Agree, Diana. Most plants are growing really well and fast.
It's just these:
Hygro - pinholes and leaf shedding. Should be fixed with new, high K dosage. New leaves coming up are HUGE and healthy looking. A week after increasing K to 30+ ppm, I am still getting shedding of lower leaves. I have a dense street of Hygro Kompact and when I run my fingers thru it, I am still getting leaf shedding and all shed leaves have classic K-deficiency pinholes in them. Guessing once an older leaf has been tapped for its K content, it will shed, even if the plant is no longer K deficient. ??
Some Rotalas: pinched tips
Saururus: green veins.
Eichornia diversifolia: some tips have turned dark. Most are fine and growing really well. But I think this may be from partial shading.
Last edited by Saxa Tilly; 05-07-2015 at 05:43 PM.
Reason: Added info about Hygro and K deficiency symptoms.