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CAL-6 Provides crops with essential calcium. CAL-6 readily enters the plant through foliar or soil application to supplement deficiency by supplying plants in an available biologically secured calcium. In the soil, CAL-6 may assist uptake of nutrients into the plant. Application can be combined with pre-emergent herbicides or combined with nitrogen applications. Sufficient calcium in the leaf may help control heat stress and reduce disease occurrence.


  • Assists in cell wall formation and division
  • Supports efficient plant enzyme activity
  • Helps regulate nutrient flow in the roots and in plant cells
  • Helps regulate function of leaf stomata which aids in managing heat stress
  • Helps reduce plant disease occurrence
  • Promotes enhanced fruit ripening
  • Promotes longer shelf-life of most vegetable crops
  • Promotes nitrogen stability in the soil


Calcium (Ca)…………………………………….6.0%

Derived from Calcium Acetate.

6.0% Organic Matter



CAL-6 is highly concentrated for pro-level performance and value. Dilute with water to ensure adequate coverage. Jar test for compatibility prior to final tank mixing with other products.

LAWNS & GRASSES: Foliar apply 1-4 quarts in 25-100 gallons of water per acre, or for smaller areas apply 4-8 ounces in 5-10 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. Apply every 7-10 days or as needed with sprayer.

AGRICULTURE: (NOTE: Tissue test prior to application to determine ideal rates of application to your plant or crop.)

Side Dress: Apply 2-6 quarts per acre along with either UAN or other nitrogen solution.
Drip Irrigation: Inject 2-4 quarts per acre.
Soil Applied: Apply 1-2 gallons per acre along with UAN or other nitrogen solution.
Foliar: Row and Field Crops, Tobacco and Vegetables: Apply 1-4 quarts in 3-10 gallons of water per acre.


CALCIUM | The primary function of calcium in plant growth is to provide structural support to cell walls. Calcium also serves as a secondary messenger when plants are physically or biochemically stressed.

FOLIAR APPLICATION | Foliar feeding is done by applying liquid fertilizer directly to the leaves. Plants are able to absorb essential elements through their leaves stomata and also through their epidermis.

NUTRIENT UPTAKE | An active uptake process by the plant roots which requires energy is used to move the nutrients into the root and xylem for transport to the growing tissues.

SOIL APPLICATION | Soil application is a method by which fertilizers are applied on the surface across an entire field. The advantages of the soil application methods are that they are relatively fast and economical.

UAN APPLICATION | Urea-Ammonium Nitrate (UAN) solutions are commonly injected into the soil beneath the surface, sprayed onto the soil surface, dribbled as a band onto the surface, added to irrigation water, or sprayed onto plant leaves as a source of foliar nutrition.

United States of America
2.5-gallon (9.46 L) jugs
55-gallon (208.2 L) drum
275-gallon (1040.99 L) tote
Other Countries
10-Liter (2.64 gal) jug
208-Liter (54.95 gal) drum
1040-Liter (274.74 gal) tote