Calcium Nitrate Fertilizer -YaraLiva Nitrabor (Yara Brand) - Farmsquare
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Calcium Nitrate Fertilizer -YaraLiva Nitrabor (Yara Brand)

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Calcium Nitrate Fertilizers are a range of calcium nitrate-based fertilizers combining fast-acting nitrate-nitrogen alongside strength-building calcium and boron, designed for high-value quality field crops to improve the size, strength, appearance and importantly marketable yield.

Calcium nitrate contains two of the essential nutrient components that plants must have to grow. Nitrate nitrogen and calcium. Calcium nitrate is the best decision for any sort of plant in all soils and the environment. It improves growth and development and sets up the system of the vine plants especially quicker.

Product features:

  • Release Type Quick State: Granular
    Purity: 99%
  • Fully Water Soluble Calcium≥18%: Easy to be absorbed and improves the quality of the crops with earlier harvest and prolonged freshness.
  • Nitrate Nitrogen≥14%: Nitrate nitrogen can be directly absorbed by crops, and enhance the early growth of the crops.
  • Suitable to a wide range of crops in the greenhouse, soilless culture, as well as an open field.
  • Insoluble matters≤0.02%: Suitable to fertigation and sprinkling irrigation without the risk of clogging.
  • Package: 25KG.
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DESCRIPTION

Yara Liva Nitrabor (15.5% N + 26.3% CaO) is a high-quality calcium nitrate product for field application. It is a dense granular fertilizer that spreads accurately up to 24 meters by machine or accurately when placed by hand.

It is a free-flowing, material with 90% of articles 2-4mm. Cao  hygroscopic nature means that it readily dissolves when on contact with the soil in humid conditions or a night dew This formulation offers a low risk of scorch and is often used as a final topdressing to a wide range of high-value crops.

Specific Product application advice

Apples:

250 kg/ha applied early spring prior to budburst followed by 100-150 kg/ha top up at the early fruitlet stage. 100-350 kg/ha autumn application post-harvest, depending on the variety.

Broccoli:

Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (clubroot) or broadcast.

Cabbage:

Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (clubroot) or broadcast.

Carrots:

330 kg/ha prior to or immediately post-drilling

Cauliflower:

Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (clubroot) or broadcast.

Cherry:

First, apply 250kg/ha prior to bud burst early spring Second apply 150kg/ha at petal fall. Autumn application post-harvest before leaf senescence 150-300kg/ha. To be applied as a band spread not as overall broadcast.

Cabbage:

Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing (clubroot) or broadcast.

Cucumber (field grown): Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing or broadcast.

Grass:

For equine pasture, apply a maximum rate of 75 kg/ha in March as part of your fertilizer program.

Grass (grazing):

For equine pasture, apply a maximum rate of 75 kg/ha in March as part of your fertilizer program.

Lettuce (field grown): Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing or broadcast.

Nursery stock/ornamentals: First Year 323 kg/ha as a top dressing. Second-year onwards 645 kg/ha as a top dressing.

Onions:

Apply 400 to 600 kg/ha in the base dressing or broadcast

Pears: 250 kg/ha applied early spring prior to budburst followed by 100-150 kg/ha top up at the early fruitlet stage. 100-350 kg/ha autumn application post-harvest, depending on the variety.

Potatoes:

375 to 500 kg/ha at tuber initiation. Exact recommendation depends on soil analysis and variety requirements.

It is necessary to apply the correct product and address the measure of supplements to your crops and plants to improve the growth and development of the yield. At the point when plants need more of a specific fertilizer supplement, pests, diseases, and low bearing factors are frequently the outcome.

Calcium nitrate fertilizer is the main water solvent product of calcium easily accessible for plants. It works both as a fertilizer and for disease control.

What does calcium nitrate do?

It gives both calcium and nitrogen. Typically it is applied as a dissolved solution, which allows easy plant take-up of the nutrients. It can also be applied as a side or top dressing. Ammonium nitrate is a regularly utilized form of nitrogen often being used. However, it meddles with calcium take-up and causes calcium insufficiency for plants.

It is, therefore, better to apply calcium nitrate rather than Ammonium Nitrate to any harvest that tends to create calcium insufficiency issues.

Calcium nitrate is created by applying nitric acid to limestone and afterward including double salts. It is known as a twofold salt, since it is involved two nutrients in the fertilizer, which are high in sodium.

Calcium nitrate also assists with cell arrangement in plants, however, it likewise kills acids to detoxify the plant. The nitrogen part is additionally liable for powering protein and basically plant development.

When to use Calcium Nitrate

  • Warmth and dampness stress can cause calcium deficiencies in specific crops like tomatoes. This is when to utilize calcium nitrate. Its joined supplements can help cell development settle and fuel the growth of the plant.
  • Numerous farmers, consequently side dress or top-dress their calcium delicate yields with calcium nitrate. It is ideal to do a soil test first, as overabundance calcium can likewise increase issues.
  • It is also better to discover a variety of fertilizers for every specific crop. For example, tomatoes, apples, and peppers are instances of yields that may profit by calcium nitrate applications.

Advantages of Calcium Nitrate

  • It improves yield and quality
  • It develops protection from irritations and diseases.
  • It broadens the capacity life of organic products.
  • Fast assimilation of calcium and nitrate

Instructions to Use Calcium Nitrate

  • Calcium nitrate fertilizers can be utilized as a foliar shower. This is best in treating and forestalling pests and diseases.
  • As a side-dress, utilize 3.5 pounds of calcium nitrate per 100 feet (1.59 kg per 30.48 m). Blend the fertilizer into the soil, being mindful so as to keep it off of foliage.
  • Water the territory well to permit the fertilizer to begin saturating the soil and find a good pace.
  • For a foliar splash to address calcium insufficiency and include nitrogen, include 1 cup of calcium nitrate to 25 gallons of water (128 grams to 94.64 liters).
  • You can likewise utilize calcium nitrate to treat magnesium deficiencies when it is consolidated at a pace of 3 to 5 pounds magnesium sulfate in 25 gallons of water (1.36 to 2.27 kg. in 94.64 liters).
  • Spray when the sun is low and plants have been watered adequately.
Calcium Nitrate Brand

Yara Brand, Euro Brand

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