Magnesium sulphate is beneficial in many ways. 1. Prevent transplant shock by sprinkling 1 teaspoon around your newly transplanted plant and water well. Also helps with the germination of seeds. 2. Yellow leaves indicate a magnesium deficiency in the soil so add 1 Tablespoon for every 30 cm of plant height and do this once a month. 3. Remove a tree stump by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with Epsom Salts and it will slowly start breaking down the stump. 4. Leaf Curl is another sign of deficiency in the soil. 5. Potted plants need more Epsom Salts than plants in soil. Sprinkle 2 Tablespoons once a month to overcome the problem. 6. Commercial fertilizers have large amounts of fertilizer in them as it helps the plants to take up other nutrients in the soil. 7. Ferns develop dark foliage if you spray them with a solution of 1 Tablespoon in 3.5 liters of water. 8. Lush lawns are achieved by sprinkling 1 kg on every 100 sq meters of grass. 9. In your vegetable garden peppers, egg plants and potatoes will yield larger crops and the fruit from your trees and vines will be sweeter. 10. Roses will develop bigger flowers with darker colours. 11. 2 T in a cup of water to drench a face cloth, which can be applied to alleviate sunburn, bites and stings. 12. Put a cup full into your bath at the end of a tiring day and enjoy the benefits of relaxation. These are certainly enough reasons to use this economical and environmentally friendly fertilizer.