It may be said without exaggeration that Epsom salt is a great find for many gardeners. A lot of works have been devoted to study this organic product and its properties are not a mere fable.
Recently I paid a visit to my friend to see her vegetable garden. The seen surprised me greatly. Her vegetables were to be envied. They were richly colored and looked very good. She told me about Magnesium Sulphate and its use in gardening before but who can believe that the results may be so unbelievable? Ok, so, sit back and let me know tell you how to get the same crops as my friend does.
Any gardener is willing to have a garden full of vegetables and no crop failures. How can it be reached? It is a very controversial question as many gardeners got used to use fertilizers in their regular practice and do not take efficiency of this chemical compound seriously. But let’s see the way Epsom salt works with vegetable gardens.
Many vegetables as well as all plant species suffer from deficiency of useful minerals especially at the stage of growth. When plant’s cells are not strong enough they are in need of special fertilizers and “vitamins”, which will promote their future growth. Gardeners are advised to spray plants with a mixture of Magnesium Sulphate and water, when they are in a strong need of useful nutrients.
But this product works differently with some vegetables and it should be noted.
Tomatoes mature in the sun and need a great deal of useful elements that ensure growth. Deficiency of any of the above mentioned factors may result in yellow leaves or even poor tomatoes crop. That is why wise treatment with our favorite product will help to overcome such problems. Thus, spraying with Epsom salt liquid will revitalize tomatoes as well as piece out shortage of necessary minerals. For this purpose dissolve a tablespoon of this chemical compound in a gallon of spring water and work on tomatoes.
Peppers just like tomatoes may suffer from deficiency of some useful elements. It will affect their growing, blooming and mature. To avoid this use the same procedure as with tomatoes, i.e. spray peppers with Magnesium Sulphate solution at every stage of their growth. According to some studies wise application and use of this chemical compound (overuse may have reverse effect) to many plants result in bigger production levels, rich crops and healthy plants. And prior preparation of the soil before seeding is another benefit for gardeners, who are willing to avoid a number of problems within plants growth.