Epsom salt also known as magnesium sulfate, is a soil amendment that add to soil to improve plant growth.
What is Magnesium Sulfate?
Magnesium sulfate (fertilizer/technical grade - chemical formula:MgSO4 . 7H2O) fertilizer is formed of water soluble, pure and crystal particles so as to cover magnesium deficiencies in your plants. It contains more than 16% Magnesium Oxide and 32% SO3. As it is water soluble it can be applied via sprinklers or on leaves. Chemical and physical properties of magnesium sulfate are given below.
Magnesium sulfate fertilizer/technical grade
|Water soluble MgO||min.16,26 %|
|Water soluble SO3||max.32,46 %|
|Ph||5,5 - 7,5|
|Loss on ignition||49 – 50 %|
|Grain size||< 2 mm|
Magnesium and sulfur, two naturally occurring minerals that are major components of Epsom salt, may help plants grow greener with higher yields and more blooms. Magnesium creates an environment conducive to growth by helping seeds to germinate, increasing chlorophyll production and improving phosphorus and nitrogen uptake. Sulfur is also a key element in plant growth, helping produce vitamins.
Epsom salts will add magnesium to soil without altering pH
There are three types of Magnesium Sulfate. Product pages and types listed below.
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