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  • v. Present participle of underwater.


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  • I can never tell if the roots are dead or alive, which means I can't tell if I'm over or underwatering it.


  • You may have heard that "more houseplants are killed by overwatering than by underwatering."

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  • The dealbreaker here is that fine line between overwatering and underwatering. rss feed

  • Avoid injuring trees by over - or underwatering, unnecessary fertilization applications, overpruning or "topping" a tree, or lawn-mower blight.

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  • The article mentions other examples: creating a seed that will withstand the major barrier to lawn success: underwatering as well as goof-proof fertilizing solutions.

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  • "Overwatering your plants can lead to root rot damage while underwatering can cause sudden wilting," says Luke Miller, editor of Garden Ideas & Outdoor Living magazine.

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  • I don't know if I was maybe underwatering it, but now I've soaked it and I'll see if that helps.

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  • This means avoid overwatering early in the season when soils are still cool, and avoid underwatering later as the weather heats up.

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  • And by growing plants in water, you avoid messy soil, repotting, and the worry you’re over- or underwatering.

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