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Advanced Calcium Nutrition

What is It?

  • CalMax Complete is a reacted Calcium formulation.
  • It contains high analysis of Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Nitrogen, and micronutrients (10-0-3, 11% Ca + 0-28-19 + micropackage).
  • CalMax is formulated with the AXM Technology™ that allows for a better uptake and translocation of Calcium.
  • The product is available in cases of
    Part A: 10L (Calmax) + Part B:6L (Complete), 450L + 270L, and 1000L + 600L IBC’s.

When & Why Use It?

  • CalMax Complete is recommended on all crops, especially fruits and vegetables.
  • Calcium is taken up in the plants by mass flow but is immobile in the plant. A constant supply is recommended to avoid shortages and deficiencies.
  • Calcium is important for roots and shoots structure early on in the season; during flowering and guidance of pollen tubes; and during fruits maturation and bulking.
  • A typical application should cover these three phases of growth and development (i.e., for potatoes: CalMax Complete is recommended at tuber initiation, then 2-3 times after that within 10-14 day intervals each.

What to Expect?

  • Strong and vigorous plants.
  • High Calcium levels in the tissues (leaves, stems, tubers).
  • Better pollination, less misses in pod crops and less flower abortion.
  • Better skin set in tuber crops and less hallow heart.
  • Higher firmness in soft fruits, allowing for a better storability and tolerance to harvesting and handling of the produces.
  • Reduce bitterpit and other internal disorders induced by the lack of Calcium.

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Application Guidelines

  • Application rate: 1.0 L CalMax and 0.6 L Complete per acre in a minimum of 10 US gal of water.
  • Compatible with most commonly used pesticides (see compatibility charts).
  • Order of addition to sprayer is (1)water, (2)CalMax Complete and (3)pesticide.


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