Why Do Plants Wilt?

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The main reason why plants wilt is because of diseases. The wilting of plants may also be caused by plant dehydration, over watering, too much sunlight and the use of excess fertilizer on the plants. It is characterized by the loss of rigidity of non-woody plants.
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Not enough water.
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