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[APD] Re: A real newbie question

Thanks, Giancarlo.  Unfortunately, I can't find the Fluorish here locally.  
Guess I'll call BigAls.  

In a message dated 10/1/03 12:25:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time, 
aquatic-plants-request at actwin_com writes:

> Hi there,
> I would try putting a Flourish tab under the plant. The pin holes could
> indicate low potassium and the whitish leaves insufficient iron.
> Hope that helps
> Giancarlo Podio
> ----- Original Message ----- 
>  a.. To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
>  b.. Subject: [APD] A real newbie question
>  c.. From: GramFran413 at aol_com
> I have several 10G tanks, all planted.  One of them has aponogeton,
> echinodorus barthii, java moss, valisneria spiralis, saggiteria subulata and
> a
> good-sized bunch of giant hygro.  Everything but the giant hygro is at least
> doing
> well, if not thriving, with the exception of the giant hygro.  I've had it
> for
> maybe six months and it's never grown.  It's just been standing there
> "looking
> at me".  In recent weeks, it's become paler and paler and is now developing
> some pinholes in the leaves.

Fran Sanders, LMD
Marysville, WA

Growing old is inevitable; growing UP is optional.
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