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What is CaluSolv™?

CaluSolv™ is a granular soil conditioner that is designed to unleash the natural potential of your soil. It is based on well-established scientific principles concerning the benefits of calcium. Field experience and university research indicate many soil benefits, including:

  • Enhanced microbial activity
  • Enhanced aggregation and soil structure
  • Reduced soil compaction and surface crusting
  • Reduce water runoff and soil erosion
  • Improved aeration and water infiltration
  • Greater water-holding capacity of soil

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

    CaluSolv impacts soil health

    in three distinct ways:

    Biologically

    CaluSolvincreases microbial diversity and activity in the soil, which increases the availability of essential nutrients.

    Chemically

    CaluSolv enables soil particles to more effectively bond with essential nutrients, which creates an ideal environment for plant growth.

    Physically

    CaluSolv restructures the soil to reduce compaction and achieve ideal aeration and moisture levels.

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    Weeds, A Plant out of Place?

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