Nutrient Percentage per Volume
Specific Gravity 1.49 • 1 U.S. Gallon = 12.43 lbs • pH: 0.40
Treatment of sodic soils depends on many factors such as soil chemical and physical properties,the type of salt, and water quality. The soluble calcium (Ca) found in Calcium Complex 12% displaces Na on soil exchange sites to provide better soil structure as part of am effective sodium managment strategy.
In addition to the General Application Guidelines, use the following specific guidelines for this product:
Sodium problems apply 10-15 fl. oz. per 1000 ft² or 3-5 gallons per acre with 2 or more gallons of water per 1000 ft² and water into the root zone following application.
A jar test should be performed when mixing Calcium Complex 12%™ with any other product.
This product is designed for use in sodic soils where a quick and effective remediation of sodium is required. Calcium Complex works faster than conventional calcium additions to the soil because it is formulated to resist precipitation. Best when used monthly where sodium is a problem, especially on sandy soils during the prime irrigation season.
•Ca stabilizes soil as the dominant cation
•Provides plant available Ca, an essential secondary macronutrient, particularly on sandy soils.
•Soluble Ca substitutes with soil Na, increasing Na solubility and subsequesnt leaching as sodium sulfate (NaSO4)
•Readily available form of calcium nutrition for turf
•Strengthens plant membranes
•Enhances root growth
A jar test should be performed when mixing Calcium Complex 12% with any other products.
Sodium proplems apply 10-15 fl. oz. per 1000 ft2 or 3-5 gallons per acre with 2 or more gallons of water per 1000 ft2 and water into the root zone following application.