Should YOU Be Using Liquid Carbon in Your Aquarium?

Is liquid carbon a fertilizer for planted aquariums? Let’s talk about what is it, whether it can replace carbon dioxide (CO2) injection systems, and if you actually need it.
🛒 Buy Easy Carbon as an algae inhibitor:
⏲ Get a timer for your light:
💧 Use water test strips to see how much fertilizer is needed:
🟢 Dose Easy Green fertilizer for healthy plants:

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0:00 – Intro
0:17 – What is Liquid Carbon?
0:48 – Can Liquid Carbon Replace CO2 Gas?
1:22 – When to use Liquid Carbon
1:48 – How to use Easy Carbon
2:55 – Spot Treatment for Stubborn Algae
3:52 – My Experience with Easy Carbon
4:24 – What to do if Easy Carbon isn’t Cutting it?

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