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Background

Ca Mg S Granule

Ca Mg S Granule is a granular water dispersible soil conditioner. Ca Mg S Granule is used to improve soil structure and to correct soil calcium, Magnesium and sulphur deficiencies by adding Ca, Mg and S as soil nutrients.

Particulars Parameters
Moisture % by weight max. 4.0%
Calcium (as Ca) % by weight min. 10.0%
Sulphur (as S)% by weight min. 10.0%
Magnesium (as Mg) % by weight min. 5.0%
Nitrogen % by weight min. 1.0%
Phosphate (as P2O5) % by weigt min. 0.5%
Potassium (as K2O)% by weight max. 0.4%
Boron ( as B )% by weight max. 0.5%
  • Ca Mg S Granule can be used to increase the pH of acidic soils or reduce the pH of sodic soils. Ca Mg S Granule can help increase broader nutrient availability, balance calcium, magnesium and sulfur ratios and favor increased soil microbial activity helping to break down excess organic matter.
  • The addition of Ca Mg S Granule can help displace sodium and aluminium in the soil profile creating a healthier root zone.
  • Ca Mg S Granule helps flocculate soil particles allowing for improved infiltration of water and nutrients into the soil profile. This is particularly useful on “heavy” or clay soil profiles that are compacted or hold water, reducing nutrient runoff and erosion.
  • Sulfur in this product is the fourth largest element. After application, it can quickly solve the symptoms of yellow leaves, slow growth, small plants, and poor development caused by sulfur deficiency.
  • Magnesium in this product can promote the formation of chlorophyll, increase the photosynthesis of crops, promote the synthesis and transfer of organic nutrients such as plant nucleic acids and proteins, and make the grain of agricultural products full and fruiting.

Grapes & Banana, Citrus, Mango, Tomato, Pomegranate, Groundnut, Cotton, Soyabean, Coconut, Potato, Brinjal, Onion, Garlic, Cumin, Chillies, Beans, Okra, Pea, Tomato, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Sugarcane, Paddy, Rice, Wheat, Sorghum, Bajra, Lawns, Gardens, Green House, Etc.

50 kgs to 100 kgs per acre

Method of application: Soil application