This frugal gardening tip using Epsom Salt to boost growing tomatoes into large delicious fruit is a wonderful way increase a homestead’s garden yield.
You can frugally feed tomato plants by spraying a Epsom salt liquid fertilizer mixture directly to leaves. The leaves absorb essential minerals boosting growth and larger tastier harvests.
Epsom salt is a natural mineral compound of 10 percent magnesium and 13 percent sulfur and is often called magnesium-sulfate.
Epsom salt mixture sprayed directly onto the plant’s leaves:
* aids germination
* early root & cell development
* plant growth
* prevent blossom-end rot
Epsom salt mixture – 2 Teaspoons of Epsom Salt to 1 gallon lukewarm water sprayed directly upon the leaves every 12 days.
Work one tablespoon of Epsom salt every foot of plant height around the base of each plant. Sidedressing plants every six weeks beginning soon after leaves appear and continuing through the end harvest.
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