Tui Epsom Salts Magnesium Sulphate

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Yellowing leaves can be a sure sign of magnesium deficiency, most common in citrus trees, and ornamental plants. The addition of Tui Epsom Salts to your garden will correct magnesium def iciencies, promoting healthy green leaves and boosting the performance of your plants.

Use throughout your garden, including in pots and containers, to reap the rewards of superior plant performance.

Tui Epsom Salts is suitable for citrus, vegetables and ornamental plants.

 

 

Benefits

  • Remedies plant deficiencies - corrects magnesium deficiencies common in citrus trees, and ornamental plants.
  • Promotes green growth - fast-acting magnesium turns yellow leaves to green and boosts plant performance.

Directions for use

Established plants - Citrus

  1. Apply 20g (approx. 1 1/4 tablespoons) per metre of tree height, either directly or dissolved in a watering can (1L for every 20g).
  2. Water in well after application, taking care to wash any product off the plant foliage.

Established plants - Ornamental

  1. Apply 30g (approx. 2 tablespoons) per plant, either directly or dissolved in a watering can (1L for every 30g).
  2. Water in well after application, taking care to wash any product off the plant foliage.

Pots and Containers

  1.  Apply 1 teaspoon dissolved in at least 5L of water in a watering can.

Regularly feeding your plants with the Tui Food Range will help keep your plants healthy.

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