It is crucial to water roots and to ensure they are disease-free. Root disease can manifest in the conditions of leaves and flowers. The symptoms of diseased roots include yellow foliage or stumped growth. It can be confusing since many gardeners may confuse root disease with a lack of watering or soil nutrients. In this case, it is best to ensure that all roots have the necessary soil nutrients and water to secure a plantâ€™s health. Whenever using a garden, it is best to plant in an area that will not hamper root growth. Before planting, make sure the ground is cleared of any stones, roots, and insects to protect the plant. You might want to do some digging to make sure that the ground is free of grubs, fungus, or anything else that may come to harm a plant. Be sure to till the round and add the necessary soil nutrients before planting. Roots should always have plenty of room to grow and be free of objects and any underground pests that will come to drain a plantâ€™s health. It is always important to water a plant so it will get plenty of moisture. Ways to tell if the roots are getting too much or too little water is to touch the ground to ensure the area is not too dry or muddy. You can dig up a portion of the ground for starter plants to check the root quality. Make sure that these holes are adequately protected. If you are growing potted plants, make sure the plant has a good amount of space. Even for small plants, it is best to grow a plant in a large pot to secure the maximum amount of space possible. Sometimes the roots are visible on the surface of the soil and should be healthy and thriving. The condition of root health is visible by its healthy and sprawling structure. If your plant is still unhealthy after all this, it may be suffering from the disease. Dig in the ground to ensure the roots are not being eaten b grubs or any other insect that dwells underground. Be on the lookout for fungus and mold that may come to infect roots. You can use the necessary fungicide or insecticide to free roots of any problems. The roots are the main factor behind a plantâ€™s health and should always be looked at first at the first sign of plant trouble.