Oxi SUPER

Corrective action fertilizer that contains calcium and magnesium hydroxide with sulfur in its formulation.

ABOUT oxiSUPER

It is a fertilizer with corrective action that contains calcium and magnesium hydroxide with sulfur in its formulation. A product that is produced by the calcination of a dolomitic carbonate rock. In this process, the rock loses water and CO², becoming lighter and more porous. Soon after, it uses cutting edge technology never before seen in the market for granulation and refinement, thus having a final product that is a high reactivity and high solubility fertilizer. Because it is a hydroxide and stabilized, when it receives water it does not heat up, causing no damage to seeds, roots and much less aggression to the soil, unlike calcium and magnesium oxides.

High reactivity coupled with high solubility provides nutrients immediately, thus having a better nourished plant with greater resistance to pests and diseases, and for having mobility in the soil giving conditions to deeper roots, we have, with this set, greater productivity. It is what OxiSUPER brings to the market.

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Product
100% PROVEN HYDROXIDE
30%
CaO
20%
MgO
5%
S

BENEFITS OFF OXISUPER

Corrects pH (eliminates H +).
Cancels aluminum toxicity.
Raises V%.
Raises Ca and Mg levels in the subsurface.
Improves the Ca-Mg ratio in the CTC
Immediately supplies Ca, Mg and S as nutrients
to the plant, with greater productivity.

With its concentrated formula, it provides nutrients to the plants immediately, allowing the plant to develop deeper and voluminous roots!

OxiSUPER brings together in its DNA, the perfect combination so that your soil has the perfect balance for high productivity in soybean, corn and wheat plantations.

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IMPORTANCE OF CALCIUM

Calcium is one of the essential Macronutrients for plants, it is directly linked to the formation and a greater volume of roots, composition of the cell wall, directly responsible for cell division. It acts in the germination of the pollen grain and formation of the pollen tube, increasing the resistance of the fibers. Its deficiency causes rickets of the plants and malformation of the pollen tube, in legumes, its deficiency can cause shocking pods.

1 – Calcium helps in productivity, optimizing the conditions for healthy root growth, stimulating microbial activities.

2 – Calcium also stimulates leaf growth, absorbing the activities of other nutrients.

3 – Calcium directly helps bacteria that fix nitrogen, converting it into benefits for plants.

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IMPORTANCE OF MAGNESIUM

Macro nutrient essential in photosynthesis, protein synthesis, chlorophyll formation, phloem loading and photoassimilate separation. In this way, magnesium is mobile in the translocated plant from older to newer leaves. Deficiency of this micronutrient is perceived by the chlorosis of the leaf veins. The importance of the balance of magnesium in relation to calcium and potassium can be negative when an element can inhibit or affect the translocation or absorption of each other. The presence of magnesium significantly increases the absorption of phosphorus.

 

1 – All soil balanced with magnesium is presented in tall and new leaves.

2 – Magnesium acts as a phosphorus transporter in plants, with efficient nutrition and water in plants.

3 – The most common source of magnesium is dolomitic limestone, responsible for neutralizing soil acidity.

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IMPORTANCE OF SULFUR

Macronutrient responsible for the formation of amino acids thus present in all plant proteins, the sulfur found in soils is normally found in organic form and in low amounts. It is easily lost by volatilization when there is burning. In addition to its nutritional function, it also has a fungistatic, insecticidal function and is essential for biological fixation in legumes.

1 – Very important for the strength of winter crops.

2 – Legumes require sulfur for efficient production.

3 – Sulfur is essential for the formation of chlorophyll.

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IMPORTANCE OF PHOSPHORUS

Macro nutrient essential for the development of the plant and is also one of the biggest production limiters, it is responsible for energy storage and transfer. Little mobile in the soil also needs to be supplied in large quantities, because in soils of very high pH we have the formation of Calcium Phosphate and in very acid soils iron phosphate and aluminum phosphate, thus making phosphorus unavailable to plants. In pre-planting, due to the fact that beans have a short cycle and shallow root system, they need a producer with high reactivity and solubility, which is the main characteristic of our product.

1 – Important in converting solar energy into plant compounds.

2 – Promotes seed growth and root development.

3 – The lack of phosphorus can be pointed out in some cultures, such as corn, an abnormal discoloration.

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