Calcium (Ca) deficiency is a condition that poses vital problems for the plant due to the lack of sufficient calcium in the development process and growing environment of the plant. Since the mobility of calcium within the plant is quite limited, the deficiency in fruits is frequent. The reasons for this are; the problems of transport within the plant of calcium, problems in irrigation or excessive use of potassium and nitrogen fertilizers can be listed as excessive use. In such cases, adverse conditions that affect direct efficiency such as bitter decay, flower rot, root and flyspeck can be seen. With the application of Perla Cal Plus with an appropriate irrigation program in such adverse conditions, the plant’s required calcium is intaken in optimum conditions. Boron, which is contained in its content, is the easiest and fastest to take calcium compared to other alternatives.
|Crops||DOSAGE (FOLIAR)||APPLICATION PERIOD|
|Open field vegetables||200-250 /100Lt.||
Taking into account the time the calcium is moved to the storage organs in all crop groups, the first application is before flowering,
2nd application is after flowering
It is recommended that the 3rd application is before the harvest. In cases of calcium deficiency, the number of dosages and applications can be increased.
|Greenhouse vegetables||200-250 cc/100Lt.|
|Citrus, fruit trees||200-250 cc/100Lt.|
|Industrial Crops, wheat, cotton, corn, potatoes, sunflower||300-400 cc/100Lt.|
|Vineyard, melon, watermelon, strawberries||250-300 cc/100Lt.|
|Ornamental plants, cut flowers||150-200 cc/100Lt.|
|Soil application: 1.5-2 Lt./Da. 1-2 application from pre-flowering to harvest period|