Calcium Fertilizer Administrator 2014-05-12T19:46:55-06:00
P. 1-780-940-1133 www.calciumchloride.ca
Calcium fertilizers have substances that are specially made to enhance nutrition in plants, which aids in the promotion of plant growth and affects the quality of yielded fruit. In other words, if alkaline or saline soil is affecting your plant growth — and, in turn, crop yield — you may want to turn to calcium fertilizers to help them flourish.
Ward Chemical’s premium organic calcium fertilizer, Soil-Cal, provides plants with the essential resource that they need to thrive. Specifically designed for Western Canada’s agricultural industry needs, it also aids in soil neutralization that creates a favorable environment for your crops.
For more information and guidance, contact us online or at 780-436-4832 and our expert staff will be happy to help you!
Ward Chemical’s organic calcium fertilizer effectively neutralizes soil pH and prevents unwanted soil crusting. Our calcium chloride blend is an excellent source of calcium, which is essential for the proper growth and nutrition of your crops. It also aids in water retention and prevents diseases like sclerotinia.
Another important factor to consider in soil chemistry is solubility. We have designed Soil-Cal to be extremely soluble, since different fertilizers have different solubilities. This enables you to only need gallons for your crops – compared to the hundreds of pounds of granular calcium concentrate to achieve the same result.
Utilizing an organic fertilizer for your soil has an abundance of benefits. First and foremost, organic fertilizers work slowly and effectively. This means that the soil and plant can replenish nutrients more quickly. Second, these fertilizers improve soil quality, making it retain water for longer periods of time. Lastly, they are safe for the environment as opposed to their synthetic counterparts.
Contact Ward Chemical today to get more information on the benefits of using our organic calcium chloride fertilizer. Let Ward Chemical be the factor in your crops producing a higher yield!