Epsom salt (bitter salt, magnesium sulfate) is a general fertilizer for plants. It benefits both indoor and outdoor plants, very useful in urban gardens or balcony mini-gardens.
Magnesium is an essential component in the production of chlorophyll and more. Thus, Epsom salt:
- turns the yellowed leaves of the plants back to green,
- sweetens the fruits and even the vegetables,
- turns the lawn greener and more beautiful,
- reduces transplant shock,
- helps absorb nutrients,
- helps seed germination,
- prevents leaf twisting,
- removes many pests (except snails and slugs)
Fruit trees and trees: 40 gr Epsom salt (2 tablespoons) sprinkled on 1 m2 around the tree in the root area. It will be applied 3 times a year.
Lawn: 40 gr Epsom salt (2 tablespoons) diluted in 5 liters of water for an area of 4-5 m2 of lawn.
Shrubs (especially evergreen plants, Azaleas, Rhododendrons): 20 g Epsom salt (1 tablespoon) sprinkled on 1 m2 around the bush.
Indoor plants: 35 gr Epsom salt (2 tablespoons) diluted in 4 liters of water. Treatment repeated monthly.
Roses: 18 gr Epsom salt (1 tablespoon) for every 30 cm tall rose, sprinkled around the plant. It will be repeated every two weeks during flowering.
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