What happens if plants get too much water?
If plants get too much water, the soil becomes oversaturated, leading to poor soil aeration, which can cause roots to rot, reducing the plant's ability to take up water and nutrients. This can cause the plant to wilt, turn yellow or brown, and eventually die. Overwatering can also leach nutrients from the soil, wash away seeds or young plants, and promote the growth of fungal diseases.
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