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Complesal® Care pro

Complesal® Professional Care pro

Complesal® Care pro is a foliar fertilizer with a high content of nitrogen, calcium and an elevated set of micronutrients for an all-round supply. Its nutrient composition is especially adapted to fruit crops and vegetable plants and can ensure a high harvest quality. Due to the harmonized composition Complesal® Care pro significantly increases yield and quality for a safe harvest.

Taking care of all crops susceptible to calcium deficiency 

Key Crops





Nutrient ContentsAdvantagesRate of use
Nutrient contents % w/wg/l
Total nitrogenN10160

All nutrients are fully water-soluble and the cationic micronutrients (copper, iron, manganese and zinc) are fully chelated by EDTA.

Product Properties:

  • Density: 1.6 g/cm³
  • pH value: 2.8
  • Color: blue
  • Well balanced set of macro- and micronutrients
  • Applicable in all crops for multiple purposes
  • Maximum of nutrients available for the plant
  • Large and homogenous wetting area on the leaf
  • Fast nutrient absorption
  • Strengthening of the natural plant defense system
  • Durability against rain
  • High quality chelation technology for optimal plant availability and supply
  • Excellent formulation technology ensures simple product use
  • Joint application with pesticides
Type of CropApplication TimeApplication Rate
Applesregularly from early fruitlet stage (I) onwards until shortly before harvest with a minimum of 6 applications
  • generally: 3 - 6 l/ha
  • varities with low susceptibility to bitter pit: 3 - 4 l/ha
  • varieties susceptible to bitter pit: 6 l/ha
Pearregularly from early fruitlet stage (I) onwards until shortly before bagging with a minimum of 4 applications
  • generally: 3 - 6 l/ha
  • varieties with high calcium demand & varieties susceptible to chicken-print symptom: 5 - 6 l/ha
Papayarepeated applications at 7 - 10 day intervals starting during early fruit development5 l/ha
Strawberriesin conjunction with the last 2 - 3 fungicide sprays
  • field crops: 3-6 l/ha
  • protected cultivation: 0.1-0.5%
Tomatoes, Peppersrepeated applications at 7 - 10 day intervals starting approx. 10 days after fruit set3-4 l/ha
Cucumbers, Melonsstart applications early after fruit set and repeat at fortnight intervals until approx. one week before harvest0.3-0.5%
Brussel sprouts, Cauliflower, Celery, Chinese cabbage, Endive, Head lettuce

weekly applications!

  • head lettuce, chinese cabbage, cauliflower: start shortly before head formation
  • celery: start approx. 5 - 7 weeks before harvest properly wetting the heart of the plant
  • endive: start approx. 10 - 14 days after planting
Sweet cherry3 - 4 pre-harvest applications at 2-week-intervals starting approx. 6 - 8 weeks before harvest5-6 l/ha at 1500 l spray solution/ha
  • in periodical admixture to pesticide sprays beginning after blossom
  • from the beginning of berry softening onwards repeated at 14-day intervals
  • 5 l/ha
  • 5 l/ha
Peaches, Nectarines

4-6 applications:

  • 1. application from fruit set
  • 2. application 2 weeks later
  • 3. - 6. application when fruits have reached walnut size at 14-day intervals
5 l/ha
Bananasat initial fruit filling stage, repeat after 3 weeks2 x 5 l/ha
Coffeeseveral applications during berry fill5 l/ha
Pineappleblack heart disorder:
spray on one month old fruit at two week intervals
5 l/ha
Mangointernal breakdown; firmer texture and better storage potential: spray 30, 60,
and 90 days after flowering
5 l/ha
Guavaimproved storage life-fruit quality & storability:
spray 3, 2 and 1 week before
5 l/ha
Chilliprevention of blossom-end rot:
spray repeatedly during most rapid fruit development
3 l/ha
Overview ProductsData sheet (PDF Care Pro 1MB)

Additives for increased efficiency

Anti Drift

Reduces spray loss of the spray mixture under windy conditions

Ramp Technology

Higher nutrient absorption in a shorter period of time

IPM Enhancer

Plant availabe ingredients optimize the efficiency and improve the effect of pesticides


Lasting adhesive for better uptake ensuring the durability against external factors