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Todays Gardening Tips

Supplement Soil with Potassium and other nutrients

Manipulating soil nutrition can have a significant impact on taste of fruits and vegetables. For example, potassium is responsible for moving water into plant cells. By supplementing soil potassium, gardeners can produce juicier tomatoes. Adding sulfur and magnesium (in the form of 1-2 tablespoons of Epsom salt per gallon of soil) can also increase the savory/hot flavor in tomatoes and hot peppers.

Jason Aramburu
Ecologist, Environmentalist, Soil Scientist
Founder and CEO of Edyn Smart Garden