Epsom Salt – 450 gm – Pack of 3
If you want to keep your garden yielding flowers and vegetables consistently with an enhanced flavour, then a quick Epsom application is what it needs.
This naturally available non-toxic salt is made up of hydrated magnesium sulfate. Meaning, it is rich in secondary micro-nutrients like magnesium and sulfur.
Use Epsom salt regularly for your garden to derive the following benefits:
- It is safe as it is non-toxic and chemical-free. You can use it for edible plants, too.
- It can be mixed directly with the potting soil or as a foliar spray.
- It is rich in micro-nutrients like magnesium and sulphur which dissolve in water easily.
- It helps in absorbing major nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus.
- You can use Epsom salt for almost any plant to boost its growth, flowering capacity and also the size of the yield.
- The blooms in your garden turn bountiful, seedlings stronger, fruits and vegetables tastier and foliage bushier.
- When sprayed on the foliage, it acts as a natural pest-repellent as it gets absorbed instantly.
- If your plants are not looking lush-green, then it is quite possible that they are not getting sufficient minerals, especially magnesium. In that case, Epsom foliar spray will help them regain colour and flavour.
- It also prevents curling and yellowing of the leaves due to mineral deficiency.
- Regular application of Epsom salt leaves the plants more resilient than ever.
- Epsom salt has neutral pH level and is safe to use on all kinds of plants as it has a gentle effect on the roots, stems, foliage and flowers/vegetables.
- It’s a very good fertiliser for indoor plants as well.
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How to use:
You can use Epsom salt directly or dissolve it in water to prepare foliar spray.
- For direct soil application, dilute 1 teaspoon of Epsom salt in 1 litre of water and water the plants.
- For foliar spray, dilute 2 teaspoons of Epsom salt in 1 liter of water and spray it on the leaves, flowers and stems thoroughly.
- You can mix 1 teaspoon of Epsom salt to the potting soil for each pot.
- While applying directly to the plant, sprinkle a little away from the roots and water.
- Foliar spray: 2 teaspoons/liter
- Soil application: 1 teaspoon/liter or 1 teaspoon/pot
Although safe, some people maybe allergic to natural fertilisers/soil amendments. Use gloves, if necessary.
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