I looked at seachem's website and they had a chart that listed all the nutrients and the symptoms of deficiency. I was wondering if any were appliable to my anarachis. This is what it said for potassium:
1. Chlorosis (lack of chlorophyll, yellowing of leaves)- I had noticed that my anarachis had some yellow leaves
2. Necrosis (blackening/wilting)- one of my stems turned black
3. Weak stems and roots- again, the stem turned black. The entire plant keeled over on the gravel. When I pulled it out everything underground had completely dissolved.
4. Older leaves most affected- Just a few weeks ago I was marveling at how all the plantlets had flawless green leaves and the original plants were all yellow. Right now all of the stems are side shoots off original plants except one. That one is the only one with yellow leaves, it has a still attached side shoot that has green leaves.
So... Any thoughts? I am well aware that supplements in one nutrient can mean deficiency in another, balance is key. So I want to be positive it is potassium before buying flourish potassium.
Thanks in advance!