Calcium Carbonate :

Calcium carbonate is the main component of limestone. This is a widely used mineral to offset the soil acidity and to provide the calcium to the plants for their nutrition. Calcium is a necessary nutrient for plants. Together with magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, calcium is one of the five title planned nutrients. Soil is generally acidic, and crushed calcium carbonate rock is considered the most economically efficient and appropriate neutralizing agent. The simultaneous use of organic fertilizer can increase plants’ absorption of calcium and reduce loss of calcium from the soil.


Magnesium Carbonate (Dolomite) :

For the Soil, Dolomite is a great origin of magnesium and hence discovers an excellent utilize in the industry of fertilization. Dolomite can respond with acetic, this is also used as a soil conditioner. Dolomite may contaminate the soil, animals, and humans with lead and other toxic metals. It is also useful as a soil conditioner. Using finely-ground dolomite, to change the soil from acidic to nearly neutral particularly benefits crops by maximizing availability of plant nutrients, reducing aluminum or manganese toxicity. Dolomite improves the soil structure.


Magnesium Silicate : 

Talc is an effective anti-caking agent, dispersing agent and die lubricant and therefore helps animal feed and fertilizer plants to function more efficiently. In premixes and agricultural chemicals, it makes an ideal inert carrier.