Originally Posted by Seattle_Aquarist
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Trying to diagnose a deficiency with just a picture is sort of like me taking a picture of my car engine to a mechanic and asking him what is wrong with it.
How about a little more information please?
Tank size -
nitrates (ppm of NO3) -
What nutrients are you dosing?
How much of each?
Do you do a weekly water change? How much?
Also, so pictures of other plants in the tank showing new growth and mature leaves might help.
Sorry for the lack of information! lol
Here it is:
Itís a 10 gallon
PH around 6.5 - 6.8
dGH 8 - 10
Itís a shrimp only tank and since I am using nutrient soil I only add equilibrium, potassium and micro. I add equilibrium maybe once every other water change. I change 10% water once per 2-3 weeks. But I run the tank at 72 Fahrenheit so I add an additional 1 gallon once 2 weeks due to evaporation.
No CO2 so I donít dose heavily. About 5 to 10 ppm of Seachem Potassium per week and recommended dosage twice a week for Seachem Flourish.
Tank is setup less than 6 months
Excuse the AR, i stuck those in there as an experiment and just some more covers for the shrimp to hide so I know it requires CO2 and and better condition to thrive
I am having the same issue with this plant in a high tech tank that I dose like a clock so I donít get it
Here are a few more images of the tank
This is the same plant but in a high tech tank
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