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BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate [Raw Aragonite for Soil] (OMRI Listed)


BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate (Dry Input) is a big gun in your arsenal against the Calcium war that rages in every field. BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate (Dry Input) comes with a biological package and distributes extremely well both dry and wet. See our Calcium Carbonate (Injectable Aragonite) here.


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Calcium and Phosphate ratios ‘must’ be fulfilled in the Vegetative Plant Sap Growth Stage before the onset of flower and reproductive stage startup. Most growers make the big mistake of adding Potassium in the Vegetative Stage. This is a mistake as Potassium suppresses Calcium from Phosphate.

Eden Solutions references and categorizes Calcium as the Queen of all Minerals™ because Calcium regulates and balances all other elements. Without sufficient Calcium, no other element(s) are able to balance in the sap or soil. It is a futile attempt without it. It is also important to note that Calcium will go nowhere without the presence of Phosphate, the King of all Minerals™, in sufficient form and PPMs. Sadly, Calcium has not seen the proper Phosphate in the correct PPMs in so long; she isn’t balancing anything. In over a decade, we have not seen one sap or soil test where the King and Queen have been properly balanced and in harmony together prior to beginning the BlueGold® program.

We refer to Ag limes as ‘grandkid’s lime.’ If the farm is still there when the grandkids take it over, ‘it might be available by then.’ Ag limes come in many flavors such as Carbonate, Hydroxide, Oxide, Mag, or Sulfur. All farmers are well versed in them by long term usage. Ag limes require massive amounts of biological action, Organic Matter, and the correct soil resistance (pH) of 6.4.

High soil or sap or both soil and sap ‘excess’ element(s) in any combination such as Chlorides, Na (Salts), Potassium, Magnesium, Nitrogen, and Micronutrients will crush Calcium uptake. It could be just one, two, three, four, or all five of these elements alone or together in any combination, and the hill gets exponentially steeper to overcome with each excess element out of balance. Couple this steep hill with the wrong soil and sap testing procedures, and you have a train wrecked farm. Excesses are the number one problematic condition on every farm. It is imperative that you identify your excesses and lay out a budget plan to deal with them. Otherwise, these excesses will continue to deal with your profit in the most negative way.

BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate (Dry Input) is generally an acceptable input material in Fall, Winter, and early Spring in preparation for the coming growing season, giving time soil ecology to prepare the inputs for plant uptake. Raw mineral input programs should use composters to breakdown the minerals at a decelerated rate so they are plant available and can be used throughout the growing season. Our BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate (Dry Input) has a recommended rate of 2 pounds per acre (depending on sap testing) and up to twice per week. This material is designed for all field and cross-dressing plants. It is very effective at these low rates when used in conjunction with our Dry Mineralization Input Program.



For best results, BlueGold® Calcium Carbonate should only be applied in accordance with an Apical Soil/Plant Sap Analysis. Results should dictate ongoing application rates. Ask us how to qualify for our Eden Guaranteed Grow Program.

Weight 17 lbs
Dimensions 7.2 × 5 × 10.6 in



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