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  • Sue Rasmussen

    epsom salt plant food

  • Rebecca Burns

    Epsom Salt Fertilizer ~ House Plants ~ Mix one teaspoon per gallon of water and feed to the plants every two to four weeks. ~~ Garden startup ~~ Sprinkle approximately one cup per 100 square feet. (10’x10’) and mix into soil before planting. .

  • Jitka

    tomato plants with and without epsom salt

  • The Weed Patch Country Store

    *Why I Use Epsom Salt in the Garden* - [I have not yet taken the time to read this, but i myself use epsom in watering and growing, I know it makes a difference, so I'm hoping this has some new, cool info]

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