|MadSci Network: Botany|
Dear Sir/Madam, Good morning. I would like to know why only young leaves will turn brown when there is too much water added to the plant? How about the older leaves, will they also turn brown? What is actually happening? When leaves turn brown, does it mean that they are dead leaves. When there is too little water added to the plant, will the young leaves also turn brown? Kindly explain and enlighten me on this. Thank you very much and have a nice day.
Re: why do young leaves turn brown when too much water is added to the plant
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