Neutro T Plant Fertiliser - Medium

  • Stock: 80 units in stock
  • Dimensions: 1000ml
  • Model: NTM
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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, XLarge = 4000ml.

The bottles has a cap which measures 10ml. In order to dose you can pour directly into that or use one of our dispensing bottles (which is on the better together promotion on the right hand side of the screen).

Shake the bottle well before use.

also purchased

 
by Gillian S.
I was nervous at first about putting this in the aquarium, wondering if it would harm the fishes. However, they don't mind the daily routine, even though it doesn't provide any immediate source of food for them! I never kept plants any length of time before. Now I realise it was because I didn't look after them. This product has given me a new interest, and the aquaria are benefitting.

 
by Bryan G.
Great product

 
by Mark D.
I haven’t got the best lighting & most plants seem to be doing well. The only downside is if you miss one dose, you have to start over again. Not sure how this affects things, but it’s stated on the bottle.

 
by Peter C.
my recently installed plants showed little sign of growth, after purchasing this product and its accompanying CO2, health and growth of plants has been phenomenal

 
by Brenda H.
I have two large tanks, one has pressurised C02 and the other has liquid C02. So, its my fancy goldfish that have this and the liquid and the plants are doing amazingly! Everything has grown! Except algae..... there is very little and that is something im very happy about! So, happy plants, very happy fish and an even happier me!

 
by Chris A.
Only just started using it but seems to working ok

Ask a question about this product
 
Guest
I have a tank with just tap water inside in the cambridgeshire area (which is a hard water area). Will adding this product to make my tank make it at all go a little milky due to precipitation of calcium/magnesium carbonates (due to the hard water and high ph (8) after this is added? As I have these effects when I use seachems Flourish Iron liquid at the correct dose.

 
Staff
If you're using Seachem Flourish and you're seeing some precipitation, that's to do with the phosphate in your water as opposed to the hardeness. But there should be no precipitation of this product in any type of water, unless you're using a buffer (like API ph 7) which uses phosphate to buffer. If you need to use a buffer try Seachem acid or alkaline buffer that are suitable for planted aquariums.

 
Guest
What chelators do you use EDTA, DTPA Or HEEDTA

 
Staff

EDTA


 
Guest
Is this product suitable for use along with Neutro CO2 in a 'FluvalSpec 2' 19L tank?

 
Staff

Yes it's just what you need, assuming you are not using pressurised CO2


 
Guest
Hello, I'm interested in using the product but would like to know if it is OK to use in shrimp tanks? I have some really nice high grade crystals and I would like to use a product with no bad stuff in (copper ect) thanks

 
Staff

All neutro products are safe for shrimp tanks


 
Guest
are your fertilisers safe for discus which are kept in HMA filtered water?

 
Staff

Yes


 
Guest
i have been using neutron co2 can I change to neutro t or do I need to use both. I use asda mineral water with a tiny bit of hard tap water gives me ph of 7 for last year and fish are doing great but plants struggle a little hoping the fertilizer will sort that.

 
Staff

You need to use both


 
Guest
Which fertiliser do I use if I am adding Liquid CO2? This one or the Neutro ?

 
Staff

If you are using pressurised CO2 use Neutro+

If you ARE NOT using pressurised CO2 use Neutro T


 
Guest
Does this mix contain any macro nutrients such as nitrates or phosphates?

 
Staff

No. Trace elements only 


 
Guest
Hello does this fertiliser add nitrates to the tank?

 
Staff

No - if you want to add nitrates use Neutro +


 
Guest
How long the bottle can be open, please? would it be still ok after 2 years?

 
Staff

too long - discard and replace


 
Guest
One the bottle has been opened, how long before you'd recommend throwing it away/replacing it? I'm judging the size I'd need/get. Same question for the Co2 liquid as well please? Thanks in advance.

 
Staff

Generally 12 months max. But the sooner it's used the better and more effective it is (oxidisation).


 
Guest
I currently use Seachem Flourish which has to be kept in the fridge a few month after opening, is this the same? and does it offer anything that Seachem Flourish doesn't? Thanks

 
Staff

You don't need to keep this in the fridge. We don't sell seachem so cannot comment 


 
Guest
I've just got gravel in my tank , but would like a more natural looking tank , I have lots of bog wood and have bought lots of potted plants - I didn't realise there was so much more to it !!! I am going to completely empty my tank and replace all my gravel with a soil substrate , and start using these fertilisers as recommended . Has anyone got any advice for me to do this ? I'm presuming my community tank will be ok with the change over to soil substrate and the adding of fertilisers ? I will of course keep at least half of my water when emptying my tank - it's going to be a big job !!!!

 
Staff

this fertliser is a good start - don't forget your liquid carbon though


 
Guest
Help! I have blackbeard algae in my tank,how can I get rid of this as this is starting to become a real problem I have a 190Lt Juwel Trigon tank,gravel/rocks and bogwood.A Fluval 406 Filter 2No Juwel 28W Day lights which are on for 8Hrs daily In addition I have a CO2 System for 7Hrs daily,and use root tabs on the gravel rooted plants

 
Staff

That's quite a question...

I'd start by reducing your lighting, increasing your CO2, incresing fertilisers (use Neutro+) make sure you dose Neutro CO2, perform 50% water changes twice a week, add algae eating shrimp, improve flow and add more plants.


 
Guest
Do you have a shop on eBay?

 
Staff

We sell on eBay and Amazon but it's cheaper and faster buying on our website 


 
Guest
I have a fluvel flex 57lt I’m new to this ,my tank has lots of plants do I use this only ? Cheers

 
Staff

Use it alongside Neutro CO2

https://www.aquaessentials.co.uk/neutro-co2-liquid-carbon-medium-p-6377.html?cPath=544_551


 
Guest
I’ve read that you have to increase the fertiliser as the plants grow, by how much should you add, can you overdose? Also I’m using this with the liquid CO2, am I right in that you workout your volume of water and dose the CO2 according to this and don’t increase this.

 
Staff

Every tank is different so not a specific rule. Generally you'd increase dose by 20 percent and see how it goes. Overdosing is not harmful.

Neutro CO2- stick to dosage on bottle


 
Guest
Hi I’ve been using this for awhile now and my plants seem to stop growing and my Java fern is now getting small holes on the leaves and turning a bit brown/black. I have increased this fertiliser to 25ml I have a 200l what would u recommend I increase the does? Would 30ml be too much? I do have quite a lot of plants I just don’t won’t to do too much in case I cause any other problems

 
Staff

There is no such thing as too much fertiliser. You need to be increasing your dose sometimes double or triple compare to the label and you also need to be dosing lquid carbon.

If you have a lot of plants, switch to neutro+ which contains more macronutrients.


 
Guest
I’m the one who asked the last question about increasing the neutro t I thought the neutro was for c02 tanks? I do does liquid carbon daily at 4ml if I switch to neutro would I still does 25ml daily or would I have to lower it? Thanks for ur help

 
Staff

Neutro T is low tech tanks

Neutro+ for high tech tanks (which inject pressurised CO2)

25ml is roughly what you start at for dosing then work your way up depending on plant demands


 
Guest
Hi, What are the ingredients please? I'd like to compare this to my current fert (TNC Complete) to see whether a switch would do any good. I'm running a 'low tech' aquarium (dosing Seachem Flourish Excel for carbon). Thanks,

 
Staff

Boron
Copper
Iron
Manganese
Molybdenum
Zinc

I'd recommend using this product with Neutro CO2 for the best effects

https://www.aquaessentials.co.uk/neutro-combo-low-tech-medium-p-8172.html?cPath=544_208


 
Guest
Hi, can you treat the water with treatments such as melafix when using liquid CO2 and Neutro T? Thanks

 
Staff

We don't sell melafix so unsure. Does it say not to use with fertilisers?


 
Guest
Hi, I don’t actually have a bottle, one of my fish seems to have a lump so was just gonna treat the water. Can you recommend anything what will be suitable with fertilisers which you sell. I don’t know what the lump is and he’s otherwise healthy.

 
Staff

I can't as we don't sell medication - look on their website for more info and other dosing


 
Guest
hello so i had my water tested at a shop as a new fish i brought died and everything was fine apart from i had high nitrate so im trying to work out why does this contain nitrate? can u ues too much neutro t im using 30ml daily in a 200L and sometimes use ur Neutro Plant Boost and also dose 4ml Neutro CO2 Liquid daily can any of these products effect my nitrate levals?

 
Staff

You can't over dose this product and none of the Neutro range will effect live stock. 

Your liquid carbon dose should be slightly less as your tank holds less than 200l - take into account substrate, rock and the fact your tank is not full to the top.

If your new fish died, most likely down to the shop not holding it long enough or acclimated too quickly.



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