MAINSTAY Ca %25
Transporting of Calcium is Now Easy
Calcium is one of the most important elements in the hardening of tissues, development of bud and root tips, and carbohydrate transport. One of the most important functions of calcium is to harden the fruit cell wall. If the plant suffers from calcium deficiency during flowering, it produces fewer flowers, weakens the fruit and vegetable peel, and causes some physiological disorders. Calcium is found in calcareous soils, but plants in general do not get it. In addition, other factors such as boron deficiency also reduce calcium intake. Therefore, calcium is an essential element from the moment the petals begin to fall, until the fruit reaches 1/3 the size.