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We don't put tomato plants in aquariums, but nevertheless, I found the following photos interesting because they illustrate specific nutrient deficiencies in a single plant species.

I'm no expert, but the deficiency symptoms seem similar to those described for aquarium plants.

http://4e.plantphys.net/article.php?ch=t&id=289
 

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One caution: Since the tomato deficiency pictures show only leaves, the Calcium and Boron deficiency pictures are not very useful because these two deficiencies show up primarily in the growing tips.
 

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I've got some anubias sp. with CO2 deficiency. I wonder if anyone would be interested in seeing them?
 

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Hi vdda2912,

I see this is your first post, welcome to APC! There is a lot of great information here and friendly people to help if you need it. Could you please be more specific, what help are you requesting?
 

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Here you go Zapins. Sorry for the bad photo quality.



Bacopa innominata - nitrogen deficiency. Apparently, this species is very intolerant of low nitrogen levels. This is from a while back. I've greatly increased Flourish Nitrogen levels and it's doing much better.
 
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