MemberMay 28, 2021 at 10:31 pm::
1.Moisture stress – This is one of the main reasons for the leaves of a plant turning yellow when you pour water into the plant in excess amount or do not give an adequate amount of water to them. Just notice the soil whether soil is too moist or if it is dry, water them accordingly.
2.Lightning – If plants do not get adequate light or sunlight then also the plants start to turn yellow. In the dark area, the rate of photosynthesis decreases. If there is proper light then the rate of photosynthesis increases.
3.Temperature – When it is either too hot or too cold, the temperature affects the color of the leaves. When it comes to chilly weather, cold gusts on most tropical plants will cause the leaves to yellow. If there isn’t a regular temperature shift, such as a draught, the leaves will turn brown if they are subjected to cold temperatures for an extended length of time, especially if they are near an air conditioner.
4.Plant Nutrition – Your plants’ yellowing might also be a sign of their nutritional status. If the yellowing has an unusual pattern, such as the veins on the leaves being green while the tissue is yellow, it is usually certainly a nutrition issue. To make their plants grow quicker, people frequently apply too much fertilizer, but this actually creates a poisonous atmosphere that “burns” the leaves out, causing them to turn yellow.