Hi-Cals (35% calcium )  
  1. High-Cals contains a high level of concentrated organic calcium oxide (over 35% CaO). 
  2. High-Cals exhibits the highest rate of absorption without leaving any stains (white spots). 
  3. High-Cals contains an abundance of bioactive amino acids (methionine, leucine, proline, cysteine, etc.). 
  4. The product effectively prevents poor shoot growth, unhealthy rind, poor storage, and fruit malformation that are caused by calcium deficiency.

 How to Use
  • For physiological obstacles: 350g/500L foliage dressing 
  • For suppressing plant height: 700g/500L foliage dressing
  • Please comply with the indicated dilution ratio; when the temperature is high (over 30℃) at the green house or the open field, prepare the concentration with two times the indicated dilution ratio.
  • The product can be used with the common pesticides; however, using it with alkaline, lime-bordeaux or mycin-based agents is strictly forbidden as they may damage the crop. For any pesticides whose effects after co-use with High-Cals are uncertain, make sure to test a small amount before use. 
  • After each use, the product should be sealed and stored in a cool area. 
  • Sometimes, the product may harden by absorbing the moisture in the air although this does not affect the efficacy and the product can be used safely.
Assured component: water soluble oxidized lime 
35% water soluble calcium, 15% calcium citrate (chelate calcium)

● Calcium Absorption Test on Radioisotope-treated Tomato and Citrus Fruits 

Table 1. Ca absorption depending on its compound in tomato and citrus leaves
Ca compounds
Absorption rate
  • The absorption rate deviates according to the cuticle or wax layer of the leaf surface 
  • Overall, the highest absorption rate is exhibited by calcium nitrate (Ca(NO3)2) although the compound may affect fruit maturing or coloring due to nitrogen absorption. 
  • High-Cals is the wise choice for improving fruit quality without special considerations. 
  • The best effects are expected from citrus fruits, apples, persimmons, and prunes, whose cuticle and wax layers are well-developed.