7 Signs Plant Leaves Show When They Are Dying
Tomatoes with Yellow Leaves

Sadly, not many people have identified what these signs are and have been caught unawares MOST of the time. 

Well, all that is about to change because I will share these 7 signs with you. After reading this article, you will be clear on what to watch out for in your plant leaves before a major problem occurs to your plant and fruits. 

Read on to find out.

Cucumber with Yellow Leaf
Cucumber with Yellow Leaf

It’s abnormal for plant leaves to become yellow. This is mostly caused by either an absence of enough sunlight, or improper fertilization.

Once you notice that the leaves of a plant change color from deep green to pale yellow, it means there is iron deficiency. It’s a sign of low or zero chlorophyll, which is the pigment responsible for turning leaves green.

Have you noticed a sudden crisp at the edges of your plant’s leaves? Then, you need to do something about it right now. That is a clear indication that your leaves are dying. Sometimes, it reveals that your plant is dying.

When leaves are crisp, it’s mostly caused by either underwatering, overwatering, or an imbalance in moist distribution. 

Always check your leaves for this.

Several times, I have found my plant leaves with spots. So, I know what I am talking to you about.

Those little, insignificant spots on your leaf’s surface are a problem. It means that your plant is overexposed to too much light and heat. You should do something about it. Get your plant to a more chilled environment – that exposes it to adequate light for growth.

Now, I know that you don’t see this as a problem. Trust me! You are right. However, do you know that this could be a problem? Yes, it could be. When plant leaves begin to drop at an alarming rate, it means that your plant is dying. 

This problem is caused by too much water or overexposure to low temperatures. 

Don’t wait for the entire leaf body to wilt before you do something about the problem. Most times, this is caused by overwatering. In your bid to keep your plant healthy, don’t OVERWATER it

Wilting is a sign that your plant is dying. Too much water is a problem for the longevity of any plant. Fix this problem by reducing the amount of water you give your plant and watch the leaves come alive again.

Now, this is a more pronounced sign! At this point, the damage has been done because other little signs were ignored. Damaged leaves are caused by overexposure to heat.

To prevent this from happening again, get your plant to a shady area where it is not exposed to too much direct sunlight.

The leaves will bloom again.

If you notice stunted growth in your plant leaves, then, it’s a sign that your leaves are dying. Be on the lookout for this as well.

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