Seawater is typically applied as a soil drench at 1:30~1:20, or if you are using sea salt you can reconstitute it to a 1:30 dilution by mixing 1g per liter of water. The drench rate is 100gal/acre in deficient soils.
Ok great, thank you. So if reconstituting, would that = 1g sea salt to every liter of total volume of solution, or do you mix the salt with water separately and then add that into the solution at arate of 1:30?
yes, your first presumption “1g sea salt to every liter of total volume of solution” is the way i do it. also note, the sea does vary in “saltiness”, so either way would still get you within the tolerances of nature.
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