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How to solve Crops Calcium Deficiency?

Calcium Deficiency is a serious problem for crops, results in a large loss of production.
Symptoms of Calcium Deficiency in Crops:
  • The number of malformed fruits and the rate of dehiscent fruit increasing



  • The dropping of flowers and fruits become serious



  • The disease for fruits: chicken claw of pears, bitter pox of apples,navel rot of tomatoes and cabbage with new leaves withered.


It is necessary to supplement Ca during crop growth periods. The formation of the cytoderm and cuticle in Crops requires a large amount of calcium.
However, the calcium has a poor mobility in the crops. Fruit bagging reduceds the transpiration greatly, thus affecting the calcium absorption and transportion. Soil pH value and volume of rainfall also affect the effectiveness of calcium significantly. In traditional fertilizer, calcium is difficult to be absorbed and utilized by crops.
How does Monband Super Cal-Mag Fertilizer solve the problem?
  • Use the nitrate nitrogen with quick nitrogen supply, which can be directly absorbed by crops, not easy to drain and volatilize.
  • Supply calcium and magnesium at the same time. Magnesium is the only metal ion in the chlorophyll molecule, which has an important effect on photosynthesis of crops. The Ca : Mg is 4: 1 that in line with the needs of fruit trees and vegetables.
  • A particle complete water soluble fertilizer, which is easy to be applied by broadcasting, drip irrigation and foliar spraying.



How to treat and prevent Fruit Burst?

Fruit burst is one of the most common problems in agriculture, which results in a large loss of production and a lack of commercial value of the fruit.

The cases are as follows:

The bursting of the results of one or all of the following reasons:

  • Irrigation disorder (irregular, thirsty and abundant irrigation, high temperature irrigation at noon).
  • Abrupt increase in nitrogen fertilization doses.
  • Overuse of magnification compounds.
  • The temperature variation between day and night.
  • Low calcium and boron balance.



  • Spray fertilizer every 15 days with foliar calcium.
  • Stop potassium fertilization immediately.
  • Regularization of irrigation according to the type of soil.
  • No irrigation at noon or at high temperatures.



  • It is important to add calcium at the start of the plant cycle until the end of the crop.
  • Regular watering is very important especially at the start of flowering and setting.
  • An excess of nitrogen fertilization can lead to the same problem because of the growth accumulates of the external tissues very quickly at the expense of the internal tissue, therefore it is necessary to balance the fertilization and avoid wasting.

Crop Needs

Each crop needs a different range of nutrients at every critical stage of its development.
For example, nitrogen and phosphorous are often more critical at early stages of growth to fuel root and leaf development, whereas zinc and boron are important during flowering.
Cereal crops use nutrients for growth, progressively moving them from the roots, leaves and stems into the ear prior to the dying off and harvesting of the grain.
Tree crops have different nutrient requirements than field crops. They can store nutrients like nitrogen within their trunk, branches and leaves and then redistribute them at key points during the growth cycle.  It is important, however, to supply trees with replacement levels of the nutrients removed in the harvested fruit and those that are critical for growth but can’t be recycled.
High-value, high-quality greenhouse crops have perhaps the greatest need for nutritional precision. Top- quality strawberries, lettuce or fruit require a constant and accurately balanced diet. Growers therefore often control crop growth by spoon-feeding plants with what they need in an environment protected from the changing soil and weather conditions.
In all situations, it is important that fertilizer formulation and selection matches the crop’s needs. We have an established and highly successful range of crop nutrition management programs that do just that.
Armed with this information and the right MONBAND product, the grower can ensure nutrient needs are met and growth and crop quality is maximized.  This provides high yields and high profits from the use of high-quality fertilizers.

Full nutrient and scientific crop solutions

Our fertilizers range from those based on the most widely needed nutrients – Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K) – to those secondary nutrients, such as calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg), to micronutrients that help prevent or cure deficiencies resulting from particular soil or crop conditions.
If crops lack any of these nutrients, yield and profitability are reduced. That’s why we offer not only a product range that meets all crop nutrition needs, but also crop-specific advice and services.


"Fertigation" is the combined application of water and nutrients to a crop – a mix of fertilizer and irrigation. It can be adapted to all types of crops, but is most common in cash-crop segments, rather than broad-acre or arable crops.



Foliar applications are used for targeted input at the crop’s key growth stages. By spraying directly onto the crop, nutrient availability can be controlled and soil interaction avoided.