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2Hr Aquarist APT Zero

4 reviews

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.
FAQ Here.


Dose 5ml per 100L four times a week or 3ml per 100L daily.

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    MN
    10/12/2020
    Michael N.
    Malaysia Malaysia
    Sufficient Dosage

    Tried the product APT Zero for the past few weeks, plants are growing nicely with daily 1.5ml dosage. I would like to try out the APT Complete as my shrimp only tank has zero Nitrates, which I think small amount of Nitrates is good for plant growth and colour.

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    09/01/2020
    Elroy .
    Singapore Singapore
    Life made simpler

    Made the switch from using several different Seachem products to APT Zero. It’s been about a month now and so far the results have been promising. Streamlining down to a single fertiliser makes life so much easier and my algae problem, though still present, appears to be much better controlled now. A huge shout out to Peter for his help in identifying the issues with my tank and invaluable advice on the steps to rectify the problems.

    JN
    06/22/2020
    Judy N.
    United States United States
    Apt Zero

    So far so good. The tank looks great.

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    GB
    06/17/2020
    Grace B.
    United States United States
    Probably working?

    I have a low tech system with lots of Anubius and java fern, along with some moneywort and wisteria. All my plants are showing growth and new leaves, which is great!


    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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