It certainly has been an interesting winter up here in the Pacific Northwest (Vancouver, BC, Canada). After several years of good snowfall on the mountains, this winter, we have gone from freezing -20°C (-4°F) to highs of 15°C (59°F) atmospheric rivers (it is positively spring like when the sun peeks out). Plants, like humans, are adaptable but eventually the stress from fluctuating temperature and out of season temperatures is hard to balance out from.
Here are the top 3 cell salts to help your plants and garden recover from environmental and weather-induced stress like El Niño can do. *Note using cell salts is not a replacement for good garden and plant overwintering practices like mulching.
Jackson’s Cell Salt Name
The number one cell salt for stress. Frost, temperature fluctuations, and stress in general affect the plant and its immunity.
Vitality is greatly impaired. Good to consider in cases of extreme waterlogging around roots.
A good general mineral tonic for plants after a sustained period of stress and shock.
Dosage and application rates of using cell salts with plants
Dosage: 12-16 pellets per 1 litre of water.
Use a clean watering can.
Add pellets first, then add water.
Wait 3 minutes for pellets to dissolve, stir well.
Apply to plants and surrounding soil, ensuring top layer of soil has received preparation.
Wait 7-14 days to assess results.
*Don’t mix homeopathic medicines with anything other than water.
*Do not use commercial herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or fertilizers for at least 10 days after applying the remedy. It will nullify its action.