|Contents: 16,8 % water soluble calcium oxide (223 g/l CaO)|
|Density: 1,33 kg/l|
|pH-value: 7,8 - 8,8|
|Lebosol-Calcium is compatible with the common plant protection products. Since not all the influences appearing in practice are predictable, a compatibility test with small amounts of the products provided for the spraying is always useful. Don't mix with fertilizers containing phosphate or sulfate. In case of mixture with fertilizers or plant protection products fill sprayer up to 2/3 with water and add products separately. Add Lebosol®-Calcium as the last component.|
|not below 4°C|
|The active substance of the product and its effects|
|Calcium availability is low on acidic, sandy or light soil (eluviation), acid peat soils and during aridness. Calcium deficiency often appears in case of high nitrogen or potash content in the fruit and in big fruits.
Calcium deficiency is shown by tipburn, leaves rolled inwards, damaged growing points, reduced fruit firmness, bitter pit and low storage potential.
|In crops which are insensitive to chloride In crops which are insensitive to chloride||supply with calcium||5 - 10 l/ha as a foliar application in at least 500 l water. during application with knapsack sprayer at 1 % g|
|Pip fruit||fruit firmness, prevention of bitter pit and pysiological storage diseases||several applications with 7 - 10 l/ha from walnut size until harvest|
|Strawberries||fruit firmness, fruit size, conservation||3 x 5 l/ha in combination with 5 l/ha Lebosol-Calphos at each time between blossom and beginning of harvest|
|Berries||fruit firmness, fruit size, conservation||3 x 5 l/ha in combination with 5 l/ha Lebosol-Calphos at each time from fruit setting until harvest|
|Stone fruit||fruit firmness||2 x 10 l/ha from fruit setting until harvest|
|Fruit vegetables||fruit firmness, against flower rot, supply with calcium||3 - 4 x 5 l/ha from fruit setting up|
|Crucifers, leaf vegetables, bulbous vegetables||against inner necrosis and leaf-edge necrosis in salad, supply with calcium||several applications with 5 l/ha from 10 - 14 days up after planting|