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  1. Phosphate Deficiency In Hygrophila Corymbosa

    Phosphate deficiency presents as deteriorating old leaves. New growth is healthy until the deficiency becomes severe. The random pattern of yellowing and necrosis is typical of phosphate deficiency. Some plants show necrosis at the tip of the leaf.
  2. Phosphate Deficiency In Hygrophila Corymbosa

    Phosphate deficiency presents as deteriorating old leaves. New growth is healthy until the deficiency becomes severe. The random pattern of yellowing and necrosis is typical of phosphate deficiency. Some plants show necrosis at the tip of the leaf.
  3. Phosphate Deficiency In Anubias Emersed Form 1

    Phosphate deficiency is characterized by leaf tip and edge necrosis. This appears in old leaves only, new leaves are unaffected. Leaf veins and stems will remain green and healthy until leaf tissue has fully died, then veins will die as well.
  4. Phosphate Deficiency In Anubias Emersed Form 2

    Phosphate deficiency is characterized by leaf tip and edge necrosis. This appears in old leaves only, new leaves are unaffected. Leaf veins and stems will remain green and healthy until leaf tissue has fully died, then veins will die as well.
  5. Phosphate Deficiency in Sword Plant 2

    Phosphate deficiency occurs in older leaves. Necrosis starts at the edges and tips of leaves and works back towards the stem.
  6. Phosphate Deficiency in Sword Plant

    Phosphate deficiency is characterized by dead patches of tissue starting mostly at the tips of older leaves only. Dead tissue will also appear along leaf edges and spread inwards towards the main leaf vein.
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