[Market-farming] Epson Salts for Crops
billohio at gmail.com
Wed Apr 25 21:07:34 EDT 2007
Everything grows big in Texas, even acres LOL. I think an acre up here in
Ohio has 43,560 sq ft
[(5280 * 5280 sq ft / sq mile) / 640 acres per sq mile = 43580] Rounding to
44000 or 210 x 210` works for me for rough figuring most of the time.
I've used Epsom salts at times on tomatoes; sometimes it seems to help,
sometimes not, and I've never figured out what the common factor was. Let us
know how it works out ok?
Bill Huhman, central Ohio
On 4/25/07, TxBeeFarmer <TxBeeFarmer at hotpop.com> wrote:
> I plan to broadcast it like granular fertilizer. The Epson Salt Council
> http://www.epsomsaltcouncil.org/garden_usage_tips.htm recommends 1 cup per
> 100 square feet. An acre has 48,560 square feet. I'd guess that would be
> couple of 50 lb. bags per acre.
> West Texas Zone 7b
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