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Up to what soil depth can calcium cyanamide hinder the growth of weeds? The incompatible phase of calcium cyanamide acts only in the top 3 to 4 cm of the soil, affecting as a result most of the weeds that have germinated from seeds and even small weeds. Weed seeds located at deeper levels, or weeds propagating by rhizoms, are not adequately sensitive. Is it dangerous to use...
Is it advisable to use calcium cyanamide to fertilize potted plants? Can calcium cyanamide be used to fertilize balcony boxes? Calcium cyanamide is not recommended for potted plants and window and balcony boxes. The small root space and the intense rooting within the vessels carries the risk that the plants will absorb too much of the cyanamide directly, meaning before it is further...
Does spreading calcium cyanamide present a danger for dogs or cats? There have so far been no adverse effects reported when dogs or cats have access to surfaces freshly fertilized with calcium cyanamide. The calcium cyanamide has a deterrent odor and taste, so that animals naturally avoid ingesting it. The only precaution that should be taken is to keep the animals at a distance while...
Can I spread calcium cyanamide onto moist stock? Normally calcium cyanamide is always applied onto dry stock. However, if clover appears in large amounts you can spread it onto the dew-covered stock, which will result in severe burns to the plants. Since the clover collects more fertilizer granules because of its horizontal blade position and larger leaf area it will be burnt much stronger...