looking around the net, ... so every picture is someone elses ...
never looks like this:
this would be great, nice color under water, leaves proud and broad out of the water
found a picture from long ago of what the leaves where like back then (this is in transition from submerged to emerged, ... the color is pale at this point, the leaves are showing minor backwards curling:
but clearly lacking any deep green (same color submerged)
at times i lack focus and get side-tracked, so i haven't done much, recent curiosities have again inspired me to search for what is going on and what i can do to correct the issue
colors have gotten worse (more yellow)
seeing other pictures of what the tank used to be like, ... everything is more pale & yellow :(
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the colors are almost identical to this, i'm assuming the colors in the picture are due to glare from the lights, ... unfortunatly my plants look similar in color to this to my eyes (no glare - that's really sad :(
(the leaves are not stunted like this image - but my tank does have the tell-tale signs of potassium deficiency all over.)
i hope this helps.
i keep looking at the pictures of nutrient deficiencies online and wonder "well what can i add to fix it?"
but nothing quite seems the right description, ... the whole leaf is pale, no darker green veins on the leaves, ... this leaves me stumped.
i'm only ruling out calcium deficiency as the snails in the tank are good, the tank has dissolved almost 1.5 cuttle bones (29 gallons), ...
my default in thinking is nutrient deficiencies
i'm also curious about nutrient toxicity levels, ... but those are really hard to find information on :(