Bamboo stalks turn yellow when the plant is very unhealthy and dying, this change is caused by a number of factors. Dehydration is the most common reason for a bamboo stalk to yellow. Going without any water for a short amount of time hardens the pores that the plant uses to bring water into the plant. This hardening is permanent, making the plant unable to hydrate itself even if water is added later.Know More
A bamboo plant that starts to yellow needs immediate attention. When the bamboo stalk starts to yellow before the leaves, the problem likely started at the base. Too much fertilizer, the wrong type of fertilizer, dirty water and lack of water are likely causes of yellowing bamboo.
If a stalk of bamboo turns yellow, it needs to be removed from plant arrangements to prevent it from affecting the other plants. If the leaves yellow first, there is more time to correct any issues in the plant's environment. Bamboo plants need indirect sunlight, a comfortable, room-temperature environment and plenty of water. Fertilizers that are meant for soil-grown plants are not recommended for bamboo plants because of the intense strength of the fertilizers. Bamboo plants are also sensitive to frequent pruning.Learn more about Botany
Moringa is a plant that grows in the tropic and sub-mountainous regions of the Africa and Asia. In the medical world, the plant is categorized as a vitamin or supplement. It is used to treat a variety of ailments.Full Answer >
Plant respiration is a chemical reaction by which plant cells stay alive. The process can be represented by the following formula: glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water (+ energy). Through respiration, plants use oxygen and produce carbon dioxide. The result is the release of stored energy for use.Full Answer >
A Monstera plant is an evergreen, broad-leafed vine that is native to Central America. Monstera plants produce fruit that is typically edible, although some plants may produce inedible fruit.Full Answer >
Leaves turn yellow because of lack of water and insects. Chlorosis, root issues, lack of nutrients and lack of sunlight are also culprits that cause yellow leaves.Full Answer >