The role of magnesium and sulfur for the full development of plants
Each day, each plant needs about 2 g of magnesia during the period of growth and ripening of the fruits. Magnesium sulfate for plants should be combined with mineral fertilizing, as it helps to absorb the basic nutrients: nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus.
External signs of micronutrient deficiency of magnesium sulphate in plants
The use of magnesium sulfate is justified with the following signs in plants:
mezhilkovy chlorosis, when the leaves are covered with a marble pattern, that is, the production of chlorophyll decreased to external manifestations;
the edges of the leaves change color from green to brown and dry out;
falling of leaves – a critical lack of magnesium;
the fruits do not ripen, since the plant cannot absorb the necessary nutrients for this, in particular potassium.