Tips to care for  Jade Plant in a Rainy Season

Jade plants are highly adaptable and resilient, able to withstand various conditions.

Even though jade plants are tough, they can still face issues in the rainy season. 

Too much rain can cause root rot in these adorable plant

Now, let's discuss some key points to care Jade plant in rainy season:

1. Protect from rain Move your Jade plant under shade or indoor during heavy rain to prevent overwatering.

2. Well-draining soil Ensure the soil allows excess water to drain quickly to prevent waterlogging and root rot.

3. Reduce watering Like other succulents, jade plant prefer dry soil. Only water when the top inch of soil feels dry.

4. Monitor for signs of rot Regularly check the plant for yellowing leaves or soft, mushy stems, which are signs of root rot.  Remove affected parts promptly.

5. Sunlight  Jade plant love sunlight for 4 to 5 hrs. daily. If you place it indoor so ensure where it get plenty of sunlight.

6. Pest control Apply neem cake fertilizer to your plants before the rain starts; it will help prevent problems like fungus and insects.

7. Fungicides and Pesticides Spray your  plants with a neem solution weekly to protect them from fungus and pest attacks.

8. Ventilation Due to the higher humidity, ensure proper ventilation by keeping doors and windows open.

The jade plant is one of the hardiest plants and can handle some rain. It is a good idea to protect the jade plant from heavy rains so that the plant does not receive too much water and avoids potential damage.

By following these tips, you can protect your plant from heavy rainfall.