Why is Epsom Salt/Magnesium Sulfate Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants: The Details! – TRG 2014

I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for use bo…
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  1. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  2. What magnesium sulfate or Epsom Salt does for your tomatoes and vegetables
    and how to use it.

  3. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  4. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  5. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  6. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  7. Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details!

    I give a fairly detailed explanation on how the magnesium and sulfur found
    it Epsom Salt gets used by your plants. I also explain a general method for
    use both how to mix it in water and when to use it on your plants. I use
    Epsom Salt on my tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, onions and garlic.

    Why is Magnesium Sulfate or Epsom Salt Good For Tomato & Vegetable Plants:
    The Details! – TRG 2014

  8. Can you use this solution on other plants ? or does it work only with
    tomatoes?

  9. Vachell Zillah de Alban Reply December 6, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Hello, I couldn’t find the right fertilizer here in Singapore. but i saw
    this orchid fertilizer which has (if i remember correctly) NPK 30-20-18.
    Can i use this for my tomato plant instead? Thanks

  10. Thanks Gary,
    Excellent information displayed in an easy to understand manner.
    Wayne 

  11. Thanks Gary, you are a GREAT help to us home gardeners.

  12. I hope the beer is not for the plants unless it is one of those 18 packs
    for $12 beers.

  13. Don’t forget the grind up egg shells and also add to soil around tomatoes,
    eggplants and peppers!!!

  14. I thought you where going to say spray beer in the garden? lol but did I
    hear beer is good in the compost that and coke?

  15. I love your videos
    .

  16. Good video! Thanks for making it clear & easy to understand. I did,
    however, think you were going to use the beer to fertilizer the tomatoes,
    too, lol. Too funny. :) 

  17. Just a thought Gary, do you think you can add aspirin in with the Epsom
    salt to give them a hit of both at once or would they be better off applied
    separately?
    Cheers..

  18. I use the same amounts but only pour in into my soil..I try never to wet my
    leaves.

  19. This was a great explanation. Well done.

  20. Wow!! The best explanation ever! Thank u :) 

  21. hi this is mick i mixed 1 table spoon to 4 liters of water is that right
    for my chilies and tomatoes plants thanks 

  22. Good tips Gary. I use epsum salt in my fertilizer mix. I might have to try
    and add some to my liquid feedings to see if it helps.

    Thanks for sharing.

  23. Charm City Balcony Garden Reply December 6, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    This is great! Can you actually overdo it and get Mg or S toxicity? I get a
    little bit confused about with plant food terminology since they call what
    is for human, micronutrients as plant “macronutrients”. I guess it makes
    sense because it makes energy for the plant. I was waiting for you to tell
    us how you use beer with the epsom salt! LOL. quenching your thirst is
    always a good use for it!

  24. I use it in my hydroponic mix for tomatoes. That part is 6 grams per 5
    gallons. Thanks for reminding me to add it to my soil grown tomatoes and
    peppers.
    Good explanation! Thanks!

  25. I have been using Epsom salt with everything this year. I have been adding
    at least a tablespoon to the planting hole. It seems to be working great.
    Here I live in western ND and I already have been harvesting eggplant and
    peppers. While I started all of these in the house and moved them into a
    little greenhouse, they are all outside now and doing great. As of right
    now, I have over 300 peppers on the vine. I don’t know if the Epsom salt
    was responsible but it didn’t hurt anything. I picked this up from watching
    one of your last year videos. So, I owe you a big Thank You! Keep up these
    great videos. I am learning a ton from you.