Sunday, February 26, 2012

Waterlogged soil

Waterlogged soilWhen soil is waterlogged, plants literally drown. Water fills all the air spaces between the soil particles and this prevents oxygen from reaching the roots. In turn, this causes the soil to stagnate and prevents root growth.



  • plants may look like they need water because symptoms include yellowing leaves that wither and drop off. Wilting of the plant may also occur