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March 12, 2021 6 min read
Plants are pretty straightforward with their communication. Is your plant leaning to one direction? That likely means that the most light is coming from that direction, so you should move your plant over there. Is your plant is wilted and slouching? It likely is dehydrated and needs more water. Listening to your plants is one of the best ways to become a better grower. The signs are there, you just need to know why they are there and what to do about it. One sign that pops up more than people would like is yellow leaves. Plants are cultivated for their lush greens and beautiful glow. Yellow leaves detract from that ambiance and can be an eye sore at times. But what does that mean and how can you fix it? Continue reading below to find out.
Watering your plants on a schedule will help prevent them from getting over or under watered. Sourced via https://pixy.org/247283/
Tobacco etch virus, one of the many plant viruses, affecting a tomato leaf. Sourced via https://www.flickr.com/photos/scotnelson/9416609837/
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