SOMEWHERE ALONG
THE WAY WE LOST FOCUS On
TRUE BENEFITS
OF OUR SOIL!

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.

BY ADDRESSING SOIL HEALTH,
CALUSOLV™ SOLVES THE ISSUES FARMERS FACE INSTEAD OF JUST MANAGING THEM

WE FIX SOIL

CaluSolv benefits the soil

in many different ways:

Soil Benefits

  • Reduces compaction
  • Increases water holding capacity (WHC)
  • Develops good soil structure
  • Increases soil aeration
  • Facilitates better soil nutrient cycling

Crop Benefits

  • Higher nutrient density (quality)
  • Healthy crops are more resistant to insects and disease
  • Enhanced root development increases drought tolerance

Hydrologic Benefits

  • 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

Microbial Benefits

  • 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

Latest News

What’s happening at CaluSolv™

Alfalfa; Winterkill – What causes it?

Alfalfa; Winterkill – What causes it?

At current one of the most profitable crops in agriculture market is Alfalfa. A high demand, long-term perennial that can be marketed to producers of virtually any species of livestock.  In my more frequent travels to Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio winterkill...

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Where do plants get their nutrients?

Where do plants get their nutrients?

Jan Baptista Van Helmont                       Helmont's Willow Tree Experiment                     The 5-year Willow Tree experiment is perhaps Helmont's best-known scientific work. Helmont planted a 5-pound willow in an earthen pot with 200 pounds of dried soil....

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Weeds, A Plant out of Place?

Weeds, A Plant out of Place?

Many of us who deal with agriculture daily have been taught over the years that a weed is a plant out of place. From that training, we move forward and begin to teach and share with others what we were taught.   Then one day we realize that what we were taught wasn't...

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