Thanks for your quick replies. There are no new plants in my setup. All, especially the staur. Repens and baby tears already went through their acclimation period months ago and were taking over and beautiful algae free, deficiency free.
The picture I just posted in my last post is of when it was at its prime. That was two weeks ago and now the repens is half as dense, leaves and stems are turning a milky clear color and melting into moosh. I've had to pull a lot out. All the other plants are just not as vibrant, no new growth and some brown algae on my anubias leaves.
The following pictures are of today after the last two weeks of struggling with nitrogen levels and adding my new eheim 2211 canister filter.
I have read a lot about phosphates do not pose harm in that 1-2 range to plants or fauna and I've had mine that high in the past and nothing bad happened.
I have mr aqua soil covered by a thin layer of black sand with few osmocote tabs pushed into the soil.
Tank was set up in April. Eheim 2211 addition forced a recycle and since then Nitrates have vanished whenever I dose.
Plants are looking bad but they are pearling today. Staur. Repens are continuity no to melt.
I dose Seachem trace, iron, nitrogen, potassium and phosphorous. I use RO/DI water with equilibrium added.
I have a chihiros aquasky 7 level adjustable crystal light on a dim/ramp and a co2 paintball setup running at 30 ppm with a GLA in tank atomizer and a Fabco needle valve.
Micranthemoides baby tears
Java lace fern
Anubias (golden and nana petite)
All pictures below are as of today EXCEPT
THE LAST two PICTUREs is of the repens the same day the eheim was added two weeks ago. Just for comparison