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CaNit calcium nitrate

Easy to use fertiliser. A valuable source of calcium and nitrogen in horticultural
and agricultural crops. CaNit is very pure and water soluble which makes this nitrate ideal
for use in fertigation and foliar feeding.

CaNit nitrate is recommended for prophylactic use against physiological disorders caused
by a lack of calcium such as: blossom-end rot (tomatoes, peppers) and cork spot in apples.

Form white flakes
Chemical formula 7Ca(NO3)2 x NH4NO3 x 12H2O
Ca(NO3)2 content 79,0 %
Overall nitrogen content 15,2 %
N-NO3 content 14,5 %
NNH4 content 0,7 %
CaO soluble content 27,5 %
Density 1,05 kg/dm3
pH 5,0 - 7,0 (5% solution)
Packaging worki polietylenowe 25 kg lub big-bag

Application

Foliar feeding:

  • fruit trees and shrubs: 5 - 6 kg o nitrate / ha per 600 - 1000 litres of water, 4 - 8 applications every 10 – 14 days after formation of primoridial
  • strawberries: 3 - 4 kg/ha per 300 – 400 l of water during fruit formation and growth, 3 - 4 applications every 7 days
  • field vegetables: 2 - 5 kg/ha per 300 – 400 l of water, 3 - 4 applications every 10 - 14 days until 2nd leaf stage or 2 weeks after planting seedlings
  • agricultural crops: 4 - 6 kg/ha per 200 – 400 l of water, 3 - 4 applications during early plant development
  • vegetables under glass: 0.4 - 1.4 kg per 1000 l of water and 0.04 % - 0.14 % in 100-fold concentration solutions

Fertigation:

  • vegetables under glass: 0.4 % - 0.6 % concentration solution

Notes

  • Less fertiliser may be applied for younger plants.
  • Avoid spraying under strong sunlight.
  • Calcium nitrate should not be mixed with fertilisers containing sulphates, phosphates
    and concentrated solutions.


Saletra wapniowa stała

Saletra wapniowa płynna

Saletra magnezowa stała

Saletra magnezowa płynna

 

 

 

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