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16 Jun 2014 13:15 #1 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
I have a few plants growing in my parents fish tank. On Friday all seemed green and lush. They'd been planted almost 2 weeks ago seemed to be showing great growth, but I looked in this morning and some of the newer leaves seem quite pale. I've been dosing with EasyCarbo from day one but I'd only intended to start with ferts today. What is the cause of the pale leaves? Iron deficiency? Or something worse?

I'll post pictures this evening

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16 Jun 2014 19:12 - 16 Jun 2014 19:12 #2 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)



they're just pale and anaemic looking

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16 Jun 2014 19:37 #3 by anglecichlid (ciaran hogan)
Tbh they don't look to bad,
In saying that there's nothing to compare them too,
My work aquarium plants don't look that good
And there thriving.
Il post a picture up of them tomorrow ;)

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But it takes real skill to be a fish keeper,


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16 Jun 2014 19:59 #4 by LemonJelly (Johnny Cowley)
Ha! Cheers.

They don't look terrible but they don't look right to me. I just want to nip the problem in the bud, so to speak :whistle:

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16 Jun 2014 20:54 #5 by anglecichlid (ciaran hogan)
I here ya bud ;)

Anyone with a aquarium can keep fish,
But it takes real skill to be a fish keeper,


And it's spongeBob,
SpongeBob lives in a pineapple under the sea
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