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How to Get Rid of Broom Sedge, Ragweed, Milk weed, Nettle and More

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WHAT YOU DO NOW WILL DETERMINE HOW CLEAN YOUR FIELDS ARE AND WHAT YOU SOIL pH WILL BE. BIO-LIQUID CALCIUM GOES TO WORK IN ONE HOUR HAS A 2 TO 3 YEARS SOIL LIFE, SAFE FOR LIVESTOCK. RESULT PROVE, POR-CAL WORKS FASTER. LAST LONGER AND IS LESS EXPENSIVE THAN "SUPERLIME" OR REGULAR AG LIME.
 
Over years of doing business with people I have learned this valuable lesson. If you have an issue with a product and I did, and you stay in touch, which I did and you keep your cool, which I also did, that allows people of integrity to do what is right and what best serves you and their company. Thank you Agritec International for being just that. People of integrity, people of their word. My product arrived today by truck, as promised and within our agreement. Thank you again for going above and beyond today's typical expectations. Hal. Halloway 2021
 
I used Advanced Cal and Nitro-Max Plus on 18 acres. This is the first since 2008 when bought this place I did not
Need to spray for weed. Will use your product next year.
Thanks, Charles Burkhalter 2021
 
Just had a follow up soil test done and the pro-cal I applied definitely helped raise my pH and calcium levels. Have got 2 hay cuttings so far this year with much less broom sage. Definitely pleased. Have a great day. Rodney Crowder 2021
 
We all get tired of dealing with broom sedge, ragweed, nettle grasses, sand burs and more plaguing our CORN, BEAN, HAY fields and pastures.
 
We seem to be fighting a losing battle, no matter how much herbicide we use. Well ag science has proven weed grow when the calcium saturation level is to low. Email your soil test and we will run it through our computer program and develop a protocol. Works faster is cheaper and more effective THAN AG LIME. We all get tired of dealing with broom sedge, ragweed, nettle grasses, sand burs and more plaguing our fields. We seem to be fighting a losing battle, no matter how much herbicide we use. Well ag science has proven weed grow when the calcium saturation level is to low.
 
 

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It's not to late to raise your soil pH and deal with broom sedge, ragweed, nettle grasses, sand burs and more plaguing our fields.

 
IF YOU DON’T WANT WEEDS, RAISE YOUR SOIL CALCIUM SATURATION LEVELS, WEED DON’T THRIVE IN HIGH CALCIUM SATURATION SOILS.
 
“We applied 3 gal per acre of Procal and this year we don’t have any buttercup and the other weeds are gone. “Will Hays 2020
 
“I applied the Advance cal it did a great job and the weeds are gone.” Michael Field 2020
 
“Rob, my pastures and hay fields were 40% broom sage with some thistles, I applied 3 gal ProCal per acre and the broom sage is almost gone now. I am very pleased with the results. My hay is better.” Larry Durham 2020
 

 
This is the time to bring up your soil calcium saturation levels while the plants are growing so that weed growth is inhibited next this Spring and Summer. 3 gal per acre of Bio-Liquid Calcium goes to work in one hour raising you soil calcium saturation level and pH . It has a two year soil life. It is pure liquid and can go through any sprayer. It is non corrosive and food grade, won't hurt livestock.
 
 
 
 
 

"Everything looks great on the post application soil test. The fields are growing so much better than before I used. My weeds are way down and the grass growth is way up. You will definitely be hearing from me in the future next time I need something." - Robby Fulk 2020
 

 

John M 2019, “well Procal did what you said it would, I had no weeds in my oats. I usually have to use herbicide this year I didn’t. It was a very clean harvest.”
 
 

“Jonathan, those two totes of liquid Calcium I bought from you did wonders on my pastures. I haven't ever seen anything like it. My neighbors keep asking me what in the world did I do to my pastures and fields, it completely killed all my weeds. This is the best hay I have every had. My friends and neighbors will be calling you, I am telling everyone." - Charles S 2019
 

AgriTec’s Pro-Cal and Adv-Cal are liquid solutions to liming the soil. They work just like lime, in the sense that they go into the soil, raise calcium base saturation levels, pushing hydrogen out of the soil and balancing soil pH. The only difference being that in liquid form you eliminate breakdown time so unlike dry lime, you don’t have to wait a year for this to go to work. Additionally, liquid eliminates the negative sediment that dry lime typically leaves in the soil. Pro-Cal and Advanced-Cal wipe out weeds and keeps them away for years rather than just a single season.
 
Be careful of over application OF CALCIUM NITRATE! ADVANCE CAL AND PROCAL don't contain nitrates.
Nitrate poisoning occurs because the nitrate is broken down to nitrite in the rumen. In normal circumstances this nitrite is further broken down to ammonia in the rumen and is then used by the rumen microbes to make protein.
Last full review/revision Dec 2014 | Content last modified Jan 2015 However, when large amounts of nitrate are eaten over a short period of time, the nitrite accumulates in the rumen and is absorbed. Once in the bloodstream it reacts with iron in the red blood cells so that they can no longer bind oxygen.
 
 
Nitrate poisoning can occur as the result of livestock eating crops such as Brassicas, green cereals or sweet clover that contain high levels of nitrate. However, the most common source is inorganic nitrate fertilizer, either directly, via grazing an over-fertilized field, or via water run-off from heavily fertilized fields. Spring is the most common season for nitrate poisoning.
 
DON'T BE FOOLED, 1 GAL PER ACRE OF ANY CALCIUM PRODUCT WON'T RAISE pH. STOP WEEDS FROM THRIVING OR HAVE A LONG LASTING EFFECT.BUT PROCAL OR ADVANCE CAL BIO-LIQUID CALCIUM USED AT 3.5 GAL OR MORE PER ACRE ACCOMPLIHES ALL THREE.
 
3.5 GAL OF BIO-LIQUID CALCIUM PER ACRE WILL RAISE pH AN AVERAGE OF 1 POINT,
 
FOLAIR APPLICATION ON BEANS HAS AN AVERAGE HARVEST INCREASE OF 7 TO 20 BUSHELS PER ACRE: 2 GAL ADVANCE CAL + 16 0ZS FOLAR ACT +12 GAL WATER PER ACRE
 
ADVANCED-CAL OR PROCAL ARE THE ONLY LIQUID CALCIUM THAT:
 
1.) ARE APPROVED BY STATE REGISTRATION TO BE A GRANULATED LIME REPLACEMENT .
 
2.) HAVE BEEN DESALINATED (SO ARE NON-CORROSIVE), FOOD GRADE, SAFE FOR LIVESTOCK.
 
3.) DOES NOT BURN PLANTS
 
4.) IS RAIN FAST IN ONE HOUR, HAS A TWO YEAR SOIL LIFE.
 
5.) IS PROVEN TO RAISE SOIL pH
 
6.) WILL BOOST HAY, CORN AND BEAN PRODUCTION.
 
7.) BIO-LIQUID CALCIUM PLUS AMINO ACIDS CONTAINS; PRE-BIOTICS, PROPRITARY CARBON ENERGY, HUMIC ACID , ROOT GROWTH STIMLATOR ,72 TRACE MINERALS.
 
8.) OVER HALF A MILLION ACRES TREATED.
 
9.) YOU CAN APPLY THE AMOUNT NEEDED TO ACCOMPLISH THE GOAL, WITHOUT WORRYING ABOUT HARMING THE PLANTS, LIVE STOCK, OR WATER SOURCE.
 
10. EXTENSIVE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FROM OVER 8 UNIVERSITES, HAVE BEEN USED IN THE AG INDUSTRY FOR OVER 75 YEARS.
 
 
11.UNIVSITY OF KANSAS STUDY ON CALCIUM CHLORIDE , AFTER ITS GONE THORUGH A SPECIAL PROCESS PROVES IT HAS MANY BENEFITS , LIKE DESEASE CONTRO AND INCREASED PHOTOSYNTHESIS.
 
E.E Schualter and K.A Kelling professors of Soil Science University of Wisconsin
Choose the most economical liming material available; Calcium, Liquid Calcium Chloride, when raising calcium is required. Do Not apply gypsum or Calcitic lime to Wisconsin soils to increase ca:ma ratio .
 
Calcium nitrate is produced by applying nitric acid to limestone and then adding ammonia. It is known as a double salt, since it is comprised of two nutrients common in fertilizers which are high in sodium. The processed result also looks crystallized, like salt. It is not organic and is an artificial fertilizer amendment.
 
“Soil pH effect on plant response A.) soil pH (CaCl2 calcium chloride) of 5.2 to 8.0 provides optimum conditions for most agricultural plants (Figure 1). All plants are affected by the extremes of pH but there is wide variation in their tolerance of acidity and alkalinity. Some plants grow well over a wide pH range, whilst others are very sensitive to small variations in acidity or alkalinity. Figure 2 provides a guide to the preferred pH (CaCl2 calcium chloride) for some common crops and pastures.
 
ProCal and Advanced-Cal are pure liquid and go through any sprayer. Normally 3 gal Bio-Liquid Calcium +15 gal water per acre (desalinated and non-corrosive, food grade and good for livestock) GOES TO WORK IN 1 HOUR HAS A 2 YEAR SOIL LIFE. AGRITEC FURINSHES PROOF OF RESULTS AND MULTIPLE TESTIMONIES, PLUS BEFORE AND AFTER SOIL TEST.
 
Although usually acute, the effects of nitrite or nitrate toxicity may be subacute or chronic and are reported to include retarded growth, lowered milk production, vitamin A deficiency, minor transitory goitrogenic effects, abortions and fetotoxicity, and increased susceptibility to infection. Chronic nitrate toxicosis remains a controversial issue and is not as yet well characterized, but most current evidence does not support assertions of lowered milk production in dairy cows due to excessive dietary nitrate exposure alone.
 
UNDERSTANDING SOIL pH RESULTS Belinda Lake Yanco Agricultural Institute
Soil pH effect on plant response A soil Ph (CaCl2 calcium chloride) of 5.2 to 8.0 provides optimum conditions for most agricultural plants (Figure 1). All plants are affected by the extremes of pH but there is wide variation in their tolerance of acidity and alkalinity.
 
Calcium Nutrition in Plants By Greg Patterson, CCA University of Georgia
UNDERSTANDING SOIL pH RESULTS

 
Soil pH effect on plant response A soil pH (CaCl2 calcium chloride) of 5.2 to 8.0 provides optimum conditions for most agricultural plants (Figure 1). All plants are affected by the extremes of pH but there is wide variation in their tolerance of acidity and alkalinity. Some plants grow well over a wide pH range, whilst others are very sensitive to small variations in acidity or alkalinity. Figure 2 provides a guide to the preferred pH (CaCl2 calcium chloride) for some common crops and pastures.
 
Microbial activity in the soil is also affected by soil pH with most activity occurring in soils of pH 5.0 to 7.0. Where the extremities of acidity or alkalinity occur, various species of earthworms and nitrifying bacteria disappear. Legume root colonising bacteria (Rhizobia) vary in their sensitivity to soil pH and have preferred ranges in which they are effective. In some crops and pastures (e.g. faba beans and lucerne) the Rhizobia specific to these plants are more sensitive than the plant itself.
 
Soil pH effect on availability of soil nutrients Soil pH affects the availability of nutrients and how the nutrients react with each other (Figure 3). At a low pH, beneficial elements such as molybdenum (Mo), phosphorus (P), magnesium are not as available.
 
Calcium chloride can serve as a source of calcium ions in an aqueous solution, as calcium chloride is soluble in water. This property can be useful for displacing ions from solution. For example, phosphate is displaced from solution by calcium: 3 CaCl2(aq) + 2 K3PO4(aq) → Ca3(PO4)2(s) + 6 Kcl(aq)”
 
Boost your cover crop growth while adjusting that soil pH. PENN STATE EXTENSION
 
“The effective use of calcium chloride .... sprays may be the most cost-effective, quickest cultural practice for reducing low-calcium physiological disorders.... \ We recommend applying 3 to 5 (Gallons ) pounds of calcium chloride per acre per season ....... Calcium in the form of liquid calcium chloride is recommended because of its proven effectiveness and lower cost........ it is important to make sure you develop a season-long program for applying sufficient total amounts of elemental calcium.”
 
Rutgers University Foliar Calcium Benefits ….Win Cowgill, Agricultural Agent.
“There are many calcium products promoted by industry as substitutes for Calcium Chloride (CaCl2). However extensive research and comparison of these products has yet to show an advantage over Calcium Chloride because it is one of the richest forms of calcium at the cheapest price.”
 
“You said this would get rid of my broom straw weeds and bring up my soil pH and it did just what you said it would on 10 acres. So I am ordering 110 gal to use on my other fields. I want to try your BioActivator next.” Martin T. | 2016
 
 
“Rob, just want you to know my grass has never looked so good. It’s the greenest grass I have ever had, that Advance Cal really works. I am going to apply again in May again to keep it green.” Bill Craft 2018
 
"I put the 55-gal Liquid Calcium and BioActivator on my worst fields, well I am here to say that field look as good or better than my best hay fields, that's why I am ordering a tote of Liquid Calcium and enough BioActivator for all my fields. Never seen anything work like this." Ron R 2017

 
TESTIMONIES OF RAISED pH;
 
Rob I want to give you a report on my results from applying liquid calcium on my corn field s. I applied the 3 gal per acre broadcast as you recommended, then I planted, my original pH was 5.5 I took another soil test 2 months into growing my soil pH was 5.9 two months later soil test was 6.1 Due to an early freeze I couldn't take the last soil test. I saw a very good increase on my corn. I am sending you my soil test . I am going with your foliar corn and bean program this year, we will do all 1000 acres. Darik N 2018
 
 


Rob, Yes sir, I recommend ProCal. : Today Jeff, the AandM soil testing lab manager, provided the soil test results – pH up 1.3 points to 6.5 since applying ProCal per your recommendation a couple of months ago. Also, everything’s greening up real nicely for early May. Trent L 2019
 
Mitch Patton. 2019, I just got 275 gallons of the advance cal for our grass hay fields we are going to put out 4 gallons per ac our PH was at 4.8 -5 we climbed to 6.5 and weeds are almost gone we are going to do more soil test in three or four months from now i will keep you posted I will check-in and out to see how things are going for other people the liquid application is going to be a great thing for small farms like we have and I hope to do some custom applications for other farms around us.
 
 

Both our Bio-Active Liquid Calcium products come in ag grade liquid form. Meaning they can be applied through a standard liquid sprayer with no risk of corrosion or plugging.
 
Pro-Cal and Advanced-Cal are chelated liquid calcium. Designed specifically for agriculture use.
Give us a call today to find out pricing on treating your fields, and start getting rid of weeds, and getting more hay out of your fields.
 
Soil pH is primarily an indicator of many combined issues in the soil. These issues can equate to severely decreasing soil production and reduce the output of your fields. Calcium has many rolls in the soil and the plant, aside from directly affecting pH. Calcium is responsible for nutrient availability and uptake to the plant. Decreased soil pH can reduce the availability of nutrients in the soil by as much has 50%. When calcium is applied, and pH is raised, these nutrients are released and become available to the plant, providing much better growth. This issue also directly affects fertilizer; when fertilizer is applied to low pH soil, half of that fertilizer is wasted and will not be available to the plant. This equates to wasted money and lost production potential.
 
Rob, my pH was 5, I needed to plant alfalfa, I applied 3 gal Advance cal, now my soil pH is 7, The field looks great, I am ordering a tote now to do all my fields Don Woodson Shelby 2019
 

“Last year the weather was terrible we had a hard winter and record-breaking rains. Over all considering the weather the product did very well our pH went from a 5.1 to a 5.7 this year and that was with us only applying just over 2 gallons to the acre. Looking forward to seeing what 3 gal to the acre will do this year along with the Ortho phosphate 9-18-9 fertilizer.” Cliff 2019
 

AgriTec's products have been proven to work time and time again. Servicing over a million acres a year and growing. Join the thousands of other farmers in using liquid calcium to manage your soil pH, and liquid fertilizers to restore needed nutrients to the soil.
 
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Fred Waites AL 2020 A couple of years ago we switched to liquid from granular for use on the fall/winter wild game food plots. I was skeptical and reluctant to do so. I am 100% convinced that liquid is the way to go. Simple application. Excellent results. Less cost.
 
This Ground Zero  BioLiquid cal works so much better than bags of lime. I am telling all my friends about how good it is doing on my foodplots. It’s so easy to use. Send me another order this year. Mike Piekonski PA 2020
 
“Well just got up to the fields and we have over 40 head of elk feeding first time since 1968. I think they can smell the grass growing for the first time in years does this stuff have a smell to it I know some of the things I have read about say it may attract wildlife. Either way we are using more this year!” Mitch, WA 2020
 

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