We’ve all had a stump left over from before we bought our property or after trees have fallen or have been chopped down. They take up space, attract insects and hurt like the dickens if you trip over it. Many types of removal are out there and very few work or are very expensive. Let’s try our old friend EPSOM SALT for an easy way to remove those annoying stumps. Believe me, I know stumps as I live in a forest in a mudslide, wildfire area. We have had more than most people ever see and they have GOT to go.
Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) has several uses beyond the household shower room. It can be used is gardening as well. It also has the ability to kill weeds or help you get rid of the nuisance of plants and assist you with tree stump removal.
Tips and advice for watering the garden, including proper soil moisture levels, information on soil and water, when to water, how often and how much, watering tools, water-saving tricks and strategies for water conservation.
By Susan Glaese and the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Staff| July/August 1985
This article is very helpful for ways of watering and conserving water for the garden. Please click the link for the full article. https://tinyurl.com/y6lyj5tg