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  • Using molasses on garden

    Created by treeshaker2016 on

    I have a garden spot 100′ x 25′ – my county extension office said it needs sulfur which I will put on this fall along with slow release nitrogen as I am going to put on shredded leaves. Someone said to put on molasses with this stuff. How much and how do I put it on? tks

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    E. Vinje
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    Hello –

    I’d recommend adding RAW Cane Molasses at the recommended ratio, which is 1/8 tsp – 1/4 tsp per gallon of water. Grocery Store bought molasses will likely be quite difficult to apply to soil, as it is much too thick and will clog your sprayer head.

    Hope this helps!

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