- Beginner-friendly fertilizer for great plant growth
- Easy-to-use dispenser for quick dosing
- Safe for fish, shrimp, and snails
If you only get one fertilizer for your aquarium plants, then Easy Green is the one you want. As our #1 best-selling product, this all-in-one liquid fertilizer contains all the essential nutrients your aquatic plants need to thrive so that you don’t have to figure it out yourself. Cory, the founder of Aquarium Co-Op, originally developed it for in-store use because he wanted something that was:
1. Easy to use, without having to measure out a ton of different supplements
2. Way more potent than what was available on the market
3. Reasonably priced, because a little goes a long way
While other brands require you to measure out certain milliliters or capfuls, we offer two sizes of Easy Green that come with easy-to-use dispensers for quick dosing. For most planted aquariums, get the 500 ml bottle with the pump head that treats 5,000 gallons total. Just dose 1 pump per 10 gallons of water each week to get great-looking plants for less than a penny per gallon. For nano tanks smaller than 10 gallons, the 120 ml bottle with the dropper cap is perfect and treats 1,200 gallons total.
If you’re new to planted tanks or aren’t getting the results you want, give Easy Green a try. This tried-and-true fertilizer has thousands of 5-star reviews that you can read below to see the incredible results people are getting.
Been 3 weeks so far. Just 4 pumps each Sunday (40 gallons) and that's it! My plants had been struggling but have now been rapidly improving since buying this fertilizer.
Easy Green All-in-One Fertilizer
Honestly it’s very easy to use and with a pump rather than having to use the cap and easy dosing as well. Something I do wonder is how much to dose with high lighting and CO2 Injection. But that’s no biggie! Love the product. It makes my plants grow nice and green!
As expected- it increases your nitrates, so just be careful with the amount + if you're using it while cycling a tank! Do your research to determine low vs. medium light and go from there. It works! My plants love it.