Posts tagged with: macronutrients

Tip #249: Glacial Rock Dust

Glacial rock dust is made from a variety of rocks that are collected and pulverized by the expansion and contraction actions of glaciers. When the glaciers receded a long time ago, deposits of these crushed rocks were left behind, and it is these deposits which are mined and used as agricultural amendments.

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Tip #87: Nitrogen Fixing

Nitrogen is an important macronutrient and often “fixed” in the soil by bacteria grown in symbiosis with legumes.

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Tip #62: Epsom Salt In The Garden

Use epsom salt to add magnesium and sulf back into your soil if it is depleted. Apply on tomatoes and peppers or into your compost bin for best results

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Tip #28 What Are Plant Macronutrients?

The six macronutrients plants need for proper growth and development include Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium, and Sulphur

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