Aptus All-in-One Liquid
All-in-One Liquid is a 100% mineral based fertilizer suited for all mediums and systems. It can be used from the vegetative phase all the way through to flowering/maturation phase. The unique manufacturing process makes All-in-One Liquid less sensitive to pH-variations and therefore applicable in a wide pH-range. It contains essential elements: nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium and also micro-elements: boron, molybdenum, iron, manganese, zinc and copper.
On soil (peat) All-in-One Liquid is a complete basic nutrient. In hydro/coco we advise to combine All-in-One Liquid with CaMg-Boost for best results. When combining these products it is wise to keep pH below 6,3 in order to prevent precipitation of Calcium/Magnesium.
All-in-One Liquid is a highly concentrated nutrient (1:1000). The standard dilution rate is 1 ml/l. Because of the high concentration, All-in-One Liquid is cost effective to use. It can be used in all applications (soil, coco, rockwool, soil-less etc.) and is fully soluble and suited for all wateringsystems (incl. re-circulation systems). All-in-One Liquid is made out of pure raw materials for optimum bio-availability and contains no ballast salts or chlorides. As All-in-One Liquid contains no chlorides, it has no negative impact on micro-life
Use All-in-One Liquid every time you water your plants. The measured EC when dissolving All-in-One Liquid is the real EC-value as it contains no ballast salts and chlorides. This explains why the measured EC when using All-in-One Liquid is in general lower than the measured EC with competitive products. Under optimal conditions the dilution rate may be increased up to max. 2 ml/l.
Tips from successful growers
- Always properly stir your solution when adding nutrients and respect the order of mixing. Check our video about mixing Aptus nutrients below.
- For maximum plant development combine All-in-One Liquid with Regulator, Startbooster, Topbooster, Super-PK and CaMg-boost.
- All-in-One Liquid can be used on a wide variety of crops. From root- and tubercrops to fruits, flowers and ornamental plants.