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Tips for recovering your plants after the summer

Summer can be a difficult season for your plants. Heat, drought and prolonged sun exposure can leave them exhausted and in need of recovery once fall arrives. Here are some essential tips to help your plants recover after summer and prepare them for fall and winter. Water properly: During the summer, you may have had to increase the frequency of watering due to high temperatures and rapid evaporation of water. As fall arrives, gradually reduce the amount of water you give your plants. Make sure the substrate dries out slightly between waterings to avoid root rot problems. Pruning: Late summer is a good time to prune your plants. Remove damaged or wilted parts and shape the plant as needed. This...

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How to know if you are overwatering your plant

Adequate watering is crucial for healthy plant growth. However, overwatering can be just as detrimental as underwatering. Overwatering can drown roots, promote the development of fungal diseases and cause a host of problems that affect the well-being of plants. Here are some signs that you are overwatering your plants:Yellowing and wilting leaves: Yellowing and wilting leaves are one of the first visible signs that you are overwatering your plants. Overwatering hinders the roots' ability to absorb oxygen, which leads to stress on the plant. As a result, leaves can turn yellow, soft and drop prematurely.Fungus and disease appear: Excess moisture creates an environment conducive to fungal and disease growth. Mildew, downy mildew, root rot and other fungal infections are common...

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