Espoma GS7 Greensand Soil Conditioner, 7.5-Pound
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- Greensand is a mined mineral rich in soil conditioning glauconite
- Contains potash and other minerals from natural marine deposits
- Excellent soil conditioner
- Carrying a formulation of 0-0-0.1
- Comes in 7.5-pound bag
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I bought a house with a Lisbon lemon tree last year, which wasn't really cared for by the previous owners. There were many tree suckers, and it had a lot of dead branches and leaves on the bottom portion of the tree canopy, and growing wildly at the top due to bad pruning. After getting the tree professionally pruned, I bought citrus fertilizer from a home improvement store thinking that's all it needed. But after a year of very little improvement, besides it growing into a better shape, I decided to pay more attention to it. (I wanted to enjoy lemons!)
It seemed dehydrated to me, because the branches were so brittle, and the leaves lacked color. When I watered it, I noticed that the water would run off. (The tree is on a very slight hill.) My parents criticized that the soil was like cement, and that it was too compacted and rock-hard for the water to be able to sink in.
After doing some research, I was planning to use garden gypsum to break up the soil, but because I wanted the tree to improve as well, I went with this product instead. I applied 1 cup of greensand around the base of the tree, and 1 foot past the drip line of the tree. After a couple of days of rain, I decided to test the soil if I can till it. I was amazed at how fast it was able to soften up the soil. I was able to gently till in some organic chicken manure and Epsom salt.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this product just wish it werent so expensive and hard to find.Published 7 months ago by From Ky
amazing stuff will add this conditioner to all garden every spring season..check out my dahliaPublished 9 months ago by Ingrid
VERY SLOW release silica, if you aren't using it outdoors or in recycled indoor soils this isn't for you, but if you do, DING DING :DPublished 10 months ago by phatlewtz