(ORGANOMINERAL LIQUID FERTILIZER WITH SECONDARY ELEMENT ADDITIVE)
Calcium is the third most used element in plants. Calcium; it is essential for proper and healthy growing of young tissues, better coloration and quality and robust fruit formation. It plays an important role in the formation of proteins and the transport of carbohydrates in plants. It is an integral part of the plant cell wall. It adjusts the soil pH. It increases germination, root development and microbial activity. It strengthens the roots and is effective on root secretions. It protects plant tissues against freeze-thaw stress and increases their resistance to diseases. It provides cell division, flower formation and pollination. It promotes flowering. Calcium is the most important nutrient for fruit development and storage. Less product is obtained in calcium-poor soils. Calcium decomposes salt-forming ions in the soil and reduces salinity.
It should be used in all plants in the early stages of development and before flowering. In order to benefit from the synergistic effect of calcium and boron during these periods, it should be applied together with Uni-Boramine. Boron is effective in the transport of calcium, and when applied during the fruiting period, it accelerates the transition of calcium to the fruit. The application of calcium with Uni-Natura during the fruit formation period further increases the fruit quality. The intake of plant nutrients increases. It plays a role in the precipitation of toxic substances.
UNI-CALOMIN should be applied 4-5 times during the production period in fruit, vegetables and farm plants.
Better results are obtained when applied together with Uni-Natura, Uni-Membo, Uni-Natural and Uni-Super Fe against iron deficiencies.
|PLANT NAME||APPLICATION PERIOD||SOIL APPLICATION (With drip irrigation)||FOLIAR APPLICATION|
|GREENHOUSE AND OPEN AREA VEGETABLES (Tomato, Pepper, Cucumber, Eggplant, Bean, Strawberry, Melon, Watermelon, Zucchini etc.)||3-4 applications during pre-flowering, fruit set and fruit growth periods||3 lt / da||300 ml to 100 Liters of Water|
|WINTER VEGETABLES THAT CAN BE EAT WITH LEAVES (Curly, Lettuce, Cabbage, Spinach, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Artichoke etc.)||When it has 3-4 leaves and 15 days before harvest||3 lt / da||300 ml / da|
|TUBEROUS PLANTS (Sugar Beet, Carrot, Potato, Onion, Celery etc.)||2-3 applications per month during the period of 4-6 leaves and tuber growth||3 lt / da||300 ml / da|
|ALL FRUIT TREES (Peach, Apricot, Cherry, Plum, Apple, Pear, Quince, Citrus Fruit, Olive, Vineyard, Hazelnut, Pistachio, Banana, Fig, Pomegranate, Avocado, Kiwi etc.)||A total of 3-4 applications per month during fruit set and fruit growth periods||3 lt / da||300 ml to 100 Liters of Water|
|INDUSTRIAL PLANTS (Cotton, Sunflower, Tobacco, Safflower, Rapeseed, Sesame, Corn etc.)||A total of 2 applications once a month starting from the 5-6-leafy period||3 lt / da||300 ml / da|
|ALL LEGUMES (Chickpeas, Beans, Lentils, Soybean, Legumes, Peas, Peanuts etc.)||A total of 2 applications per month starting from the 5-6-leafy period||3 lt / da||300 ml / da|
|GRAINS (Oats, Wheat, Barley, Rye, Rice etc.)||When it has 3-4 leaves||3 lt / da||300 ml / da|
|GREEN AREAS AND CUTTING FLORISTY||Early in growing||3 lt / da||300 ml to 100 Liters of Water|
|Total (Humic + Fulvic) Acid||1|
|Water Soluble Calcium Oxide (CaO)||12|
|Water Soluble Boron (B)||0.1|
|Free Amino Acids||2|
|Max Chlorine (Cl)||0.3|