Super-Cal Liquid Calcium
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Don’t starve your plants of the calcium they need. Agrigro Super-Cal® provides immediately available calcium for your soil and plants.
Many other calcium products like Lime or Gypsum supply calcium, but often they have long wait times before the calcium is in a soluble form.
Super-Cal® not only provides calcium immediately available for plant absorption, but it also is formulated with a proprietary blend of organic acids that work in the soil to break down previously unavailable calcium. These chelators convert non-available calcium into an available form that plants can utilize.
As Market Gardener’s we need every advantage possible to maximize yield potential. Oftentimes we are trying to push the limits of normal growing seasons. The early tomatoes at market, greens in the summer, and rare varieties all demand higher prices. So we go for it!
In order to accomplish this we use tools to help develop unique microclimates. Shade cloth, frost cloth, insect netting, high tunnels, caterpillar tunnels and all other common market tools are all designed to reduce stress on your plants and enable them to grow in the midst of stressful conditions. AgriGro’s Prebiotic technology helps reduce stress and build resilience to challenging growing conditions.
When we boost the microbiology within our soils, our plants respond better to these times of stress.
Dilute 2 oz. of Super-Cal® per 1 gallon of water. Use 4 oz. of diluted solution (1/2 cup) per plant every 2-4 weeks.
Dilute 2 oz. of Super-Cal® per 1 gallon of water and mist evenly onto plant foliage every 3-4 weeks. Water as usual.
12-16 oz. of Super-Cal® per 1,000 sq. ft. of garden area prior to planting. (Hose end sprayers, irrigation injectors, or standard liquid sprayers work best for this application.)
Apply 6 oz. of Super-Cal® per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn every 30-45 days throughout the entire growing season followed by watering, or make a single application of Super-Cal® at the rate of 20 oz per 1,000 sq. ft. of lawn in spring when growth begins. (Hose end sprayers, irrigation fertilizer injectors or standard pump sprayers work best for this application.)