Enter The Plant Doctor. Developed by Scot Nelson, a plant pathologist at the University of Hawaii’s College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Rescources (UH-CTAHR), The Plant Doctor is an interactive smartphone app that helps users accurately identify and manage plant pests and diseases.
Likewise, people ask, is my plant sick app?
Best free app: Florish
Manually enter your plant babies’ species into the app, and you’ll get a brief description of what your plants should look like when they’re healthy, care instructions with their water and light preferences, and a list of common issues that cause them to fall ill.
Hereof, how do I figure out what’s wrong with my plant?
8 Ways Your Plant Tells You Something Is Wrong (and How to Fix It)
- Entirely brown leaves. …
- Brown tips of the leaves. …
- Browning in the middle of the leaves. …
- The lower leaves are turning yellow. …
- Tip: Don’t move your plants around too much.
- Dark spots with yellow margins on the leaves. …
- Lack of leaf color on the tips of leaves.
How much does Planta app cost?
Planta App Quick Overview
|Price||• Free (Basic version) • $7.99/month (Premium version)|
|Android App Store Rating||4.3|
|Category on App Store||Lifestyle|
|Languages||English, French, German, Italian, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian Bokmål, Norwegian Nynorsk|
Planta is now available on Android! You can download the app here or by searching ‘Planta – Keep your plants alive’ in the Google Play Store.
5 Mobile Apps That Will Help You Take Care Of Your Plants
- Plantsnap. Plantsnap is a free mobile application for iOS and Android that helps you identifying plants. …
- Gardening Reference Guide. …
- Sun Seeker/Sun Surveyor. …
- Happy Plant. …
- My Garden.
Water aloe vera plants deeply, but infrequently. To discourage rot, allow the soil to dry at least 1 to 2 inches deep between waterings. Don’t let your plant sit in water. Water about every 3 weeks and even more sparingly during the winter.
Your plants will let you know if they have a disease problem; growth slows, stunts or becomes spindly; leaves turn yellow, show white powdery blotches or develop spots. Infected leaves eventually drop. Plant stems may become soft and mushy, with black discoloration near the soil.
Improper watering is often the reason for sudden dying of plants. … Almost all plants are healthiest if the soil is allowed to dry between watering. Water the plant deeply until it drips through the drainage hole, then let the pot drain completely before returning it to the drainage saucer.