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PostPosted: Jun 17th, '17, 10:43 
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Haha, yea imagine the chaos, what was I thinking. Maybe adding 36 RFF's, 94 MBBR's, 4 drum filters, 20L of snake oil and a bag of onions is a safer way to go. My bad.
All very sound ideas, except for the onion thing, I haven't heard of that before, how does that work?... Have you been holding out on us?

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It keeps the demons away Hayden, thought you'd know that one mate lol

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Oke guys got an update on my values:


Ph 6.5 if im right low ph should be good for my plants miniral uptake? (its going down lasttime it was around 6.8 )
kh 6
GH 21+ ( i may have overdone my GH...)
N02 0
N03 75 (also going down iv only got 7 trout fish left around 5 -10 cm long)
Temp 20 c !! its unnatrualy warm here in NL we have aready had three periods of 30c! and its not even july yet!:|
I realy need to keep an eye on this my trout will die if it gets much warmer, i topped my water nealy to the brim of my AP system yesterday so they have a bigger temp buffer. (i have a net now so the cant jump;))

For my filtration i pump my water straight into my growbed so everything is recycled, i am planning to build a small sludge tank next year and ill keep your insights on minerals in mind;)

Im looking into this maxicrop stuff only i dont think they sell it in NL.

Ps im also growing my own mosiquto lave so ill be feeding the fish those too.
How good is feeding trout other insects like airwigs and worms? (i can find these in my backyard for free)


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Njord wrote:
Im looking into this maxicrop stuff only i dont think they sell it in NL.


If you can't find Maxicrop, look for Seasol.


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How good is feeding trout other insects like airwigs and worms?


Go ahead and feed them as long as you're pretty sure they haven't been exposed to pesticides or herbicides, this is OK.


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