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add magnesium cloride to soil?

 
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has a lot of beneficial properties. Is possible some of the un-reproducible studies of healing plants were actually because of soil magnesium?

http://www.flutrackers.com/forum/showthread.php?t=124311

a poster here showed me this, in the deodorant thread, and i am ordering it for topical application to me!

http://www.swansonvitamins.com/SWU496/ItemDetail
 
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loaded some in the sprayer today, for the fruit trees, after thinning fruit.

well , we will see, but afteim r reading about the rock dust, and the interview with Agricola, i am convinced.
 
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You'd be better off adding worthwhile components to a compost tea, encouraging 10 fold growth and nourishing your plants in that way. Fungal-dominant teas for fruit trees. Start with 5 gallon, then move up to 55 gal drums, with a nice aerator...
 
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