I have read several articles about putting Epsom salts, egg shells and coffee grounds in your garden. Do those items really work in vegetable gardens? I heard before about putting some Epsom salts in ground prior to planting the tomatoes. Just wondered if any of these are true? I would think just good soil and any additional amendments would be enough for a good crop. Please advise. Thanks!
Vegetable Garden Questions
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Epsom Salt, egg shells and coffee grounds are all beneficial to your garden and plants. Gardeners are wonderful in that they are always trying new methods and sharing information with other gardeners!
These articles below will give you information on how to use all 3 of the above garden 'fertilizers'.
Good luck and happy gardening!