2Hr Aquarist aptd Dew 100ml

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2Hr Aquarist APTD Dew 100ml.
Foliar Mist
Stronger plants and superior growth.
Based on APT’s winning Capstone formula.Spray 2Hr Aquarist APTD Dew evenly 2-3 times per week.

Our Starter 100ml Pack comes with a nano-mist spray.WHY

Foliage feeding is used widely in commercial farming as it provides faster nutrient uptake by bypassing root / soil issues. However it needs (a) frequent application and (b) careful calibration to prevent leaf-burn.Designed for terrariums and paludariums, APT Dew uses composites that are easily absorbed through the leaf surface.


Potassium Sulphate (CAS#7778-80-5), Magnesium Sulphate (CAS#10034-99-8), Magnesium Nitrate (CAS#13446-18-9), Potassium Phosphate (CAS#7778-77-0)

A healthy terrarium is a self-sustaining miniature ecosystem that thrives within a sealed container. It mimics the natural environment of its inhabitants, creating a harmonious balance between plants, animals, and the surrounding microclimate. Here are the key characteristics of a healthy terrarium:

  1. Balanced Plant Life: A healthy terrarium should have a diverse selection of plants that complement each other in terms of their growth requirements and environmental preferences. The plants should be of appropriate size for the terrarium, allowing them to grow without overcrowding or overshading.

  2. Thriving Fauna: If the terrarium includes animals, such as small molluscs, insects, or amphibians, they should be compatible with the plants and the overall ecosystem. Their numbers should be appropriate for the size of the terrarium, ensuring they have sufficient space and resources to thrive.

  3. Optimal Moisture Levels: The terrarium should maintain a consistent and appropriate level of moisture to support the plant and animal life. The moisture level should not be too high, causing waterlogging and root rot, or too low, leading to dehydration and plant stress.

  4. Appropriate Lighting: Terrariums should be placed in a location that receives indirect sunlight for several hours each day. This natural light is essential for photosynthesis, allowing the plants to produce food and maintain the terrarium’s ecosystem.

  5. Proper Ventilation: The terrarium should have adequate ventilation to allow for the exchange of gases, preventing the build up of carbon dioxide and ensuring fresh air circulation for the plants and animals.

  6. Cleanliness: Regular cleaning and maintenance are crucial for maintaining a healthy terrarium. This includes removing dead plant matter, debris, and animal waste to prevent the spread of bacteria and maintain the overall health of the ecosystem.

For more information see the 2Hr Aquarist website

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Weight 0.1 kg