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Epsom salts in the soil for tomatoes and peppers. Add a Tablespoon or so in the soil when first planting and then sprinkle more into the soil when mature.

20+ Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (flowers & vegetables)

20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!) - Epsom salts in the soil for tomatoes and peppers. Add a Tablespoon or so in the soil when first planting and then sprinkle more into the soil when mature.

For potted plants, mix a couple of tablespoons of the salt into your watering can once or twice a month. You can also sprinkle it in your garden’s soil to help your seeds germinate better. Tomatoes and peppers benefit the most because they both tend to have a magnesium deficiency. Add a tablespoon or so in with the soil when first planting, and then sprinkle more into the soil once mature.

Epsom salts in the soil for tomatoes and peppers. Add a Tablespoon or so in the soil when first planting and then sprinkle more into the soil when mature.

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants and increases yield. GARDEN HACK: How to start maintaining your garden. Spraying 1 table spoon of epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap could be used for good results. Use for growing tomatoes, peppers and roses

Spraying epsom salt on plants boosts magnesium supply to plants & increases yield. GARDEN HACK: Spray 1 TBLS epsom salt mix with 4 litre of water twice with 10 days gap for good results. Use for growing tomatoes, peppers & roses

How to build million dollar vegetable garden soil

How to build million dollar vegetable garden soil- tips are just compost and add organic matter like yard clippings or vermiculite and peat moss.

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Oh, the sunny, nourishing summer is over? Don’t give your green thumb a rest when the weather gets cooler. There are over 20 vegetables that prefer cool weather so your gardening escapades are far from over. You have choices between slow-growers, indoor started slow-growers, and fast growers, so you can keep the garden flourishing despite the looming chill. Ready for that autumn salad? See eBay’s guide to autumn planting for more ideas.

Some of the most delicious vegetables are the cold-loving ones that grow best in spring and fall. Depending on your climate and growing conditions options may include broccoli carrots kale winter leaf lettuces radishes beets and more plus several herbs.

Miracle Grow: 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, 1/2 tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

I may have to try this ***Homemade MIRACLE GROW*** : 1 gallon of water, 1 tbsp epsom salt, 1 tsp baking soda, tsp of Household ammonia. Mix all ingredients together and use once a month on your plants.

A cobertura do solo é fundamental para saúde do mesmo. Fique ligado!

Mulching keeps your soil cool and moist, and can have a direct influence on yield. Have you paid attention to your mulching decisions? I will have to look into this mulching thing.

Growing bell peppers in pots is a great idea if you're short of space or live in a cold temperate climate as it requires warm soil to thrive.

Growing bell peppers in pots is a great idea ifga you're short of space or live in a cold temperate climate as it requires warm soil to thrive.

50 Insanely Genius Gardening Hacks

50 Insanely Genius Gardening Hacks

Pennie Woodward knows her bugs and her plants. A simple guide to companion planting and the uses of herbs.

Pennie Woodward knows her bugs and her plants. A simple guide to companion planting and the uses of herbs. - Garden Tips and Tricks

Plants and Vegetables in The Garden

Being aware of the neighborhood of plants allows summer residents to avoid a lot of mistakes in the planting planning.

Just mix coffee grounds and eggshells into the soil to prevent blossom rot in your garden.

Alternative Gardning: Used coffee grounds + crushed dry egg shells = no blossom end rot. Coffee grounds makes the soil more acidic so be sure the plants where you're putting it do well in acidic soil.