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Calcium Nitrate with Boron

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A man spraying pesticide on a field Calcium Nitrate with Boron is a fertilizer that provides essential nutrients for plant growth

What is Calcium Nitrate with Boron?

Calcium Nitrate with Boron fertilizer is a specialized compound fertilizer that combines Calcium (Ca) and Nitrogen (N) with added Boron (B), essential nutrients for plant growth. This blend is particularly beneficial for addressing specific nutritional deficiencies in plants and improving overall plant health.

Calcium

Vital for cell walls, enhances structure, guards against stress and disease, crucial for new cells, roots, and leaves.

Nitrogen

Key in chlorophyll, essential for photosynthesis, promotes strong growth and lush foliage.

Boron

Crucial for cell walls, reproductive growth, aids calcium uptake, movement, improves pollination, and seed development.

Customization Options

OEM & ODM for Calcium Nitrate with Boron

Customization options for Calcium Nitrate with Boron fertilizer can cater to specific agricultural needs, enhancing its effectiveness for various crops and conditions. Here are some customization possibilities:

Concentration Levels

Adjust the calcium nitrate to boron ratio to meet the specific nutrient requirements of different crops or address particular soil deficiencies.

Formulation Types

Offering the fertilizer in various forms such as soluble powder, granular, or liquid solution to suit different application methods.

Micronutrient Additions

They incorporate additional micronutrients like magnesium, zinc, or manganese to correct common deficiencies in certain soils.

pH Adjustment

Adjust the calcium nitrate to boron ratio to meet the specific nutrient requirements of different crops or address particular soil deficiencies.

Release Rates

Developing slow-release or controlled-release formulations that provide a steady supply of nutrients over time.

Packaging Options

Providing various packaging sizes and types, from small bags for gardeners to large bulk containers for commercial farms.
A man kneeling in a greenhouse tending to lettuce plants Demonstrating the benefits of Calcium Nitrate with Boron
What Can They Do

Benefits of Calcium Nitrate with Boron

Calcium Nitrate with Boron boosts root and leaf development, enhances flowering and fruiting, improves plant resilience, and aids in efficient nutrient uptake and pollination.

Structural Integrity

Strengthens cell walls, enhancing plant robustness and health.

Nutrient Efficiency

Optimizes uptake of essential nutrients, promoting vigorous growth.

Yield Improvement

Increases flowering and fruiting, leading to higher yields.

Disease Resistance

Enhances plant resilience against diseases and pests naturally.

Suitable Crops for Calcium Nitrate with Boron

Calcium Nitrate with Boron fertilizer is particularly suitable for a wide range of crops, enhancing their growth, yield, and quality. Here are some of the crops categorized based on their suitability:

Fruits

  • Citrus Fruits: Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Grapefruits.

  • Pome Fruits: Apples, Pears.

  • Stone Fruits: Peaches, Plums, Cherries.

  • Berries: Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries.

Vegetables

  • Leafy Greens: Lettuce, Spinach, Kale.
  • Solanaceous Crops: Tomatoes, Peppers, Eggplants.
  • Cucurbits: Cucumbers, Melons, Squash.
  • Root Vegetables: Carrots, Beets, Radishes.

Field Crops

  • Corn
  • Wheat
  • Rice
  • Soybeans

Ornamentals

  • Roses
  • Tulips
  • Carnations
  • Chrysanthemums

Application Instructions for Calcium Nitrate with Boron

Calcium Nitrate with Boron is instantly soluble, suitable for various application methods like irrigation, spraying, and spreading. It is environmentally friendly, enhances growth in vegetables, fruits, and field crops without leaving harmful residues.

Solubility

Dissolves instantly, versatile for irrigation, spraying, or manual spreading applications.

Methods of Application

Suitable for flushing, drip irrigation, foliar spraying, and surface spreading.

Recommended Dosage

225-450 kg/ha for fruits, 450-600 kg/ha for field crops.

Environmental Impact

Eco-friendly, leaves no residues, supports sustainable agricultural practices.

Fertilizer Factory

Fertilizer Certificates

FAQs About Calcium Nitrate with Boron

What happens when you mix boron and calcium?

Mixing boron and calcium provides a synergistic effect where boron enhances calcium absorption in plants, leading to improved cell wall strength, better fruit and flower development, and overall plant health.

What is the role of calcium and boron in plants?

Calcium is crucial for cell wall structure and overall plant stability, while boron is essential for cell wall synthesis, nutrient transport, and reproductive functions such as flower formation and fruit setting. Together, they ensure optimal plant growth and development.

What should you not mix with calcium nitrate?

Calcium nitrate should not be mixed with phosphorus fertilizers or solutions with a high pH, as it can lead to precipitation and reduce the effectiveness of the calcium and nitrogen.

What are the benefits of calcium and boron?

Calcium and boron together improve plant structure, enhance cell integrity, support reproductive processes like pollination and seed development, and increase nutrient uptake, leading to healthier growth and yields.

What is the synergy of boron and calcium?

The synergy between boron and calcium lies in boron’s role in facilitating the transport and utilization of calcium within the plant, enhancing cell wall formation, and improving crop quality and productivity.

Can we mix calcium nitrate with boron?

Yes, calcium nitrate can be mixed with boron to create a fertilizer that supplies both calcium and boron to plants, addressing specific nutrient deficiencies effectively.

Related Fertilizers

Discover our range of related fertilizers, like ammonium sulfate, NPK, and potassium chloride, designed for various soil conditions and crop development phases.

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