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Molly Gochenour
Molly Gochenour • 2 years ago

Epsom Salt as Plant Fertilizer - Encourage green growth on your house plants by applying a solution of 2 tablespoons salt to 1 gallon water once a month. Magnesium and sulfur from the salt make leaves grow bushier and encourage flowering plants to bloom more often.

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encourage green growth on your house plants by applying a solution of 2 tablespoons salt to 1 gallon water once a month.

1 Tablespoon Epsom Salt 1 gallon water A watering can 1. Combine the Epsom salt and water. 2. Use the solution to water your plants. 3. Repeat once a month. Why This Works--Epsom salt is made up of magnesium and sulfate – both vital plant nutrients. Some magnesium-loving plants to try it on: houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes and pot

Sólo aplanar una cáscara de plátano y enterrarlo bajo un centímetro de suelo en la base de un rosal. Potasio del peel alimenta la planta y ayuda a resistir las enfermedades ... funciona para las plantas de tomate también.

Epsom Salt= magnesium sulfate Houseplants: 2 tablespoons per gallon of water; feed plants monthly. Roses: 1 tablespoon per foot of plant height per plant; apply every two weeks. Also scratch 1/2 cup into soil at base to encourage flowering canes and healthy new basal cane growth. Soak unplanted bushes in 1 cup of Epsom Salt per gallon of water to help roots recover. Add a tablespoon of Epsom Salt to each hole at planting time. Spray with Epsom Salt solution weekly to discourage pests.

1 cucharadita de sal de epsom en 4 c caliente.... rocío de agua sobre la planta y luego 10 días más tarde. produce más fruta debido al impulso de magnesio... especialmente para tomates, pimientos y rosas

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Epsom Salt & Gardening- 2 Tablespoons Epsom salt in 1 gallon of water - water your plants, they will love you for it.

Spray de plagas casero: Mantenga las babosas y los pulgones lejos de sus macetas con un spray casero no químico. Coloque una cebolla pelada, dos dientes de ajo pelados y una cucharadita de pimienta de cayena en la jarra de la licuadora. Agregue tres tazas de agua, y mezclar hasta que quede suave. Deja reposar la mezcla durante la noche, colar el líquido en una botella de spray, y rocie las plantas con una capa generosa. La solución se conserva, refrigerada en la botella, hasta por una semana.