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2Hr Aquarist APT Zero

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Tackle the most demanding plants, or just enjoy everyday magic in tanks with more fish. The easiest way to unlock the true potential of your planted tank today.

The 2Hr Aquarist All-In-One Fertilizer.
Richer Colors, Less Algae. Better Results.
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Dose 5ml per 100L four times a week or 3ml per 100L daily.

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ST
09/02/2021
Sheldon T.
Singapore Singapore
APT Zero is great for low maintenance planted tanks

Been dosing 6ml of APT Zero daily for a month now in a newly planted setup. Normally at this stage I’d be fighting an algae outbreak as the tank usually takes time to settle. But not in this case. So far nothing too serious, just some green algae on the glass which is easy to scrape off. My busy and cryptocoryne which was green is now starting to colour up!

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TH
02/02/2021
Ting H.
Singapore Singapore
Ease of application

I have always been a fan of Dennis's content. But that aside, the Apt zero fertiliser really works for my planted tank that has a school of corydoras, rasboras and apisto. I would recommend to anyone who want a fuss free solution at a reasonable price.

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JZ
28/01/2021
John Z.
United States United States
I can see results

This all-in-one leaner fertilizer is compared to the ADA system and as such, I did just that comparison. Most of my higher tech tanks have been full ADA systems and so I ended up getting the large jugs of ADA fertilizers that ADA retailers use for my tanks (120p, 90p, 60p, 25c, 45p) eventually it got costly and it was hard to get the jug sizes and so I resulted in me looking and experimenting with replacements. I liked the idea of an all-in-one. The first replacement was Tropica’ line of fertilizer, the orange and the green. I found the orange one was too lean and the green one to be too much nutrients for my systems so once again I was on the search. This time around, I stumbled on this APT Zero which on paper checked off everything I was looking for, lean and all-in-one. Compared to ADA, apples to apples, my plants are looking just as healthy, but I had to do some adjustments to other things such as CO2 and lighting. If I kept my systems exactly the same, I would end up with green spot algae and a little hair algae, which had not happened to me previously in the same system using ADA Brighty fertilizers. It might just be a small blip, but I think overall, this can be compared to ADA and my plant growth/health tells me so.

JB
17/01/2021
Joseph B.
United States United States
Quality Growth

I’ve been very happy with APT Zero. My plants are healthier and growth is faster. In addition, the weekly tips I’ve received have kept my algae growth at practically zero. Thanks Dennis.

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KC
10/01/2021
Keith C.
Singapore Singapore
APT Zero

wonderful product and helped me grow my plants very well. i would definitely recommend APT zero for those trying to have a nitrate limitation


Above: a fast-growing 'farm tank' using APT Complete.

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Above: a slower-growing non CO2 tank using APT Zero. 


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