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CALCIUM NITRATE - Abocol Calcium Nitrate


Abocol Calcium Nitrate

Abocol Calcium Nitrate is a completely water-soluble nitrogen and calcium fertilizer.

It is of high purity and does not contain chlorine, sodium and heavy metals.

It contains 15.5% nitrogen (N) and 26.5% calcium oxide (CaO). 14% of the nitrogen in the form of nitrate is in the form of nitrate nitrogen (NO3 – N) and 1.1% is in the form of ammonium nitrogen (NH4 – N). It contains calcium oxide (CaO), which is completely soluble in water, as 19% calcium (Ca).

Since Abocol Calcium Nitrate is a 100% water-soluble fertilizer, it can be used with any irrigation system.

It can be applied from soil or leaves.

Nitrate Nitrogen:

• It is the most suitable form of nitrogen for direct plant uptake, resulting in rapid and predictable growth rates.

• It is not volatile and does not disappear in the soil. It is easily absorbed by the plant.

• It is the preferred source of nitrogen for horticulture and high value agricultural products.

• Increases the plant's uptake of potassium, calcium and magnesium nutrients. Since the nitrogen in its structure has a (-) electric charge (NO3)- when dissolved in water, other nutritional elements with a (+) electric charge (K+, Ca+2, Mg+2, Fe+2, Mn+2 and Zn+2) are released from the soil. It ensures the purchase of high and quality products by encouraging the purchase of products such as

What does calcium heal?

• It strengthens the cell wall, resulting in higher quality, long-term shelf life and product harvest with high market value.

• With the increase in strength and durability of cell walls, plants become resistant to diseases and insects.

• Improves soil structure and helps protect it

• It increases resistance to heat stress and provides the root environment for high-yield crops.

calcium deficiency

• Fruit tip rot, loss of fruit density and deaths. Burns and drying occur on the leaf tips.

• Blossom end rot on tomatoes, burnt ends on lettuce and salad, and spots on potatoes are the most common symptoms of calcium deficiency.

• Since calcium uptake occurs passively through transpiration and when the plant needs calcium the most, calcium must be present in the root zone of the plant in a completely water-soluble form.

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