CALCIOCIANAMIDE
GRANULAR AND MICRO



CALCIOCIANAMIDE is a nitrogen slow release mineral fertilizer with nematicidal activity and acting as a geosterilizer. When spread in humid environments, it releases cyanamidic acid into soil.

 

  • It defends crops from several pathogens which are found in the first 10-15 cm of soil, either constantly or for a part of their cycle.

  • The cyanamidic acid is completely transformed into slow release nitrogen totally available to plants.

  • Its calcium content improves the availability of micro-elements in the soil.

 

CALCIOCIANAMIDE is a fertilizer suitable for horticultural crops, valuable fruit crops and rice; it remarkably improves production quality.

PACKAGING
5 - 25 - 50 - 600 KG
FORMULATION
Solids - Granules, Solids - Microgranules
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COMPOSITION
  • Total Nitrogen (N) (%w/w) 19,8 %
    • Nitric Nitrogen (N) 1,5 %
    • Cyanamide Nitrogen (N) >15 %
    • Dicyanamide Nitrogen (N) 0,50 %
  • Calcio (CaO) totale >50 %
Dosages and methods of use
    • Rice
      250-350 kg/ha
      About 1 week before submersion

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Orange Tree
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Hazelnut
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Kiwi
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • All
      300-400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Artichoke
      400 kg/ha
      15 days before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Chicory
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Lettuce
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Spinach
      600 kg/ha
      12 to 15 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Spring Cabbage
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Turnip Tops
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Potato
      400 kg/ha
      8 to 10 days before sowing / transplanting

      Incorporate into the soil

    • All
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Apple
      300-400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Pear
      300-400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Apricot
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Nectarine
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Peach
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Plum
      400 kg/ha
      About 2 weeks before vegetative recovery

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Asparagus
      400 kg/ha
      After turion harvest

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Carrot
      600 kg/ha
      12 to 15 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Cauliflower
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Celery
      600 kg/ha
      12 to 15 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Courgette
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Cucumber / Gherkin
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Eggplant
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Fennel
      600 kg/ha
      12 to 15 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Garlic / Scallion
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Leek
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Melon
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Onion
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Pepper
      400 kg/ha
      8 to 10 days before sowing / transplanting

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Strawberry
      400-500 kg/ha
      8 to 10 days before transplanting

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Tomato
      400 kg/ha
      8 to 10 days before sowing / transplanting

      Incorporate into the soil

    • Watermelon
      500 kg/ha
      10 to 12 days before sowing/transplant

      Incorporate into the soil

Dosages are purely indicative and may vary depending on pedoclimatic conditions and average yields expected.

 
LEGEND ICONS
Assofertilizzanti has conferred to ILSA the Quality Mark in agreement with the ICQRF (Central Inspectorate of Protection of Quality and Fraud Repression for agricultural and food). This mark certifies the compliance of the fertilizers to the packs' labels and to the law by taking samples from marketed products.