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Thrive+ All In One Liquid Fertilizer | 4000ml Refill


Product Description

  •  Thrive+ is a truly comprehensive supplement for planted aquariums
  •  Thrive+ is specially designed for high tech, low ph(7ph or under) tanks. 
  •  It contains two forms of nitrogen for faster uptake and better growth.
  •  Provides the necessary macro and micro nutrients
  •  Highly concentrated all in one fertilizer
  •  4000ml refill jug
  •  Treats ~20,000 gallons


Thrive+ is a comprehensive supplement for freshwater planted aquarium.  It contains all the necessary micro and macro nutrients essential for healthy flora.  Thrive+ contains higher levels of iron then its predecessor, as well as nitrogen in both its nitrate and organic forms for increased growth.  It is specially formulated for tanks with a ph under 7.

If you have soft water or are using RO/DI water you should also be using a GH booster to ensure proper magnesium and calcium levels.


Dose is 1 pump(2ml) per 10g, 1-3x per week

Each dose adds 7.5ppm NO3, 5ppm K, 1.3ppm PO4 and 0.4ppm Fe


Analysis:  3.2%N, 0.8%P, 9.4%K, 0.76%Fe, 0.06%Mg, 0.009%Cu, 0.02%B,  0.07%Mn, 0.002%Mo, 0.016%Zn 





 *Please do not store in the fridge, this is not necessary and may cause issues with the fertilizer









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  1. great product! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Apr 27th 2018

    I have nothing but great experience with this product. I will continue to use, and suggest to anyone inquiring about planted aquariums.

  2. #1 choice for aquarium fretalizers! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 19th 2018

    Easy to use all in one fertalizer with great results

  3. best all in one fert ive used to date! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 14th 2018

    I was using another all in one fertilizer before I found Thrive and the difference is nothing short of amazing! Everything is green and my black beard algae is almost completely gone! Even the color of the fertilizer was a darker, richer color. I assume it has far more iron in it. Thumbs up from me!

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