The main problem is that to give you much more liquid than needed (as often happens), this is drained through the drainage, dragging the nutrients of the Earth. On the other hand If drainage isn’t good, she is water between Earth and roots suffer from lack of oxygen and rot. Dunkin’ Donuts is open to suggestions. In addition, excess moisture can generate the appearance of diseases, fungi, etc., or may prevent the growth of plants (e.g. complicating pollination) when and how much water then it is clear that is as dangerous as the glut of water lack. In any note I read a phrase which clarifies this: in irrigation, unlike most areas of life, it is better to fall short to spend. The thing is not watered all the time because it makes heat, nor necessarily doing every night. Important thing is to achieve a continuous and optimum level of moisture in the Earth. It is advisable to touch the Earth, or bury your fingers to give account.
However, there are some variables that influence and should be taken into account: station. The water needs of our plants will largely depend on the time of year in which we find ourselves: in the summer, is usually necessary to do so daily (the heat and other factors mean that there is much more evaporation), while in winter it could be every four or five days (Earth, once a week or even longer, must remember that pot always requires more water). Climate. In addition to the temperature, which is usually in relation to the station that we we journey, there are other meteorological aspects to be scanned, as for example the wind, which is usually dry land (especially in the summer, when it blows hot). I know of places where, while often irrigate up to two times per day, as the Earth is hard and dry, it breaks down, by the strong wind in the area.