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Ludwigia Repens Rubin

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Is there a specific cause for the curling in these leaves?

GH 5.2 (24ppm Ca, 8ppm Mg)
28ppm NO3
8ppm PO4
31ppm K

Burr's Micro mix .45Fe as proxy.

Pool Filter Sand substrate.

Thanks for any insight.
 

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Rubin leaves arent gonna be completely flat but those are a little unhappy right now. Are they newly acquired? If they're tops you replanted try going with longer ones next time. Its a tough easy plant and grows fine in sand. Will probably grow out of it

Rubin
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Glandulosa (in back) has flat leaves
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