It is a supplement and corrector of Calcium and Magnesium deficiencies, indispensable elements throughout the crop, CAL-MAG FORZE, provides in the right proportion:
Nitrogen(N) + Calcium (Ca) + Magnesium (Mg) + Boron(B)
Use by irrigation or foliar route.
CALCIUM: It is responsible for regulating cell walls and their elongation. The high ratio between calcium and resistance tissues, such as the cell wall, affects the incidence of parasites and fungal diseases
It intervenes in the entire metabolism of the plant, in the stomatal regulation and in the absorption of nutritive elements.
A calcium deficiency affects the final quality of the flowers/fruits, as well as the final production.
It protects from stress due to excess temperatures and plays a very important role in regulating the structure of the soil.
*We do not use calcium from chloride*. Calcium chloride, salinizes and increases the pH of the soil, consequently affects the roots in a negative way. It substantially increases the E.C (electro conductivity of water) leaving less space to provide the rest of the nutrients.
We must highlight this point since it is very important, HORIZON NUTRITECH, uses both macroelements and microelements of the highest quality and availability for plants.
MAGNESIUM: Fundamental to perform the photosynthesis of plants, it is a basic component of chlorophyll intervening in the greenery of plants.
Fundamental for the synthesis and storage of carbohydrates and proteins.
It is involved in the photosynthetic fixation of Co2 as well as in the activation of different types of enzymes.
IRON: It participates in the photosynthesis and biosynthesis of chlorophyll. It avoids metabolic imbalances,in alkaline soils the availability of this for the plant becomes little assimilable.
It participates as a structural component and as an enzymatic cofactor.
Iron is essential and irreplaceable for the synthesis of chlorophyll.
BORON: It is fundamental to the hormonal system of plants. It favors the transfer of sugars in the plant and participates in the construction of the cell wall.
It helps the translocation/movement of calcium to the tips (apexes) of the branches, especially when there are low temperatures, thus avoiding cell walls and weak tissues giving rise to fungal diseases such as botrytis
It helps metabolize nitrogen and has a very important effect on flowering and sugar production.