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Is over watering killing your plant? by Claytonia
‌The problem may lie not with how much, but how. Watering too much, too often, can "sour" soil, making it unhealthy for roots. Watering frequently, but not enough can encourage roots to come to the surface after the water, which can make them vulnerable to winter cold and summer heat. ONLY water once a week, very deeply. Almost all plants require one inch of rainfall (or irrigation) to b

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