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 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Macedon Ranges Aquaponics

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 18:59 

Replies: 183
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Hi John, Yours are growing much faster then mine, that's for sure. Most of ours are only that big after 12mnths. We had a fair bit of cannibalism to begin with, but once we started to sort by size, then by sex, it all stopped. Males in one tank ...

 Forum: Recipes   Topic: Gravlax of Rainbow Trout

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 17:48 

Replies: 2
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Gravtrout :) very delicate flavour. My all time favourite. I have used dill before but prefer salt and sugar only and then cold smoke it on bluegum for an hour.

 Forum: Websites and Other   Topic: This is a great idea for local producers!...

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 15:46 

Replies: 6
Views: 91


... maps exists, so they don't need to code it up, and the plotting feature to add landmarks already exists. It's just a matter of adding the library, then it's just a matter of making it pretty, and user friendly and for the different parts of the app to talk to each other. And probably a little bit ...

 Forum: Recipes   Topic: Gravlax of Rainbow Trout

 Post subject: Gravlax of Rainbow Trout
Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 14:20 

Replies: 2
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... the recipe – the sugar and salt must remain the same, if doubling the amount of fish, raise the amount of sugar and salt by half. If tripling it then use 1 2/3 of the salt and sugar – you get the drift. I have never done this on a white fleshed fish – suspect it would work just the same as the ...

 Forum: New Member Introductions   Topic: need help suggestion to get a 2meters high air lift pump

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 13:48 

Replies: 35
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... to think of the end result. Why use man made nutrients when you can use fish made ones. This is an aquaponics site after all. Fish and Food. And then inevitably being absorbed into any non glass surfaces in said system, then re- emitted later on once you decide to stop using the nutes.

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Another stand pipe vs. bell sihphon comparision thread

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 13:12 

Replies: 11
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... deficient in O2 in parts, and in worst case scenario anaerobic in parts. :) I agree Sleepe,as it has been said maybe Continuous flood to start then as the plants establish swap over to flood and drain,i don’t think it would help with channeling but should pull more O2 into the bed and in the ...

 Forum: Plant Species   Topic: Tell me about Bak/Pak Choy

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 12:42 

Replies: 2
Views: 32


Cool band of rubber brother. They don't sell these type of seeds in my parts. I was overwhelmed by the different types. Then I think...this is a plant grown for centuries in Asian culture....can't be that hard. Like cabbage...it's bland but carries the crunch and flavor from it's neighbors ...

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Here we go....

 Post subject: Re: Here we go....
Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 11:59 

Replies: 12
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Your using a syphon so your pump is going to be running constantly,so size the pump to turn over the fish tank once per hour,then your feed out split between the media bed and your DWC,both will act as bio filtration,the DWC more so with air added,ideally the dwc should be turned over ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Another stand pipe vs. bell sihphon comparision thread

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 11:23 

Replies: 11
Views: 104


Maybe my next test should be 1st month is all flooded. Then swap one to the siphon.

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Macedon Ranges Aquaponics

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 11:02 

Replies: 183
Views: 7449


Hi John, Yours are growing much faster then mine, that's for sure. Most of ours are only that big after 12mnths. We had a fair bit of cannibalism to begin with, but once we started to sort by size, then by sex, it all stopped. Males in one tank ...

 Forum: Aquaponics F.A.Q.   Topic: Does the growbed have to be above the tank?

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 09:33 

Replies: 8
Views: 72


The bottom of the growbed can't be below the level of the water in the fish tank. If you have a big shallow fish tank, only a foot deep, then your growbed base can be a foot off the ground. BUT fish prefer a bit more depth than that... Theres nothing you can;t do really, you can have your ...

 Forum: Useful Information   Topic: Chelated iron not detected

 Post subject: Chelated iron not detected
Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 08:57 

Replies: 1
Views: 32


Hi, my leaves were rich green for a while, but then slowly went yellow. I purchased some Yates chelated iron, and had no idea how much to add. I guessed based on the recommended amount per square meter, couldn't really tell any difference in leaf ...

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: Recommended size of fish tank

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 08:52 

Replies: 4
Views: 79


The bottom of your tank should NOT be any drastically different temperature to the rest of your tank, if it is, then you don;t have decent water circulation.

 Forum: Members Systems   Topic: Coach Chris' No Pussy Hot Sauce challenge video

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 07:14 

Replies: 1
Views: 44


http://youtu.be/RKqVdLc2KAY
Rob not only accepted, but then doubled down with an extra TBSP. Good stuff right there Rob. When the new Reaper sauce is ready, I'll send you a bottle. Bring some baby wipes with you tomorrow morning. :D

 Forum: General System Discussions   Topic: need advice on my idea. Help please

Posted: Jan 28th, '15, 02:30 

Replies: 17
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... bigger fish need faster moving water to see a benefit and ranges of water speed from 0.5 to 2BL/S (Body Lengths per second)* are bandied about but then there is discussion as to whether these speeds need to be continuous or periodic. There are studies that have found that specific fish of a specific ...
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