Yes. Whilst it does contain copper the levels are far below those dangerous to invertebrates. It’s worth bearing in mind that inverts as well as plants need copper for health.
Not on it’s own. You could replace the Trace element to the EI system with TNClite but it doesn’t contain the necessary Nitrate and Phosphate required with EI.
Yes you can. If you add the recommended dose 3x per week you will be adding nutrients at close to EI levels. If you have soft water you may need…
TNC Complete has all the essential nutrients and trace elements, but if you have very soft water you may wish to increase the water hardness with TNC GH Boost.
Yes. As modern fish keepers know the extra inorganic Nitrate provided by TNC Complete is nothing to worry about as it isn’t part of the Nitrogen cycle within the tank.
No and no again. In 99% of cases algae is caused by poor plant health. The most common triggers are a lack of nutrients, too much light (including sunlight) causing the plants…
Yes. Whilst it does contain copper, the levels are far below those dangerous to invertebrates. It’s worth bearing in mind that inverts as well as plants need copper for health.