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OT: Curling Plant Leaves

Posted By: Leadfoot <leadfoot@sbcglobal.net>
Date: Wednesday, 21 April 2004, at 5:46 p.m.

I know this is WAY off-topic, but I also know that many forum members are planted-tank afficianados, so:

I'm wondering what's causing some of my plants' leaves to curl. I have naturally soft water and sand. My amazon Swords love the conditions and grow very majestically. However, SOME of my anubias and crypts seem to have problems.

SOME Anubias: older leaves curl

SOME Crypts (Green): new growth looks healthy, as the leaves age they seem to melt

SOME Crypts (Red): new growth looks healthy, as they age leaves curl severely to the point where they look like sticks, although the leaves are still completely intact

These symptoms appeared over quite some time. I do NOT