Calcium Tomatoes and Peppers

  • Water soluble organic fertilizer with calcium to improve tomato and bell pepper crops.
  • Stable formulation of calcium and organic acids, active in plant metabolism.
  • Prevents and corrects calcium deficiency states. It avoids the rot to apply (tomato and bell pepper peseta).
  • It constitutes a basic contribution in the phenological phases of fruit set and fruit set, so important to ensure productivity.
  • 100% Natural and Harmless to animals and plants.

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Water soluble organic fertilizer with Calcium to improve firmness, fruit set and cracking problems. It provides firmness and quality to fruits thanks to its excellent penetration capacity and an efficient translocation of nutrients to the areas of demand.

Stable calcium formulation, whose high organic load gives it an additional advantage as an activator of plant metabolism. In general, it prevents and corrects calcium deficiency states. It constitutes a basic contribution in the phenological phases of fruit set and fruit set, so important to ensure productivity. This favors the final quality of the fruit and avoids possible nutritional imbalances that can lead to fruit cracking or apical rot in horticultural crops.

What is Calcio?

Calcium is a structural component of the cell wall and is involved in the permeability of the plasma membrane. Thus, it intervenes in the transport of photoassimilates, i.e., it contributes to fruit filling. The growth of new shoots and new roots depends on optimal calcium levels. Deficiencies are manifested in the young organs of the plant, given the low mobility via phloem.

Lack of calcium in tomatoes and peppers

Apical rot is a disease caused by a lack of calcium. If your soil is calcareous and you suffer from this physiopathology, it is because the calcium in the soil is blocked and cannot be assimilated by the plants. This calcium locks with phosphorus in the soil forming calcium triphosphate. It can occur in acidic or poorly irrigated soils because without water they do not absorb calcium. We can solve it with applications of products containing calcium, but they must be products with calcium chelated by organics, so that the calcium molecule can penetrate the plant, otherwise the calcium will act as a simple displacer of salts. The application of calcium should be started at the beginning of the crop, because calcium is a large molecule that is difficult to move inside the plant, and if we treat when we already see the problem or deficiency, we will continue to have a small decrease until the plant absorbs the calcium.