Aquarium dwarf lily

Tetratamer

Quick question. Some of the leaves of my aquarium dwarf lily has holes in it. I don’t think it’s a nutrient deficiency. I use 1 pump aquarium co op easy green once a week.
Should I trim the leaves with holes in it or leave it?
If you think it is a nutrient deficiency what would it be? I also have root tabs in for crypt, vallisneria, and dwarf sag.
 

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TClare

I believe it could be potassium deficiency, maybe dose extra potassium, eg seachem, and see if it helps?
 
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The2dCour

I would not trim them. The good parts of the leaf are still gathering light for the plant. IME this plant will do this with a potassium deficiency. IF they are blocking light from new growth consider trimming. Any lily pads yet or just the low leafs?

Also, give the plant a week or two to get used to its new home! Until those roots get established it may do weird things. You may not need to dose anything extra.
 
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