Secret Foliar Feed

For one gallon;

1/2 – 2 C. milk

1 Tbls. fish emulsion

1/2 – 1 C. molasses

1 Tbls. Epsom salts

1 Tbls. liquid kelp

Place all ingredients in a gallon jar or dedicated plastic container, filled with water, and mix thoroughly.

Use a spray bottle and thoroughly wet all foliage on plants every 1 – 2 weeks.

Can be used on almost all garden plants except those that are nitrogen builders (peas, beans etc.). Particularly beneficial for tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other nightshades. I also use this on my garlic.

Keep this in the fridge between uses. It does stink awful bad after a while but is still good to use.

For one quart;

milk, 2 Tbls. – 1/4 C.

Fish emulsion, 1 tsp.

molasses, 1/8 C. – 1/4 C.

Epsom salts, 1 tsp.

kelp, 1 tsp.

Mix all into 1 quart jar with water to fill. Spray into leaves of plants once every week or two.

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