Can you add Epsom salt to your feed water at 1 tablespoon per gallon of water and feed it that way?
Administering Epsom Salts
by BearHands | Oct 4, 2022 | Grower Questions | 7 comments
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A tablespoon per gallon is too much. A teaspoon per gallon should be plenty.
Yes you can.
I have done it many times. Yes.
Yea. When LeDs first came out everyone SWORE you needed to add it to your waterings. It helps with a couple things. I forget honestly. I just remember to use it. Not gonna lie I feel like a tablespoon is to much per gallon. I used to use a teaspoon and feel like that was to much. But it never burned.
So start low and work up if anything. Unless your correcting a deficiency .
I forgot to say, with dosage, it will depend upon if you do it regularly or if you do it once or twice per cycle. Obviously, lower dose if you do it regularly. You want to still maintain balance in the soil without building up to much sodium
You can also use as a spray! I have noticed in water it sure raises the ppm FAST. I am afraid to get my balanced feed outta whack.
i would adjust ppm of the mgso4 to about 150-200 ppm then add to regular nutrient mix until deficiency subsides