What is CaluSolv™?
CaluSolv™ is a calcium-based soil conditioner enhanced with other soil amendment ingredients. The combined synergy of this blend yields a powerful soil health restoration product. The guaranteed plant food analysis is 10-0-0-13Ca
CaluSolv™ is uniquely designed to improve all types (sand, loam or heavy clay) of soils.
CaluSolv™ improves microbial diversity and activity in the soil, unlocking banked unavailable nutrients.
CaluSolv™ supports soil balance and proper ratios between calcium and other nutrients.
CaluSolv™ improves cation exchange capacity (chemical benefits).
CaluSolv™ increases soil flocculation leading to the reduction of excess compaction and increases in water-holding capacity.
CaluSolv™ benefits the soil
in many different ways:
- Reduces compaction
- Increases water holding capacity (WHC)
- Develops good soil structure
- Increases soil aeration
- Facilitates better soil nutrient cycling
- Higher nutrient density (quality)
- Healthy crops are more resistant to insects and disease
- Enhanced root development increases drought tolerance
- Improves soil water infiltration rates
- Improves water holding capacity
Soil Density Benefits
- Reduces soil compaction
- Improves aeration of soil
- Improves soil structure through increased soil flocculation
- Promotes granular soil structure
- Increases granular soil structure and aggregate stability
- Increases nutrient recycling
- Increases the availability of essential nutrients to plants
- Leads to a healthier plant root structure and increased plant root mass
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