1. Improves your bottom line
    A better growth rate than superphosphate off the same amount of P means you're getting stronger grass growth for longer. Use the same amount of P and get more dry matter to sustain your stock and improve yield, or use less P and get the same amount of dry matter with less money spent on phosphates… that’s a better bottom line for sure. Find out more
  1. Has less environmental impact
    As Dicalcic is less water-soluble than superphosphate, there’s less potential for runoff and leaching into the local environment. It doesn’t break down in the wet like superphosphate does, because it's highly citric soluble and less water soluble than superphosphate. This ensures more efficient and sustainable nutrient application. Find out more
  1. Provides slow, sustained release for ongoing performance
    Dicalcics are primarily citric-soluble, rather than water-soluble, which means they don’t break down in the rain as superphosphates do. The nutrients stay in the soil providing sustained release as and when plants need. Find out more
  1. Improves soil pH for optimum growth
    Because Dicalcic is citric-soluble it needs to take acid from the soil to become plant-available – this increases soil pH and helps create ideal growing conditions. Superphosphates on the other hand make the soil very acidic around the fertiliser granules which reduces the plant-availability of the applied phosphate and so reduces its growing performance. Find out more
  1. Gives a simple, low maintenance spread
    The granular formulation makes it easier for the spreader to get a more uniform, even spread. And because Dicalcic includes lime as well, you’re improving your soil condition at the same time – smart, efficient and highly cost-effective. Find out more