.

Nitrate nitrogen stimulates the absorption of calcium by being its carrying agent in the process of nutrients absorption by the root system. This fertilizer doesn’t contain sulphates or any insoluble impurities and serves as the best source of nitrogen in acid soil. Calcium nitrate is produced in the form of solution, crystals or granules.

Composition
N (%)
13,9
K2O (%)
not more than 3,0
pH (of a 1% solution)
5,0-8,0
Ca (%)
18,6
Insoluble residue (%)
0,1
Appearance
White or yellow hemispherical granules
Recommendations for use
Select an agricultural crop
The application rate of the product

Application before planting - 100-200 kg/ha;


2-6 kg/ha - 1-3 foliar applications at the interval of 1-3 weeks during the vegetation period (concentration of the working solution is 1-2%).


Consumption of the working solution:


field crops – 200-300 l/ha;  

horticultural crops and grapes – 800-1000 l/ha.

The application rate of the product

8-20 kg per 1 ha (concentration of the working solution is 1-2%) – 2-3 foliar applications at the interval of 1-3 weeks during the vegetation period. 

Consumption of the working solution – 800-1000 l per 1 ha.


0,5-2 kg per 1000 l of water –soil applications during the vegetation period (in the mixture with irrigating waters). 

Consumption of the working solution depends on the usual water application rate.