A lot of people do not know this.

A lot of people do not know this.

Post Comments
206
157
49
12 comments
Sort by:

REGISTER | You need to login or register before you can comment.

neiram 0 karmaJuly 2017
The sun is a deadly laser - it doesn't need the help of water to burn plants. Either way, a water droplet that's sitting on something has such a long focal length that the surface itself MIGHT get an extra 1% concentrated sunlight, but that really is negligible, the water will evaporate faster than it will do damage. Although, a bit of water could stimulate bacteria or insects whose actions could cause similar damage to a burn.
withwhat 0 karmaJuly 2017
Its known agronomically as 'scorch'. The main damage comes from the pores opening and the plant losing far more water. Off the top of my head i think water scorches at above 21° in direct sunlight, and some chemicals are worse as they romove the waxy layer
sauroter +1 karmaJuly 2017
Luckily people don't need to know this as it's not true
joebobahead -1 karmaJuly 2017
Duh.
Load more