Collection: Calcium carbonate tomato plants

The granulometry of calcium carbonate used in the cultivation of tomato plants can vary according to the specific needs of each crop and soil. However, in general, it is recommended to use calcium carbonate with a fine granulometry, that is, with a particle size of less than 150 microns (0.15 mm).

Calcium carbonate with a fine granulometry dissolves more easily in the soil, which allows better absorption of nutrients by plants. In addition, it helps regulate the pH of the soil, which is important for the healthy growth and development of tomato plants.

It is important to note that the amount and frequency of calcium carbonate application will depend on the specific conditions of each crop and soil, so it is recommended to consult with an agricultural specialist to determine the proper dosage.

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