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 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Sam's Acuaponía

 Post subject: Re: Sam's Acuaponía
Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 21:13 

Replies: 48
Views: 2466


... Rebar and Acid. Those are all things I can source locally. I figure if the cement growbeds are really too out of whack with the high-pH, maybe by then I'll have found a good cement sealer or pond liner I can use. :dontknow: In a worst case I'm left with what will probably be a good bed frame for ...

 Forum: Fish Species   Topic: What fish to keep in the colder parts of NSW Australia?

Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 15:19 

Replies: 19
Views: 1143


... exposed the GBs are to the cold night air. For example, if we were talking about a total of 2000 litres of water that dropped 4 degrees overnight, then you'd need over 9kWh of energy to counteract that loss. A typical single bed electric blanket draws about 100W, and if you ran it for 24 hours ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: 3 choices of water

 Post subject: Re: 3 choices of water
Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 11:25 

Replies: 2
Views: 24


... start a fishless cycle with. (b) if you can get some sheets of polycarbonate etc (eg. a shelter, greenhouse or something) and you have enough rain then this makes good top up water.

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Help getting system set up?

Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 10:46 

Replies: 3
Views: 35


... ammonia-nitrate conversion. As you only have 2 fish you could get away with a small drum. However if you wanted more fish in a 125 Gal tank then you would end up needing more media volume. So that might prove to be a challenge. You would have to decide where media drum/tub is placed relative ...

 Forum: Fish   Topic: What size before introduction to tank with grown out fish?

Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 09:09 

Replies: 8
Views: 131


... meals for the larger Tilapia, especially after how lucky they were to make it this far. (They were born, or at least as eggs in the fish tank, then were sucked through the SLO into the RFF / Swirl Filter where they hatched.) Anyway, I was considering trying to do something along the lines that ...

 Forum: General Banter   Topic: A Ute is needed

 Post subject: Re: A Ute is needed
Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 09:01 

Replies: 35
Views: 1095


... big trucks on their reviews. Want a Ford Raptor - cool truck. The velociRaptor version flogged a few supercars on the US Top Gear Stig circuit and then did 100+ miles an hour in a desert race against a halo jumper. Unbelievable. https://www.ford.com/trucks/f150raptor/ I remember looking out of ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Sam's Acuaponía

 Post subject: Re: Sam's Acuaponía
Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 07:30 

Replies: 48
Views: 2466


... Rebar and Acid. Those are all things I can source locally. I figure if the cement growbeds are really too out of whack with the high-pH, maybe by then I'll have found a good cement sealer or pond liner I can use. :dontknow: In a worst case I'm left with what will probably be a good bed frame for ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Chris's system in the making

Posted: Aug 27th, '16, 02:25 

Replies: 12
Views: 140


... there. I've had the idea once my GB gets a little more seasoned over the next few months I'm going to add in some red wrigglers. My idea is to then once they start multiplying, chop them up and use as a food source for my fish. I'm not sure on the idea to use the poop as a direct food source. ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Brian's Finally Building in northern New Mexico

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 22:21 

Replies: 1381
Views: 56945


... My day isn't starting out like I hoped or planned. My wife drove me into town for an orthopedist appointment to have my knees checked out, but by then the knees weren't the issue it was in my wrist again. They also had X-rays of my wrists and diagnosed them as well, "normal." The bottom ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Mineralization tank water values

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 18:25 

Replies: 1552
Views: 72454


... but the admin of this post isn't here anymore and I'm trying to keep this thread Alive... too much good information here.. better have too much then too little in my book. Sent from my SM-N900 using Tapatalk

 Forum: Australian   Topic: Barramundi farming in Qld on TV, Sunday 28/8

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 13:12 

Replies: 1
Views: 40


I reckon it's the future - aquaculture and aquaponics and the like. If I'd known then what I know now, I would have directed my youthful energies toward learning all I could about these areas of food development. Tried encouraging my children to look into these ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Cheap drums but are they safe

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 12:57 

Replies: 2
Views: 48


... can clean out fairly easily (but some things don't clean as easily so use your judgement). If you can find out specifically what they contained then you can check the Materials Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Passive solar greenhouse / aquaponics system planning/build

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 08:47 

Replies: 72
Views: 3625


... on. I'm going to have my dad help me put the patio door glass in tomorrow too since it's a bit large and heavy for one person to do by myself... then hopefully will at least get the plywood on the roof before he leaves, then the rest will be pretty easy for me to finish myself. http://www.thereeftank.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=134681&d=1472171673 ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: BK's (ShoestringAP) New System

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 06:25 

Replies: 16
Views: 212


... gal ibc for $10 each. Plus more of I want them...he also has some round tanks which may work out as well... Soaking in bleach and dawn overnight then roll to each side. Cut the top and scrub and rinse again...then fish test. Really hesitant to cut the tops off ya know?? They look so good whole! ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Brian's Finally Building in northern New Mexico

Posted: Aug 26th, '16, 05:59 

Replies: 1381
Views: 56945


... a necessity to be more self sufficient living in the middle of nowhere because it has been something lile 2-3 weeks to get someone to show up and then 4-6 to get back out to finally make the repair. Wishing I would have paid attention to the electrical side of things when growing for electronics. ...
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