it looks like severe potassium deficiency. Are older leaves on any of the other plants diying back?
My thoughts exactly. I don't think nutrient deficiency caused the holes.neonfish3 said:I think the 6 bristlenose might have something to do with those holes.....
It is the Pleco ! I had the same problem and it took me a long time to figure out it is the Pleco which has been eating the Amazon Swordplant. I had both pleco and Swordplant in 2 different tanks but only one pleco eat Amazon Swordplant ! Once I took out the pleco, the problems was solved and the plant started growing again.HeyPK said:On second thought, it might be pleco damage.
taybelZ said:Yeh, there are other plants with simular sort of problem. I noticed all my plants seem to grow slower then usual. The tank is 48 X 18 X 18 inch about 55 gallons. The fluros are pretty new, so no problems there... i think i probaly have a lack of nuterients in the water... shall test the water and return with results.