YaraVita CALTRAC

YaraVita Caltrac is a highly concentrated flowable formulation which has 2.5 times the calcium content of chloride or nitrate based liquids. Concentration coupled with excellent crop safety, allows higher calcium inputs to be made.

The formulation makes it easy to measure, pour and mix the product in the spray tank, while giving the highest nutrient content.

The product is specifically formulated to provide maximum crop safety. This helps to ensure that application will not cause damage to the crop which can reduce it's market value.

The purity of raw materials selected for this product makes it safe for application to the crop and helps ensure that the harvested produce will not be rejected at any point in the supply chain.

A controlled particle size gives quick uptake and long lasting effect. This reduces the need for repeat applications saving both time and money.

A broad tankmixability makes it easy to co-apply the products with agrochemicals, saving both time and money. Just as important, free access to Tankmix information online or via smart phones makes it quick and easy to check whether products can be co-applied.



Product application advice

Cranberries: 1 quart/acre at early bloom. Water Rate:50 gallons/acre

Alfalfa / Lucerne

Alfalfa: 1-2 quarts/acre after every cut when there is sufficient leaf cover to intercept the spray. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Apricot

Apricots: Regular applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Under conditions conducive to fruit russet (variety, weather conditions, etc) delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall. Water rate: 15 to 50 gallons/acre. For use in Wisconsin: Caltrac can be applied to this crop in Wisconsin where supplemental calcium has been shown to be of benefit to plant storage organs and where soil test calcium is low. Also on crops where supplemental calcium has been shown to improve the resilience to physiological disorders.

Blueberries

Blueberries: Apply 1-2 quarts/acre, 10 days after petal fall has finished. Repeat application in 14 days. Bushes being grown for a second cropping year should receive the fruiting year programme again. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre.

Cabbage

Cabbage: 1-2 quarts/acre applied from the 4 to 9 leaf stage. Repeat as necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop.

Carrots

Carrots: 1-2 quarts/acre applied when sufficient leaf area is present to intercept the spray. Repeat as necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower: 1-2 quarts applied from the 4 to 9 leaf stage. Repeat as necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 5-50 gallon per acre. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop.

Cereals

Cereals: 1-2 pints. Apply from the 4 leaf stage to pseudo stem erection, ( Zadoks Growth Stage 14 to 30). Water rate: 20 gallons per acre.

Cherries

Cherries: Regular applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Under conditions conducive to fruit russet (variety, weather conditions, etc) delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall. Water rate: 15 to 50 gallons/acre. For use in Wisconsin: Caltrac can be applied to this crop in Wisconsin where supplemental calcium has been shown to be of benefit to plant storage organs and where soil test calcium is low. Also on crops where supplemental calcium has been shown to improve the resilience to physiological disorders.

Courgette

Zucchini/Courgette (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 day intervals during fruit development. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Cranberry

Cranberry: 1-3 pints/acre at early bloom. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre. For use in Wisconsin: This product can be applied in Wisconsin where supplemental calcium has been shown to be of benefit to plant storage organs and where soil test calcium is low. Also on crops where supplemental calcium has been shown to improve the resilience to physiological disorders.

Cucumber

Cucumber (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 day intervals during fruit development. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Cucurbits

Cucurbits (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 day intervals during fruit development. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Date Palm

Date palm: 1-2 Qts/ac. Apply at 10 day intervals on up to 5 occasions from fruit set. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 8 gal/ac minimum.

Conifers

Conifers: 2 quarts/acre at start of new season leaf production and again in early autumn. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons/acre.

Garlic

Garlic: 1½ to 2 quarts/acre applied when the crop is 6 inches tall. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Ginseng

Ginseng: 1-2 quarts/acre once new season growth is well underway. Repeat if necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre.

Wine Grape

Vines: Three applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at cluster stretch, bunch closure (pea sized berries), start of ripening and two weeks later. Water rate: 20 gallons/acre. Late applications may leave a deposit on berries.

Groundnuts / peanuts

Groundnuts/Peanuts: 1-2 quarts/acre at the 4 to 6 leaf stage followed by a second application 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Nectarines

Nectarines: Regular applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 15 to 50 gallons/acre. Under conditions conducive to fruit russet (variety, weather conditions, etc) delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall.

Nuts (Deciduous)

Nuts (deciduous): 1-2 quarts/acre 7 days after petal fall. Water rate: 50 gallons/acre.

Canola

Canola: 1-2 pints/acre at the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat as required for moderate to severe deficiency at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 20 gallons/acre

Olives

Olive: Regular applications of 1 to 2 quarts per acre at 10 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 50 to 100 gallons per acre.

Peach

Peaches: Regular applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 15 to 50 gallons/acre. Under conditions conducive to fruit russet (variety, weather conditions, etc) delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall.

Pears

Pears: Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 10 day intervals applied from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. A single application of up to 2-4 quarts/acre may be made from petal fall to just after "June drop". Minimum water rate: 20 gallons/acre.

Peas

Peas: 1-2 quarts/acre applied at the 4 to 6 inches stage. Consider a second application 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Pepper

Peppers (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre from the 4-6 leaf stage. Allow 7 days between applications. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Plums

Plums: Regular applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 to 14 day intervals from petal fall. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Under conditions conducive to fruit russet (variety, weather conditions, etc) delay applications until 6 weeks after petal fall. Water rate: 15 to 50 gallons/acre.

Soybean

Soybean: 1-2 quarts/acre at the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat if necessary 10 to 14 days later. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Spinach

Spinach: 2 quarts/acre applied from the 4 to 6 leaf stage. Repeat as necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 5-50 gallons per acre.

Squash (Field Grown)

Squash (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 day intervals during fruit development. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.

Sugar Beet

Sugar Beet: 1-2 quarts/acre at 4-6 leaf stage. Repeat if necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals. Water rate: 3 to 20 gallons/acre.

Sweet Potato

Sweet Potatoes: 2-3 applications of 1-2 quarts/acre commencing at tuber initiation with 10 to 14 day intervals between applications. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Tobacco

Tobacco: 1-2 quarts/acre applied two to three weeks after transplanting (3 to 4 leaf stage) and again 10 days later. Water rate: 3 to 50 gallons/acre.

Turnip

Turnip: 1 to 2 quarts/acre applied from the 4 to 9 leaf stage. Repeat as necessary at 10 to 14 day intervals until one month before harvest. Water rate: 5 to 50 gallons/acre.

Water Melon

Water Melons (field grown): Repeat applications of 1-2 quarts/acre at 7 day intervals during fruit development. Note: Late applications may leave a deposit on the crop. Water rate: 20 to 50 gallons/acre.