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Re: [APD] Hygro leaves falling off...
You are surely right, normally...
But I went to 2000 (TWO THOUSAND) mg/l of K
before admitting in my case it was something else ;-)
Some fishes dying, SAE first :-(
After thinking it was Mg then P
as my H. zosterifolia still melt from time to time
I'm thinking at Fe after reducing CO2 bubbling rate...
Doing great :
N. lotus red
E. horemanii red
Doing nicely :
H. stricta THAILAND
A. bateri nana
C. x willisii
Nearly dead :
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ellen O'Connell" <oconnel4 at ix_netcom.com>
To: "aquatic plants digest" <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 8:58 PM
Subject: RE: [APD] Hygro leaves falling off...
> >I'd really appreciate some help with this issue. If someone among us can
> >put their finger on my problem, I'd be grateful.
> I think if you look around on the Krib you'll find a list of nutrient
> deficiencies and their symptoms. Pinpoint holes in the oldest leaves of
> hygro is potassium deficiency.
> Ellen O'Connell
> Parker, CO
> mailto:oconnel4 at ix_netcom.com
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