Product Details :
- Grade : Organic
- Place of Origin : India
- State : Liquid
- Supply Ability : 150000 Kilograms Per Day
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Bio-available Calcium (Organic plant nutrient)
It is a biotechnologically derived product in organic complexed form & it is bio-available to crops under various environmental conditions. The product is based on natural complexing agents unlike synthetic agents available widely in market, which lodge themselves in the soil and are not biodegradable and not completely absorbed by the crops. ENGIMINS Ca contains Calcium complexed with multiple organic acids. Calcium bonds with multiple organic acids to form organic-complexed nutrient. This bond facilitates the encapsulation of nutrients till the time it is released to the crops and ensures complete bioavailability even in less concentration of nutrients.
Bioavailability is generally defined as the degree to which nutrient in the product is absorbed in a form that can be metabolized by the host.
Since calcium mobility in plants is limited, calcium deficiency will appear in younger leaves (die back or burns) and in fruits (blossom end rot, bitter pit), because they have a very low transpiration rate. Therefore, it is necessary to have a constant supply of bioavailable Calcium for continued growth.
Calcium is taken up through the root tips in the soil. In times of calcium demand by the plant, it may not be able to satisfy its needs by root uptake. This results in internal brown spot for potatoes, blossom end rot in tomatoes, etc. Foliar addition of ENGIMINS Ca assures adequate nutrients for membranes, cell wall development and plant structure.
Bioavailable Calcium is very important during the formation of fruit. It will help build a firmer fruit which will have a longer shelf life. It makes lettuce or celery type crops more fibrous. It increases fruit firmness. It increases fruit storage time, rapid leaf uptake and utilization.
Calcium is an essential plant nutrient. It has many roles:
- Participates in metabolic processes of other nutrients uptake.
- Promotes proper plant cell elongation.
- Strengthens cell wall structure - calcium is an essential part of plant cell wall. It forms compounds which give stability to cell walls and bind cells together.
- Participates in enzymatic and hormonal processes.
- It ensures structural/physiological stability in the plants
- ENGIMINS-Ca is bio available formulation to correct calcium deficiency in all crops/soil.
- General method of application: (For detail application schedule, please go through dosage tables)
- Apply at 5 ml per lit of water through foliar spray/soil drenching/drip
- Irrigation, 3 times during vegetative growth stage and reproductive stage and when deficiency symptoms appear.
- 1st Application at 7 days after transplantation/ early vegetative phase.
- 2nd Application during flowering stages
- 3rd Application during panicle initiation or fruit formation.
Note: Base your application on soil, petiole or tissue analysis. The lower rates should be used for maintenance while the higher rates will correct nutritional deficiency
|Price||Minium Order Quantity|
|800 to 2000 INR/Kilograms||100 Kilograms|
|Product Name||State||Place of Origin||Grade||Color|
|Engimins Ca Plant Nutrients||Liquid||India||Chemical||Multi color available|
|Supply Ability||Packaging Details||Delivery Time||Main Domestic Market|
|150000 Kilograms Per Day||1 Ltr bottles, 25 ltr canisters, 200 ltr barrels, 10 kg bags, Bulk||7-45 Days||All India|
Number of sprays
3 to 6
1st at flowering, 2nd at fruit
setting,3rd at fruit growing stage,4th
at 3 weeks before harvesting.Repeat
at petal fall.Use higher application on
Bitterpit sensitive crops
First spray during flower bud formation,
2nd at fruit development stage,3rd at
the beginning of fruit colour change
Soy Beans, Beans, Groundnuts, Maize Wheat, Oats, Barley, Field crops
First spray in growth phase. Repeat the sprays at 10 to 15 days intervals.
First spray at 15 days after Cucurbits, transplantation. Repeat at 10 days intervals.
Onion, Potato, Garlic
First spray starting at tuber initiation.
Repeat the sprays at 10 to 15 days intervals.
First spray at emergence of 1st square formation. 2nd spray at flowering stage. 3rd spray 30 days after 2nd spray.
1st spray in vegetative growth.
2nd spray at bud formation.
3rd spray at flower growth
4th spray at the time cutting.
1st spray in vegetative growth.
2nd spray in reproductive growth.
3rd spray, 10 to 15 days before cutting.
First at 30 days after planting.
2nd at 60/90 days planting.