Epsom Salt Synthetic Fertilizer For Plants | Magnesium Sulfate


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★ Magnesium & sulfur supplement ★ Solution for snails ★ 1 spoon / 2 liters water
★ Helps chlorophyll production ★ Foliar spray on leaves ★ Nutrient availability
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Epsom salt, a common household item, might hold surprising benefits for the agricultural world. This humble compound, chemically known as magnesium sulfate, has piqued the interest of some farmers seeking natural ways to enhance their crops.

Potential advantages of Epsom salt

  • Magnesium source: Epsom salt provides magnesium, a crucial secondary nutrient for plants. Magnesium helps with chlorophyll production, which is essential for photosynthesis and overall plant health. Studies suggest it may enhance seed germination, improve nutrient uptake, and strengthen cell walls.
  • Improved flavor and yield: Some growers believe Epsom salt contributes to sweeter fruits and vegetables and potentially increased yields, although more research is needed.
  • Pest control: Epsom salt may act as a deterrent to certain pests like slugs and snails. However, the effectiveness and long-term impact require further investigation.
  • Nutrient availability: Epsom salt might help loosen bound nutrients in the soil, making them more readily available for plant uptake. This could potentially improve fertilizer efficiency.

Application Methods:

    • Soil Drench: A common method is to mix Epsom salt with water and use it as a soil drench. A general Epsom salt supplement ratio is two tablespoons per 4 liters of water, applied once a month between regular watering.
    • Foliar Spray: Epsom salt can also be applied directly to leaves as a foliar spray. This can be helpful if you see signs of magnesium deficiency, such as yellowing between the veins of leaves. There are variations in recommended concentrations, so be sure to research the appropriate dilution for your specific crop.
    • Direct Application: For some plants like roses, Epsom salt can be tilled directly into the soil around the base of the plant to encourage growth and flowering.

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