TNC Complete

Rated 4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

£7.15£14.95

  • For densely planted aquariums & for aquariums with a low fish population.
  • Contains necessary Nitrate and Phosphate.
  • Can be used in conjunction with TNC Plugs.
  • Will not cause algae.
  • Ideal for use with CO2 injection or TNC Carbon.
  • Can be used by beginners or more experienced aquascapers.
  • Can be tailored for use when Estimative Index (E.I) dosing.
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Product Description

TNC Complete is an aquatic plant food specially formulated for use in all planted aquariums. For aquariums where the fish load is not meeting the requirements to supply the necessary Nitrate and Phosphate TNC Complete is ideal for making up this shortfall.
TNC Complete contains a balanced blend of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium as well as Magnesium and all the important trace elements.

1ml per 10 litres of tank water per week.
Dose can be increased to 2 or 3 times per week depending on plant growth, water changes etc.

1ml per 10 litres of tank water 3x per week will give a dose similar to the Estimative Index levels – Be sure to change 50% of your water once per week to remove organic waste from the plants.

1.5-0.5-6
1.5% N, 0.2% P, 5% K, 0.8% Mg, 0.08% Fe, 0.018% Mn, 0.002% Cu, 0.01% B, 0.01% Zn, 0.001% Mo, EDTA

7 reviews for TNC Complete

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Mark Sole

    I ordered the product through Amazon and it arrived just 3 days later. The plants in my aquarium seem to be thriving and there are no detrimental signs on the fish. I am no real expert but it seems a good product. Will use again.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    jamestaylor307 (verified owner)

    I purchased tnc complete excellent product the plants in my aquarium thrive on it and it doesn’t harm my fish, i will be buying tnc complete again
    Many thanks
    Jim taylor

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    richard.verge (verified owner)

    First class product, quick delivery, excellent communications with seller, would recommend you buy some!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Colin Gibbs (verified owner)

    I have tried many different aquarium plant foods and found TNC Complete to be the best by far, I use it in conjunction with a co2 injected system. The plants are thriving on it, I’m having to prune on a weekly basis and the cuttings I re-plant also do very well.

    I certainly would recommend it.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Stewart (verified owner)

    Ordered online and delivered the next day! It is certainly value for money when compared to many of the better known and pricier liquid plant foods. To date TNC complete has exceeded my expectations, with my aquarium plants showing good growth across the board. Happy to recommend this product.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kevin (verified owner)

    Ordered this and TNC carbon which were delivered the next day. Have used according to instructions on a newly setup tank and all of the plants are showing good, steady and healthy growth. Will be buying more soon.

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Nathan G

    Amazing stuff. Been using it now for 6 months and couldn’t be happier. I’ve used other stuff and nothing comes remotely close. Also used the carbon before I got a co2 setup and that was just s good. Really helpful staff too.

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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 to raise the hardness a little with TNC GH Boost. Don’t forget to perform a 50% water change once per week also.

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 to require more CO2 than is available or poor flow within the tank – meaning nutrients aren’t being distributed efficiently (this can also mean too much …

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.