Solution/Greenhouse Grade Calcium Nitrate fertilizer
Completely soluble calcium nitrate, the single hydrated ammonium calcium nitrate crystalline double salt compound.
Nitrogen content is 15.5% [14.5% nitrate and 1.0% ammonium] and calcium content is 19%. Both nutrients are completely water soluble and immediately available for uptake by plant roots. It is not a 5.1 oxidizer and doesn’t require security measures mandated by the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Transportation, Customs or Coast Guard.
"Liva" is the Old Norse word for "life."
YaraLiva Calcinit is a fully water soluble nitrogen and calcium fertilizer. It is a free flowing, fine granular or prilled material which dissolves quickly in water without any residues.
YaraLiva Calcinit is suited to application through all fertigation systems - hydroponics, drip systems, low volume sprinklers, center pivots and spray units.
YaraLiva Calcinit is free of chlorine and sodium.
|Total N||15.5%||Solubility (20º C)||1200 g/l water|
|Nitrate N||14.5%||WC (1g/l at 25º C)||1.2 mS/cm|
|Ammoniacal N||1.1% (1.5% max)||pH (10% solution)||6.0|
|Soluble Calcium (Ca)||19%||Color||White|
|Water Insolubles||0.1% (max)||Bulk Density||68 lb/ft3+- 5% Loose|
Directly available for plant uptake, resulting in fast and predictable growth responses. Non-volatile nor adsorbed to soil particles, leaving it readily available to plants. The preferred nitrogen source for most horticultural and high value agricultural crops. Improves plant uptake of the cations potassium, calcium and magnesium.
Cell wall strength, leading to better quality, shelf life and increases marketable crop yields. Cell wall strength, helping plants tolerate disease. Helps to maintain an optimum root environment for high yielding crops. Tolerance to heat stress.
YaraLiva™ Calcinit™, derived from Ammonium Calcium Nitrate Double Salt, can be mixed with all water soluble fertilizers, except stock solutions containing either phosphate or sulphate.
2.0 - 4.0 mm = 90%
<2.0 mm = 10%
Blossom end rot in tomatoes, tip burn in lettuce, internal rust spot in potatoes are some of the most commonly seen symptoms of calcium deficiency. Calcium uptake takes place passively through the transpiration stream, and it is essential that a fully water soluble supply of calcium is available in the rootzone when plants need it most.
One gram dissolved in one gallon of water yeilds 41 ppm nitrate nitrogen and 50 ppm calcium.
- Calcium Nitrate MSDS
- calcium nitrate_TDS_CalcinitGG0410.pdf
50 pound bags and full pallets (49 x 50# bags)