Epsom Salt (800 grams)
Epsom Salt is not table salt, it is actually hydrated Magnesium Sulfate (10% magnesium and 13% Sulphur) that offers an environmentally safe non-toxic way to fertilize your garden. it does helps in the absorption of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Magnesium helps plants during germination by strengthening the plant cell walls. It also assists in the creation of chlorophyll and helps plants absorb phosphorus and nitrogen. Sulfate also helps in the creation of chlorophyll and helps in the absorption of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. The additional chlorophyll will make your plants with yellowing leaves greener and fruit bearing plants will produced bigger and sweeter fruit.
• Early root and cell development.
• Germinate seeds faster
• Produce more flowers and fruit
• Create more chlorophyll
DIRECTION OF USES: -
Dissolve two tablespoons of Epsom Salts in 4 liters of water and use once a month instead of normal watering. With plants that have been in a pot for a long time this helps to clear the accumulation of salts in clogged root systems and improves plant health by allowing nutrients to be more readily absorbed.
Two tablespoons of Epsom Salts per 4 liters of water is the ratio for flowering plants. Use in a spray tank or watering can after first planting, later when you observe some growth and finally when the plants begin to flower. Flowering plants treated this way will bloom more profusely.
Shrubs (evergreens, azaleas, rhododendron):
Work in one tablespoon of Epsom Salts per 2.74 square meters of shrubbery into the soil, over the root area, which improves the absorption of nutrients and repeat every 2-4 weeks.
Epsom Salts use on lawns prevents yellowing giving you lusher, softer, greener grass. You can use a spray tank, lawn spread or hose with spray attachment. Dilute 1 kg per 100 square meter in enough water to make a concentrated solution.
Trees also benefit from Epsom Salts applications. Make your trees strong and healthy for years to come by adding it to the soil to be absorbed by the roots. Fruiting and flowering trees will also produce more fruit and blooms. Work in two tablespoons per 0.84 m2 into the soil over the root area three or four times a year. Doing this particularly at the beginning of each growing season prepares trees for weather changes.
NEW PLANTS AND SEEDS:
When planting new plants or seeds, mix 1 cup of Epsom salt per 100 square feet of soil before planting. Plant your plants or seeds in your garden as you usually would and water well
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