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The tank is running almost 1 week but anubias still having that yellow and brown coloring at the tip of leaves, what to be the problem



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All my plants in the tank are thriving and pearling like rotala rotundufilia, bacopa, moneywort,hygro "sunset"

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Was it exposed to the air for too long before planting? That would be my bet.

It's not really a good indication of a problem unless brand new leaves are having symptoms. Less than a week isn't enough time for much to go wrong.
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yeah its expose the the air after i move it on the tank, cause i need to setup first the substrate and the driftwood, it takes the anubias 25 mins no water just in a bucket, so how do i fix this problem?

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You can't. You'll just have to make sure not to expose them to the air in future! If you do move them for whatever reason and can't keep them in a bucket with water covering them, take a couple paper towels and wet them down and drape them over the leaves. Keep 'em wet. The submersed grown leaves are real bad about "crisping" if out in the air for any length of time. I know, I've done this a couple of times . Just cut the damaged leaves off as new leaves come in.

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okay just cut the old leaves then just wait for the new one, where should i cut it, at the middle or bottom stem

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i'd wait til the new leaves grow in before doing any trimming. Every little bit helps the plant get over transplant shock.
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