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 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: drowned rat

 Post subject: Re: drowned rat
Posted: Jul 15th, '19, 06:36 

Replies: 8
Views: 3539


Thank you for your input. I'll take care of this problem.

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: drowned rat

 Post subject: drowned rat
Posted: Jul 13th, '19, 01:49 

Replies: 8
Views: 3539


Hello, I've discovered a drowned rat in my aquaponic fish tank. The rat hadn't swelled yet so I figure it wasn't in the system long. Should there be any cause for concern? And, what should I do next?
Thanks

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: May 30th, '19, 21:21 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


Thank you Backyard Aquaponics and all the members that offer information for unknowing gardeners like myself. I now have a garden to be proud and boastful of. I can bring vegetables to the table and also share from the garden with my neighbors. The fish will come it time. One side of the IBC tank th...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: May 30th, '19, 21:21 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


Thank you Backyard Aquaponics and all the members that offer information for unknowing gardeners like myself. I now have a garden to be proud and boastful of. I can bring vegetables to the table and also share from the garden with my neighbors. The fish will come it time. One side of the IBC tank th...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: Jan 24th, '19, 05:43 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


In about a month I'll start my Aquaponic Vegetable Garden using seeds only. Starter plants look good but don't produce vegetables. I plan to add fifteen Bluegill fingerlings to the Gold Fish I have now. That will bring the total of fish to twenty-five. I am looking for a higher quality fish food to ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Pictures

 Post subject: Pictures
Posted: Dec 22nd, '18, 06:51 

Replies: 1
Views: 889


How can I send pictures to Backyard Aquaponics to be posted on some of my questions?

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Aquaponic garden help

 Post subject: Re: Aquaponic garden help
Posted: Dec 22nd, '18, 05:23 

Replies: 7
Views: 2055


The water pH 6.0+ The high pH 7.4- The Ammonia 0 ppm Nitriat 0 ppm Nitrate 160 ppm Water Temp High 74 Water Temp Low 60 I Feed my fish Trophy Fish Feed, Multi-Species Formula. During the winter months once a day in the afternoon. I've planted an asortment of vegetable plants over the years. The only...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Aquaponic garden help

 Post subject: Re: Aquaponic garden help
Posted: Dec 19th, '18, 07:03 

Replies: 7
Views: 2055


Thanks for your patience. I'm working on gathering all the info I can.

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Aquaponic garden help

 Post subject: Re: Aquaponic garden help
Posted: Dec 14th, '18, 08:38 

Replies: 7
Views: 2055


Thank Y'all for responding,
I will send all the additional info I can with pic's but probably not until Saturday.
I live in Southeast Louisiana, the grow beds have full sun

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Aquaponic garden help

 Post subject: Aquaponic garden help
Posted: Dec 12th, '18, 11:21 

Replies: 7
Views: 1800


I’m going into my 5th year still trying to make my Aquaponic system produce vegetables. I can’t grow much. All of my vegetable plants whether by seed or starter plant are beautifully green with some flowers, but no vegetables. The water is crystal clear. The fish are healthy and fat (Gold Fish). The...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Aquaponic garden help

 Post subject: Aquaponic garden help
Posted: Dec 12th, '18, 11:20 

Replies: 7
Views: 2055


I’m going into my 5th year still trying to make my Aquaponic system produce vegetables. I can’t grow much. All of my vegetable plants whether by seed or starter plant are beautifully green with some flowers, but no vegetables. The water is crystal clear. The fish are healthy and fat (Gold Fish). The...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: Aug 7th, '18, 06:00 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


8/6/18 pH 6.4 ppm hpH 7.4 – ppm Ammonia 0.25 ppm Nitrite 0.0 ppm Nitrate 80 ppm The largest change is the health of the plante. Bell peppers seem to be comimg back. I will update you anything changes. Thanks Gil

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: Jul 27th, '18, 01:48 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


I went shopping to Perino's Garden Center and picked up these supplements: High-Yield Muriate of Potash = 0-0-60 High-Yield Triple Super Phosphate = 0-45-0 Bushdoctor Seaweed Plant Food Natural Guard Spinosad Soap All ready on hand: 11% iron chelat Epsom Salt I was assured these supplements are huma...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: No vegetables

 Post subject: Re: No vegetables
Posted: Jul 26th, '18, 03:39 

Replies: 16
Views: 8941


I apologies for taking so long getting back to you. Grow bed area = 45” L x 38” W x 12” D = 20520 cubic inches in each grow bed = 336.262553 Liters Each grow bed is 12” deep = 10” depth Hydroton Media 45” L x 38” W x 2” deep = 3420 cubic inches 20520 – 3420 = 17100 Sump tank in ground = 275 gal=lite...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: system filtration

 Post subject: system filtration
Posted: Jun 4th, '18, 08:34 

Replies: 2
Views: 2780


I have a swirl filter draining into a bio filter. Would there be any advantage in adding a clarifying drum inline to my sump. I am trying to improve the water quality. Thank you for your support, Gil
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