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Derformed new leaves even with supplimentation

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plant Fertilization' started by Rahul Jawahar, Mar 25, 2017.

  1. fablau

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    If you could show a closeup of such pinholes, that'll help to understand what could be the cause of them.


    Keep us posted!
     
  2. Rahul Jawahar

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    Strangely i cant find them. i removed most of affected part during last trim. Its not in any of stems. Will update if i find them again
     
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    That's good! Please, keep us posted.
     
  4. Rahul Jawahar

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    @fablau those pinholes are back
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  5. Pikez

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    Overall, the plants look good. Minor nutrient imbalance, but if you can get Ammannia gracilis and Ludwigia glandulosa to look like that, you're ahead of most. The color on Ammannia suggests rich macros. Unless the pinholes are keeping you up at night, I'd move on and enjoy the tank.
     
  6. Rahul Jawahar

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    @Pikez I removed gracillis from my tank 1 month back. It remained stunted. The plant in 1st pic i received as nesea sp red( it might be crassicaulis), the plant in 2nd pic i bought as ammania senegelensis.
     
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    A. senegalensis is slightly more difficult than gracilis or crassicaulis.

    Nesea sp. Red is typically reserved for A. praetermissa, which is not what you have. And be glad.
     
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  8. Rahul Jawahar

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    why Persicaria "sao Paolo" having deformed leaves? All other plants are growing fine.
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