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Calcium Chelate


Product Overview

Calcium Chelate is an EDTA chelated microgranule formulation that contains 9.5% calcium. Calcium Chelate is used for treatment of soils and crops where calcium deficiency is diagnosed or suspected. This product is particularly suitable for foliar applications, inclusion in liquid feeds and hydroponic mixes, and for soil applications. It is soluble in water and phosphate-based fertilizers.

Calcium Chelate


  • EDTA chelated
  • Microgranule formulation
  • Compatible with agrochemicals and fertilizers
  • High level of solubility


  • Compatible with Miller phosphate fertilizers in drip systems
  • Mixes directly with AN 20 fertilizer
  • Will not displace soil potassium
  • Strengthens cell walls which can lead to increased fruit firmness
  • Supplements root calcium availability

How Does It Work?

Calcium deficiency usually appears in the young leaves and near the growing points of stems and in the roots. The young leaves may be severely distorted with the tips hooked back and the margins curled backward or forward. The leaf margins may show brown scorching or spotting effects with spectacular die-back of stems near the growing points. These effects are most pronounced in tomato and celery crops. Calcium deficiencies  normally appear during the rapid growing, flowering and/or fruiting stages. Blossom End Rot is one such example of a calcium deficiency. Calcium Chelate should be applied in multiple applications to help meet the plant’s calcium needs.


  • Group 3

    Key crops include, but are not limited to: strawberries, raspberries, tomatoes, bell peppers, celery and lettuce

  • Scientific Farming

    Foliar applications, soil applications and/or inclusion in a hydroponic program

  • Farming Drone

    Physically compatible in spray tanks with most agrochemicals

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    Review label for specific application rates and recommendations

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