Easy Green All in One Fertilizer


Easy Green was made to make your life simple. 1 squirt per 10 gallons once a week for a low to medium light tank. It is Snail, Fish, and Shrimp Safe,which means you don't have to worry. Still not convinced? Check out our article on choosing the right aquarium fertilizer

  • 8.45oz/236ml bottle treats 2,300 gallons
  • 1 liter/1000ml bottle treats 10,000 gallons
  • 2 liter/2000ml bottle treats 20,000 gallons

*Store fertilizers upright and away from children. Pump heads are not leak proof.

Dosing Instructions:
Low-Medium Light
1 Pump per 10 gallons once a week.

Medium-High Light
1 Pump per 10 gallons twice a week.

  • N 1.34% 
  • P 0.10% 
  • K 3.89% 
  • Mg 0.39% 
  • S 0.45% 
  • B 0.01% 
  • Cu 0.00% 
  • Fe 0.08% 
  • Mn 0.02% 
  • Mo 0.00% 
  • Zn 0.01%

For optimal shelf life store out of light.

Customer Reviews

Based on 795 reviews
Fertilization Made Easy

Wish they sold this along with Easy Iron at my lfs. Using these two products has simplified the fertilization process greatly resulting in greater success for healthy plants, cash savings, time savings, and much more. If your a beginner in planted tanks, I highly recommend watching their video, Aquarium Fertilizer Dosing the Tutorial, on YouTube https://youtu.be/9HVT4Tdhl2k

Easily the Best

Super simple to use with great results. This was the first and will be the only liquid fertilizer that I use. Takes the guess work out of feeding your plants

Just buy it

It’s easy. It’s in a green pump bottle. It makes your plants grow in a low tech setup. Just buy it and smile. Pictured is a 16gal bowfront community tank with a low tech setup with pogo octopus, bacopa, and tiger lily (Current 18-24” lighting on 10hr photocycle using one pump twice a week). We also use easy iron to help keep the lily red.


Plants love this stuff! I use along with Easy root tabs, Easy Iron, and Easy Carbon.

Smaller size - Same price - No Thank You

Do yourself a favor and purchase the Nano Easy Green which (I assume) still comes in the 16oz bottle. Use it the same as you would for the Standard Easy Green. There's literally no difference, other than the fact that you still get a full 16oz bottle versus the downsized 8oz bottle of Standard Easy Green. The dilution between Standard and Nano Easy Green are exactly the same.

Dale P seems to be the only other individual who noticed this downgrade in quantity. I care about the expenditure of my money and I am not happy paying the same amount for less product. We get it - this is your "cash cow". Perhaps consider decreasing the price since you decreased the product volume on us.

I will admit the this fertilizer is effective and you may see results if used properly. However, I cannot speak on behalf of using only Easy Green and nothing else. We use the trio (Green+Iron+Carbon) on our tanks after every water change and have observed positive results. YMMV.

Two Stars: One for keeping my money in The United States and supporting a small business. The other star for a decent product overall.

In summary, you are paying the same amount for less product with absolutely zero change to the concentration of the formula.

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