Basic information: Chemical name: Calcium Ammonium Nitrate chemical formula: 5Ca(NO3)2. NH4NO3.10H2O CAS No.: 15245-12-2 EINECS: 239-289-5 H. S. Code: 3102 6000 00 Specification: Appearance: White granular Grade: Fertilizer Grade Nitrogen, % ≥15.5 Nitrate Nitrogen, %≥14.4 Ammonium Nitrogen, %≥1.1 Water content, %≤0.6 Calcium, % ≥19 Water Insoluble, %≤0.1 Iron, % ≤0.005 Chlorides % ≤0.02 PO4% ≤0.05 pH value 5-7 Package: 25/50kg bag Quantity: 25MT/20'GP Payment: TT or L/C at sight Delivery: 7-15days Application: Intended for application in the fertiliser, agricultural and horticultural industries. Importance of Calcium & Nitrogen in plant growth. Calcium and Nitrogen are two of the most important elements for fruit growth Nitrogen is essential in all plant processes and is a key component of protein and chlorophyll. Calcium is necessary for proper functioning of growing points and is essential in the formation of cell walls. It also has an important role in Nitrogen metabolism. Calcium has a major effect on prolonging the storage life of fruit and vegetables and is a key element in fruit quality. Calcium deficiency symptoms include: Stunted root system, yellowing and weakening of stem tips and leaves Leaf margin browning of green vegetables and loss of flowers and young fruit. Blossom end rot in tomatoes and capsicums and bitter pit in apples. Nitrogen deficiency will result in yellowing of vegetation, slow growth and delayed maturity. Benefits is a soluble granule ideal for use in fertigation and broadcasting. Supplies both Nitrogen and Calcium which are both essential for quality and optimum yield of horticulture crops. Nitrate nitrogen in Calcium Nitrate is readily available while the ammonium nitrogen is available more slowly. High level of Calcium present in Calcium Nitrate results in non-acidifying conditions in acid soils.