Neutro T Aquarium Fertiliser - Small

  • Stock: 128 units in stock
  • Dimensions: 500ml
  • Model: NTS
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Description

Neutro T is a liquid aquarium plant fertiliser which provides all the necessary trace elements including iron for your low tech planted aquarium. Low tech means aquariums which are not using pressurised CO2.  The ingredients in Neutro T are special. They work quickly and effectively when dosed as recommended. Your plants will show the benefits of this product and reward you in no time.

Dosage: This product needs to be dosed daily so that your plants have a steady stream of nutrients. There's little point in dumping a weeks worth of fertilisers in one go. Simply add 5ml per 100L every day. It doesn't matter what time of the day you dose, as long as it's every 24 hours.

If you are using CO2, then you need to dose Neutro+ which contains trace elements and macro nutrients (it's an all in one solution). So Neutro T for low tech planted aquariums and Neutro+ for high tech planted aquariums.

However regardless of what type of planted aquarium you have, we recommend using Neutro CO2 which is a liquid carbon supplement (see related products for more information).

Bottle sizes: Small = 500ml,  Medium = 1000ml,  Large = 2000ml

by RUSSELL B. on 10/6/2019

Always buy this. Only bought this small size as needed to ride me over till payday!

by Claire D. on 30/4/2019

I’m a total newbie to fish keeping so I needed something nice and easy for my small simple tank. Seems to be working, I haven’t killed anything yet

by Anthony S. on 17/4/2019

Good product Keeps my plants thriving

by Ian J. on 25/3/2019

Good result, on my second bottle now, remember dosage is I guide I upped my by 20% as my plants matured

by Anthony S. on 10/4/2018

Since using this product all my plants grow well and algae is much reduced

by Walter R. on 4/3/2018

Ideal for planted aquarium with low tech plant maintenance. Use as needed for type and number of plants.

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Guest
Hi, I have a few jungle val, a few crypts, java moss and soon to add frogbit in my new 90L tank. Is this product necessary for this set up?

 
Staff
Absolutely - the number of customers who think fertilisers are not necessary is staggering. If you don't give your plants fertilisers its a bit like deciding to starve your plants to death through lack of nutrition. Enough said I think!

 
Guest
For a beginner looking to grow some plants in play sand, would you recommend this? I have some JBL balls which I was going to use but could this be used with them or would I see good growth with either one alone?

 
Staff
Use both fertilising balls and neutro T

 
Guest
I have a 19l fluval Spec should I use Neutro T and Neutro CO2 and should I remove the active charcoal from the filter or leave it in place?

 
Staff
Always remove any activated carbon from filters if you have plants

 
Guest
Hi I have a 19l fluval Spec set up 5 weeks now (no fish yet). A new customer ,I purchased £40 plants from yourselves and have been treating with recomended dose level of netro t and netro co2. The plants are developing brown spots and are not looking very healthy and I am also now plagued with snails which is both frustrating and disappointing (no mention of possible snails when plants were purchased). I leave the lighting on for 10 hours/ day.I believe I am doing the right thing but something is amiss can you offer any advice on both issues. Thankyou.

 
Staff
Have you downloaded our free ebook from our home page? If not please do so. Re snails - there is always the chance of snails from plants unless you chose Vitro plants - these are the only way to guarantee no snails. Re lighting - yours is in for far too long. Start at 7 hours per day.

 
Guest
High all, I am going to set up a 20 litre low tech tank with approx' 2 watts per litre of lighting am I right in thinking I need to Dose Neutro T and Neutro co2 Daily? Thanks in advance John

 
Staff

Correct :)


 
Guest
Just purchased this product, and noticed that on the label it recommends a MINIMUM 30% water change weekly. I currently perform approx 20% water change every week. 30% minimum seems quite high to me, and wasn't mentioned in your description of the product. What's the reason for this, and what would you recommend.

 
Staff

30% is actually not a lot. If you can do more, the better. More water changes = cleaner water which = less algae.


 
Guest
Is this product ok to use in a shrimp tank ?

 
Staff

yes


 
Guest
Do you know if this product contains copper ? Thanks.

 
Staff

Copper is a trace element and as a result necessary for plant growth. This product has a trace amount of copper but will not effect shrimp - assuming that is your concern.


 
Guest
Does Neutro T contain the main plant fertilisers ie. Magnesium sulphate, Potassium nitrate, Potassium phosphate or does it only contain Chelated trace elements?

 
Staff

Only contain Chelated trace elements

Sounds like you're after Neutro+ which is for CO2 infused aquariums


 
Guest
I don't use pressurised CO2, I use liquid CO2 so is Neutro T what I want or do I want the Neutro ?

 
Guest
Does it change the colour of the tank water? I've used a brown looking fertiliser before and it left the water looking brown and dirty.

 
Staff

If you don't use pressurised co2 use Neutro T


 
Staff

Neutro T does not change the colour of water


 
Guest
Hi there my maths is not so good and i would appreciate someone help. I've got a low tech 60L tank How much neutro T do i use thanks.

 
Staff

About 3ml to start with


 
Guest
Thanks so much for the reply!! Going by your reply i need to up it at some point? how much too and when?

 
Staff

As plants grow they need more food. Add more when they get bigger. Probably double your current dose


 
Guest
I have Anubias with edges of some leaves slowly turning yellow although at same time new growth is also appearing. Could this be micro or macro nutrients shortahe?

 
Staff

With anubias it would be micro. Add Neutro T



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