OUR POLYACRYLAMIDE BLENDS ARE
DESIGNED TO KEEP YOUR SOIL OPEN
WHILE ACHIEVING THE BEST USE OF YOUR IRRIGATION WATER .
REVOLUTIONIZING POLYMER TECHNOLOGY
At CalPAM AG Products, we believe in creating sustainable, economical, and efficient polymer technology solutions for all your agronomic applications. CalPAM’s agricultural polymer technology pushes the boundaries of California's water treatment industry. Our trademarked line of products consists of
water-soluble polymers and other specialty chemicals for agricultural enterprises.
We champion the backbone industry of California’s economy—agriculture. When you require cleaner field runoff or need to reduce soil movement, CalPam is your reliable source for high-quality, competitively priced polymer solutions and services. From soil conditioners to water absorbents, our products will deliver on your performance goals.
We have product lines available for all agronomic applications: rainfall, flood, or drip irrigation.
California’s Top Polymer Manufacturing Company
Agriculture's greatest challenge now and in the future is the availability of freshwater supply. Water is critical in the production of food, but rising global climates and stringent state water policies mean farmers will have limited access to water in the future. CalPAM AG Products is the polymer manufacturing company dedicated to answering these challenges. Whether your job calls for turf, crop, or ornamental applications, our industry-leading products allow farmers to increase water efficiency and crop yield. Farmers achieve immediate water and energy savings of up to 30% after the 1st application of CalPAM products.
CalPam makes its name as an industry leader in irrigation, water soil penetration, and soil. Call us today to speak to one of our representatives about how we can maximize your water and energy savings.
INDUSTRY LEADING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
FOR SUSTAINABLE FARMING IN CALIFORNIA
Polyacrylamide was first used during World War II by the US military to stabilize newly built runways. This practical and scientifically proven technology made its way into the private sector, where it was further refined and developed for commercial use since the passage of the Clean Water Act (CWA) in 1972. PAM was first used commercially in irrigated agriculture in the U.S. in 1995. By 2001, more than 2 million acres of farmland had been treated with PAM.