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All-in-One Liquid makes life easy

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 AIO 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, AIO 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). AIO Liquid is made out of pure raw materials for optimum bio-availability and contains no ballast salts or chlorides. As AIO 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 AIO 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.

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