Categories Fertilizing Aquatic plants nutrient deficiency diagram A detailed step by step checklist to identify plant deficiencies. Content adapted from the Zapin’s article on the Aquatic Plant Central Forum, USA. Post author By amitosays Post date November 6, 2010 6 Comments on Aquatic plants nutrient deficiency diagram Tags deficiency, diagram, fertilizing, Plants ← How to mineralize soil: Walstad method → How to ship aquatic plants (within USA) 6 replies on “Aquatic plants nutrient deficiency diagram” […] Re: Plant Deficiency Diagram Greetings all, I have updated the infographic. For ease of documentation and maintenance, i have created a special website which will host all of these infographics. A bunch of features will be added to the site over a period of time. So, i invite you all to view the updated version here: Aqua Calc Infographics […] […] sound like they're being eaten. here is the updated version of the plant deficiency diagram: http://emergingintuitions.com/aquaca…raphics/?p=333 hope this helps… Also, a better pic is needed for anyone of us to analyze your problem. […] […] Re: Help ID growth?!? before the ferts check, make sure your levels of CO2 are adequate in the water column. i've had this algae in my tanks when my levels of co2 were very low. also make sure that there is enough water flow around the plants…. you can also refer to this diagram and checklist for more info: http://emergingintuitions.com/aquaca…raphics/?p=333 […] […] http://www.aquariumlife.com.au/showt…d=1#post338162 Give credit where actual credit is due: http://infographics.myaquacalc.com/?p=333 It was made by some guy on […] […] and what is your dosing regime on the nutrients? Are you plants showing any signs of deficiency? http://infographics.myaquacalc.com/?p=333 Tell us about your lights, nutrient dosing, and co2 set up. : […] Excellent Chart THANK YOU !! Leave a Reply to Nutrient Deficiency or Plants Eaten? Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.