What is Magnesium Sulfate? How does it work and why does it work?

Magnesium Sulfate (MgSO4) consist of magnesium, sulfur, and oxygen. A water-soluble product to dose your plants with additional magnesium and sulfur.

Why is magnesium important?

Magnesium and chlorophyll are related. A chlorophyll molecule (the green in your plants), the molecule that changes sunlight into energy for the plant, has a magnesium ion in it. It is essential to have magnesium in your ground available for plant uptake, resulting in healthier and greener plants with excellent chlorophyll production.

Magnesium is also involved in the capture of CO² (Carbon Dioxide). When Carbon Dioxide is broken down by the plant, it provides energy to the plant.

If your plants have a magnesium deficiency, you may see your plants starting to turn yellow. It is not a full yellow, the yellowing starts between the veins. The yellowing of leaves between the veins is also called chlorosis.

What is sulfur for?

Sulfur is a nutrient your plant needs. It aids in root growth, helps manage the cold, aids in the production of chlorophyll and activates proteins and enzymes for general plant growth.

Not only does Magnesium Sulfate helps with seed germination, it makes plants grow bushier, produces more flowers and, as previously mentioned increases chlorophyll production, it also provides vital nutrients to supplement your regular fertilizer.

Apply Magnesium Sulfate as directed to rapidly improve the growth of your plants.