Hi, is your tank properly cycled? Although test kits are sometimes inaccurate, your ammonia and nitrites should be at 0 and if you have a cycled tank there should be some nitrates at least indicating the bacteria are converting everything to nitrates. You should always have some nitrates in your tank when you have plants, although that may also occur naturally given you have fish, plants and a cycled system. Keep an eye on your plants for any deficiencies, I would dose some nitrogen for now though but again depends on your plant mass and given your tank is cycled properly. Seachem flourish may be ok for now too depending on your setup, its not really high in macros but high in trace elements/ micros and does have some nitrogen in it.
Thanks for the info <a href="https://www.plantedtank.net/forums/images/PlantedTank_net_2015/smilies/tango_face_smile.png" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" >:-)</a> all 4 of my tanks all cycled. There are some no.3 but not much, no.2 is 0 same with ammonia. I just tested all my tanks about an hour ago. My 30 gallon and my 10 gallon are the most planted. I have about 8 anubias in my 30 along with the surface being covered in frogbite. My 10 gallon has 2 types of moss, surface is covered in frog bite and just getting another plant ready to plant in there (Helanthium) The third tank has frog bite and Salvinia on the surface, 2 anubias and my last tank has another planted one (can't remember the name) and also surface in frog bite. I don't want to dose the nitrogen if I don't have to, which from what you said I shouldn't have to. I also have Flourish Excel and the little capsules but I don't use those ones (this was when I was trying more advanced plants.) All my plants are labeled as easy lol <a href="https://www.plantedtank.net/forums/images/smilies/icon_lol.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Icon Lol" >:-)</a>