Awesome job so far hariom and a great tool side by side with Zapins's diagram, too.
Philosophos said:Both of these lists/diagrams are missing the most common deficiency I've ever had to deal with; CO2.
Most of it looks like calcium issues, and for the most part those in denial about their CO2 levels (we've all been there) tend to go on and on about their, "calcium deficiency"
nfrank said:I recently was led to believe that CO2 deficiency can also look like N deficiency - in some plants.
I think the way to properly label CO2 on the chart is, just on the right of the current list, block the whole plant and within say: "CO2". I'm serious -- it's by far the biggest macro and, you're right, it can show any of these symptoms.Philosophos said:It wouldn't surprise me to see it as N. CO2 can look like K+ as well; structural failure causes holes.
Right now I'm showing CO2 deficiency in some staurogyne from changing my flow dynamics. I'd be screaming N, K and Fe deficiency if I didn't know well enough...