The fully water-soluble and absorbable Nitrogen contained, is provided without delay to crop and ensures the demand energy required for a quickly growth of the root and the above-ground part of the plant, while its composition improves the intake of other elements (K, Ca, Mg), promotes fruit setting and contributes significantly to increased production.
Unlike Urea, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate has no restrictions on the application time and it responds well, both at low and high ground temperatures.
The minimum soil moisture required to absorb and exploit the Nitrogen by the plants, make Calcium Ammonium Nitrate the best choice for top-dressing fertilization of cereals for all soil types and all climatic zones.
Depending on the requirements of cereals, it can be applied from the beginning of the tillering (weak soils with low plants density) until very late during the culm elongation (high fertile soils with high plants density), giving excellent results in periods which other fertilizers are lagging behind or create serious problems for cereals.
Designed to meet the needs of cereals, Calcium Ammonium Nitrate provides excellent and complete nutrition with Nitrogen, contributes to the robust growth of the crop and increases its yields on grain and protein.
- ● Balanced ratio (50:50) of fast Nitric (NO3) and extend Ammoniacal (NH4) absorbable Nitrogen.
- ● Immediate and medium-term nutrition, adjusted to the needs of the plants.
- ● Year-round reliable supply to crops. Flexible fertilizing schedule.
- ● Protect Nitrogen in the soil and minimize its losses due to leaching and vaporization.
- ● Capacity to utilize the moisture in the soil, which allows for their use in all weather conditions.
- ● Calcium supply to the soil, improves the stability and fertility.
- ● Robust growth of the root system and improved water and nutrient uptake.
- ● Neutral reaction in the soil. Suitable for all soil types.
- ● Additional supply of Magnesium and Boron to crops (Nitrocan special).
- ● Excellent granulometry, which guarantees a wide distribution and a uniform dispersion of Nitrogen to the soil.