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Instructions for use of fertilizer Kalimagneziya

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Kalimagneziya (Kalimag) is a soluble mineral fertilizer with several nutrients. It is made from natural minerals. Kalimagneziya and kalimag are different substances, but the differences between them are insignificant; they do not matter to the farmer. The drug is produced by various companies; retail sale most often packing of 1 kg and 3 kg. Instructions for the use of this fertilizer are presented below.

Composition and purpose

Externally, the mass looks like powder or granules (or their mixture) of a gray or grayish-brick shade. Contains two basic components - potassium sulfate and magnesium sulfate. These substances, dissolving well in water or wet soil, become sources of available potassium, magnesium and sulfur. Sometimes there is an admixture of a small amount of chlorine - but not more than 1%, which makes it possible to consider this fertilizer to be non-chlorine.

Kalimagneziya - granulated or powdered potassium-magnesium non-chlorine fertilizer

Kalimag is used for dry application to the ground, as well as for liquid root and foliar dressings. The beneficial effect of the drug is most fully manifested in the growth phase of tubers and root crops, fruit ripening.

The effect is especially noticeable on lands such as:

  • light sandy and sandy sand (feed need multiple, phased);
  • raw peat;
  • sod-podzolic (especially sour, light and medium texture);
  • poor loam.
Fertile chernozem and sierozem, as a rule, do not need to make kalimag.

Mechanism of action

Potassium magnesia is especially valuable in that its components complement each other.

Potassium

  • responsible for the absorption of water;
  • relieves temperature stress;
  • forms tubers and ovaries;
  • improves the taste, color, safety of the crop;
  • increases winter hardiness.
Signs of potassium deficiency

When potassium starvation plants become sluggish, growth of ovaries and tubers is inhibited. Foliage (especially lower) turns yellow or brown between the veins, covered with dark spots. The fruits of cucumbers are thinning at the base (take the shape of a pear).

Magnesium

  • part of chlorophyll, regulates photosynthesis;
  • helps to absorb phosphorus;
  • in fruits and tubers increases the amount of carbohydrates (sugars, starch), vitamin C.
Signs of Magnesium Deficiency

Deficiency of this element leads to the destruction of chlorophyll. The leaf veins remain bright green, but the rest of the leaf space turns yellow or orangish, then turns red or brown. Break off the lower leaves, delayed the overall development. Fruits do not accumulate sweets, and tubers - starch.

Sulfur

  • helps to synthesize chlorophyll;
  • develops the root system (especially in plants of the legume family);
  • it is a component of tissues and vegetable oils (in the cruciferous family, as well as onions and garlic).

Sulfur deficiency is manifested in blanching and shallowing of sheet plates, inhibition of root growth.

Signs of Sulfur Deficiency

Root and foliar nutrition of potash-magnesium fertilizer prevents deterioration of nutrition, especially in light soils and sensitive crops.

Plants that are responsive to making calmagnezia

Fertilizer is especially rich in potassium and is ideal for those crops that need it (and at the same time do not tolerate chlorine). A solid amount of magnesium and assimilable sulfur make Kalimag attractive to many plants.

Feeding will be delighted:

  • grapes;
  • potatoes;
  • cucumbers; zucchini; melons and gourds;
  • tomatoes, peppers, eggplants;
  • beans, beans, peas;
  • sunflower;
  • sugar beet;
  • cabbage, radish, daikon, radish, turnip, rutabaga, turnip;
  • onions, garlic;
  • carrots, beets, celery root;
  • strawberry, raspberry, black currant, cherry, apple;
  • hvoyniki;
  • roses;
  • ornamental crops with an abundance of foliage;
  • grazing grass;
  • buckwheat.
Kalimagnezia is used as a mineral fertilizer on almost most soils, plants especially sensitive to chlorine are in need of its application.
Yield increase can be 30-40%. Significantly increases the nutritional value of the crop, significantly improves the taste. Winter hardiness of fruit and berry and ornamental crops increases, the bud of flower buds improves.

Advantages and disadvantages

Like many other fertilizers, Kalimag requires strict adherence to dosages. We must not forget that it is a chemical.

Minuses:

  1. In comparison with potassium sulphate and potassium chloride, in it less potassium mass fraction.
  2. Compared with magnesium sulphate, it contains less magnesium and sulfur.
  3. Ineffective on chernozem and sierozem (magnesium sulfate is more useful here).
  4. It is impossible apply on solonetz (increases salinization).
  5. Washed out quickly on light and wet lands.
  6. Toxic for plants with excessive application (darkening and diminishing foliage).
Kalimag fertilizer helps to significantly increase the yield of many crops.

Pros:

  1. Contains a 3-component complex of substances complement each other's action - this is an advantage over more simple ones: Chloride and Potassium Sulphate, Magnesium Sulphate, Dolomite flour, Potash-lime mixture.
  2. No toxic for many chlorine plants (unlike potassium chloride).
  3. Good dissolves.
  4. Not slyaksha when stored.
  5. Suitable for different types of dressingsin any month of the season.
  6. Fast and full absorbed by plants.
  7. Is suitable for many cultures.

This fertilizer complex has no significant drawbacks. Subject to the recommendations shows high efficiency.

General rules for feeding with Kalimag

Fertilizer is useful in the garden and the garden throughout the season.

The application rate depends on where the fertilizer is applied.
  1. Autumn or spring pouring under plowing, Digging: 3-4 kg per hundred.
  2. Brought dry (and loosens) in the spring in the root zone of trees and bushes: 35 g per 1 square. meter. At the end of August - a similar procedure for strawberries and conifers.
  3. For fruit and berry crops: spraying during the period of growth of the ovaries (20 g per 10 l of water).
  4. Potatoes (for starchiness and porosity): 1 teaspoon per well when planting. Before hilling sprinkle 200 g per 10 square meters. meters; or sprinkle during budding, water at the beginning of the growth of tubers (20 g per 10 liters of water).
  5. Watering or spraying root vegetables, onions, garlic - In the initial stage of thickening the underground part: 25 g per bucket of water.
  6. Tomatoes, cucumbers, other vegetables: 2-3 root and foliar fertilizing during the growing season (20 g per bucket of water).
  7. Ornamental plants: spraying before flowering and watering at the end of summer: 25 g per bucket of water.
Equal volumes of water and kalimaga weigh the same: a teaspoon - 5 g, dining - 15 g, a glass - 200 g

Instructions for use for grapes

For grapes, the sugar content of berries is especially important. Kalimag is one of the most effective means for sugar accumulation. With a shortage of food, the grapes are drying out. In addition, this fertilizer increases the winter resistance of the grape bush.

For grapes, they use Kalimagnesia as the main fertilizer and fertilizer.
  1. In July or August (at the time of an active increase in the size of the ovary) liquid root dressing is given: 1 tbsp. spoon on 10 liters. water - on 1 bush. A solution of a similar concentration can also be carried out by 2-3 spraying.
  2. In the autumn 20 g is applied to the root zone of each bush (loosen dry and water).

Mixing rules

Kalimag is not recommended to combine with urea, stimulants and pesticides.

First aid for poisoning

Belonging to the III class of danger suggests that a substance can only become dangerous if it is used for other than its intended purpose. May cause poisoning if swallowed. In this case, vomiting can not be called; You need to drink 2-3 glasses of water with crushed tablets of activated charcoal (10-15 pieces), seek medical help.

Shelf life and storage conditions

Kalimagneziya fertilizer is non-toxic, fire and explosion-proof, the shelf life is not limited

Warranty period of storage - 5 years after production. However, the chemical is stable, and the real shelf life is not limited.

The drug does not impose special requirements on storage conditions: does not burn, does not explode, does not compress, does not absorb moisture from the air. It should only be protected from water: it dissolves easily.

Kalimagneziya is an affordable, easy-to-use means for increasing yields. This is one of the best products that improve the presentation and nutritional value of the crop.

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