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Probably one of the most effective things you can do for your garden is to spray seaweed solution on the foliage. Seaweed, in case you haven't read of all the glowing things, not only contains many micronutrients, it also "arms" your plants against disease.

If you're raising tomatoes or raspberries or roses or anything else for that matter, turn the seaweed sprayer on them every two weeks.

Since I live in an area of "sweet" (alkaline) soil, I also add iron chelates to the solution when I'm spraying anything that bears fruit, since fruit-bearers generally prefer soil on the acidic side. Most lilies do, too.

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