First of all, you can judge by observing the leaves of the mage. If the mage's blades are stretched, there is no need to water. If the mage's blades are dull and colorless, watering is needed. If the mage's blades are harder, there is no need to water. If the leaves are soft, watering is needed immediately. You can also observe the state of the soil. If the soil is more humid, there is no need to water. If the soil is white, watering and moisturizing immediately need to be watered.
1. Observe the status of the mage
First you can use the observation of the state of the mage to determine whether it should be watered. The luster and the leaves are stretching, indicating that the mage does not lack water and does not need to be watering. If the mage's leaves are dim or lustrous, and the leaves are gathered together, it means that the mage lacks water and needs to be replenished in time.
2. Touch the leaves
You can also determine whether to water the mage's leaves and touch the leaves of the mage with your hands. It is very flexible and relatively hard, indicating that the mage has more water content and does not need to be watering. If the mage's blades are soft, it means that the mage is seriously lacking and needs to supplement water.
3. Observe the soil
In addition to observing the mage's own state to judge, it can also be judged by observing the color of the soil. If the soil is wet, it means that the water is sufficient and no watering is required. If the soil has been pale, it means that the soil is relatively dry, and it needs to be watered and moisturized in time.
4. Stretching and touching
You can also insert your fingers into the soil. It feels that the soil contains tide, indicating that there is no need to water. If the soil is relatively dry and there is no moisture, it means that the soil is severely dehydrated. At this time, it is necessary to water it appropriately to make the soil in a slightly moist state.