Benefits of Using Epsom Salt in the Garden -The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Straight To The Point

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  1. I’m wondering if will help with the gophers too. Go Packers

  2. Benefits of Epsom salt in the garden.

  3. Benefits of Epsom salt in the garden.

  4. How often would you use to control slugs? We have an AWFUL infestation of
    the things!

  5. COOL IDEA

  6. Epsom Salt can be used for more then just in the house take it to the
    garden here is why. Benefits of Using Epsom Salt in the Garden -The
    Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Straight To The Point

  7. Glad to be of service.

  8. It really helps with blossom end rot. I started watering in epsom and
    azomite when I watered my toms, and no more blossom rot.

  9. I’m not able to be of much help with translating to German. Chinese on the
    other hand I can certainly give you a hand. According to Google Translate
    it is Bittersalz.

  10. look up on google the translation for it and write it down n take to the
    store clerk

  11. Go to the big box drug area and find the foot care and look down the big
    bag will be Epsom Salt. You might find some in the garden area as well but
    for certain you can in the drug area. Dollar stores have it many times as
    well.

  12. Oh yes. It improves photosynthesis and greens the plant up.

  13. Hoda Gibreel Osman Reply February 4, 2015 at 6:45 pm

    Do you think Epsom salt has additives that will be useful for the plants,
    as I consider salt for food and cooking, while calcium and magnesium
    extracted from raw salt are of so many uses.

  14. The Self Sufficient Life Reply February 4, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    I moved to Germany a few years ago so my daughter could get to know her
    Grandparents. Good her for not so good for me. We don’t have big box
    stores, at least in my area. Thats why I don’t know how to ask for it. I
    can’t find a translation. Lot’s of things I am accustomed to just can’t be
    found. I have to improvise a lot. People think I’m crazy because I like to
    do things for myself.

  15. The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Reply February 4, 2015 at 8:36 pm

    Thank you

  16. The Self Sufficient Life Reply February 4, 2015 at 9:31 pm

    Thanks! I have seen Bittersalz. I didn’t think about Google translate. I
    gave up on it a while back because I do speak German fairly well, or so
    they say, and google translate kept giving me really messed up translations
    for conversations. Guess that’s the difference between a direct translation
    for a word and trying to translate a conversation where one must understand
    a bit of the way of thinking to understand well.

  17. The Self Sufficient Life Reply February 4, 2015 at 9:49 pm

    I’ve seen several vids lately recommending Epsom salts. I use it for many
    other purposes but I can’t find it here. Undoubtedly I just don’t know what
    to ask for.

  18. Hoda Gibreel Osman Reply February 4, 2015 at 10:44 pm

    maybe magnesium sulphate extracted from the salt, but that is a process on
    how to produce as crop fertilizer.

  19. EPSOM salts – MgSO4 = magnesium sulfate where table salt is NaCl = sodium
    chloride. Table salt / sodium chloride is used as a plant killer and there
    is no beneficial way to use it on your desired plants.

  20. Good suggestion. I planted 7 big boy bush tomatoes today and sprinkled some
    around them.. We will see if I makes a difference. Thanks!

  21. It’s good to mix a bit of it in your compost tea brew too ;-)

  22. Hoda Gibreel Osman Reply February 5, 2015 at 12:56 am

    Thanks for a clear reply John, as seen I am beside raw salt in high pile
    for export as de-icing, and I am a salt exporter from Egypt, while I know
    salt is harming the plants, when some infos from herein mentioned EPSOM
    salt as seems useful for plant grow…Clear… it is NOT.