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Is this Echinodorus schlueteri?

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Ekrindul, Aug 18, 2010.

  1. Ekrindul

    Ekrindul Guru Class Expert

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    Is this Echinodorus schlueteri?

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    And deficiency does this look like with the tearing?
     
  2. Biollante

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    Transition?

    Hi,

    Appears to be Echinodorus schlueteri transitioning to immersed form from emerged. :)

    If that is a new plant or you have been growing it emerged then I am reasonably sure it is Echinodorus schlueteri.

    Off the top, it appears to be Potassium deficiency though these things are hard to say for sure. It looks as though it could use a little more iron/manganese, maybe a lot more depending on how long you have had the plant. :gw

    Can you share information about your setup?

    Biollante
     
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