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PostPosted: Jun 2nd, '07, 00:08 
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Joel that's incredible! I don't know how else to describe it. Such a finely engineered and attractive system. I've had people express interest after seeing my system, for having me build a system for them(which I'm a little reluctant to do because I'm still a noob and need to learn more)
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Has anybody considered the new $8000 solar power proposal for houses by the deg government? And obviously hooking up your AP system to it?

BTW the beds look FANTASISTIC Joel... How many can I fit in a 3m * 3m space? hehe

How many litres are they?

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Excellent work Joel. Looks fantastic. Jealousy is a terrible thing though - and I'm feeling it bad :lol:


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i feel it every day VB, whilst reading this very forum ...*SIGH*

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hella cool. did you do the metalwork?


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Stocked the system with about 110 trout yesterday, they look small in the picture, but they are fun to feed, they project themselves out of the water when you throw feed in, crazy feeding frenzies....


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healthy looking water!

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It's bore water, so comes naturally that colour. Fish certainly don't mind it..

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hahaha, its like "heres some water i prepared earlier" :)

Wi'll be interested to see if that system need chelated iron!

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Wow Joel, nice! Looks neat and professional. Onya!

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I am looking forward to seeing it (in the flesh - err - fish?) this Sunday.

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Joel,
How well is the water distribution around the GB's. Does the water come out evenly within the bed and between the beds?


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The water is evenly distributed with the grids, the amounts to each individual bed I'm not so sure about. Because the pump cycle is timed for 15 minutes it's longer than the time needed to fill the growbeds, all growbeds over flow down the standpipe for a couple of minutes. Part of the idea behind this is to get a good fish tank turnover.

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8 weeks on and growing well


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