100% All Natural Epsom Salt.
- No additives.
- Great for your soil.
- Essential nutrients for optimal plant growth.
Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) is a compound that contains magnesium, sulfur and oxygen.
It looks like large salt crystals and can be used in agriculture, medicine and the construction industries. Epsom salt was originally produced in the springs in a English town called Epsom,
Although Epsom salt is called a salt, it is not regular table salt technically called (sodium chloride) and you shouldn’t use it in your garden.
Epsom salt has beneficial uses for plants, grass and fruit under certain conditions.
Epsom salt may help improve flower blooming and may enhance a plant’s green color that is called chlorophyll production but only if there’s a magnesium (Mg) deficiency in the soil and only if this mineral is lacking may be beneficial to some plants in some situations.
Avoid excessive magnesium, potassium fertilization as these nutrients will limit calcium uptake by plants.
Epsom salts is a magnesium source, so do not apply to your soil unless a soil test indicates a magnesium deficiency. Although magnesium deficiencies do occur in acidic and loamy soils
If you do have deficiencies in your garden soil or potted plants you can mix about 1 to 2 tablespoon of Epsom salt to a gallon of water and use this solution once a month to water your plant and use this solution to water your plants once each month in between regular watering.
You can use this solution as a foliar spray directly on your houseplants or directly in the soil.
Magnesium is an essential secondary nutrient for optimal plant growth.
If you have a chemical imbalance, poor soil, or soil where magnesium-hungry plants grow can also create low levels of magnesium.
In these cases, adding Epsom salt could be useful for your soil deficiencies.