Very High Calcium levels in soil good for my apples?
I have off the charts calcium levels in my soil in Greece. They are measured "very high" from the lab that did the test. What I would like to know does having very high calcium levels help alleviate common calcium problems with cultivars such as: Honeycrisp, Mutsu e.t.c. that need high calcium into the fruit itself.
Basically, what I would like to know is will I have to apply less calcium spray's to my apples in these very high calcium soil levels?