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05-03-2013 04:47 PM
jkaber
Sword plant deficiency ID

Yep, plecostomus. Caught them in the act last night! I guess I need to start feeding them. Plus I have about a dozen baby plecos now.
05-03-2013 01:38 PM
roadmaster Look's more to me like rasping damage from possible Pleco ?
Maybe pottasium (K2SO4) could be increased, and see what result's are after a week or two.
Am only guessing on the pottasium, due to it being utilized by plant's fairly quickly according to plant guru's.
I might be tempted to increase all macro-micro nutreint's a little and note any changes after a week or two.
05-03-2013 08:50 AM
mc1973 One thing to consider is that if you are not cutting off the runners/flowers, the mother plants takes a pretty big hit. Something I experienced with my rose swords.

I'll follow to see if anybody else has suggestions.
05-03-2013 01:09 AM
jkaber
Sword plant deficiency ID

My swords looked great....now not so much. I use fluorite, flourish tabs, all seachem/aqua vitro supplements, Guissman T-5s, pressurized CO2. Now my leaves are looking like this and trim them off everyday. My swords flower and send out countless runners every week. What deficiency is this? Attachment 136994

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