Plant leaves have holes because they consist of cells. The cell walls are composed of chitin, which is a polysaccharide. Chitin is what makes leaves so strong. When the cells break down, the chitin breaks down. When plant leaves have holes, it makes them very brittle and can cause damage to the plant’s health.
From seed to sprout, sprout to vegetative, vegetative to budding, budding to flowering, and flowering to ripening, several stages are involved in plant growth. And to ensure their proper growth, they require adequate water, nutrients, air, water, light, temperature, space, and most importantly, time.
A sure sign that you are maybe overwatering your plants is when growth stops, leaves turn yellow in color, and the plant starts to wilt. You can see this; what you cannot see is that the root system will start rotting, which prevents the plant from taking up the feed and green mold that grows across the soil surface.
How much does a vegetable garden cost? It can vary greatly as no garden is identical, and also the resources required can vary on location, soil quality, preparation required, and what you wish to grow. But to answer this further, I asked 24 other gardeners to see what they spent when starting their vegetable gardens.