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Come take a look at my blog, where I discuss topics related to growing aquaponically in the cold without spending a lot of money or using a lot of energy.  Find me at: frostyfish.com

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How did you find us?
referral from another website
If you found us through a referral or a newsletter, which was it?
Aquaponic Lynx
Are you an aquaponic gardener already?
Yes
If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
flood and drain media, raft
How old is your system?
2 yrs or more
What type of fish do you grow with? (select all that apply)
Tilapia, Trout, Catfish, Other
How big is your fish tank?
450 gallons
Name a part of a fish (spam blocking question)
Fin
Please tell us something else about yourself.
I love to learn new things, and love working on fun projects with others, especially when they involve being outside.

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Cold Weather Aquaponics

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This group serves the needs of those who grow in the cold parts of the world.  We'll discuss greenhouses, insulation, air sealing, fish selection, heaters, etc...See More
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Jeff S commented on Jeremiah Robinson's group Cold Weather Aquaponics
"I have pics in my photos on my page. It's more of a concept than design. There's no doubt in my mind that this is how I would go if I did it again. The design shows multiple FTs but can be done with one. Not sure how familiar you are with…"
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At 9:00pm on December 8, 2014, Jeff S said…

I saw a request the other day about how to deal with high humidity in a GH and was curious about that myself since it rains in my GH during the winter. Just now it occurred to me that, while it would tend to decrease temps in the GH, if you took a small pump and circulated water (or anti-freeze) outside to cool it and back inside to create controlled condensation you could in essence have a cheap dehumidifier. If you catch the run off from the condensation lines you just put it back into your FT. Whadaya think?

At 11:07am on November 20, 2014, John Pink said…

Hi In your EMAIL I believe   you mentioned that you hadn't come across insulated I B C systems ? The first thing I did was to insulate the system ,cool in summer warm in winter .The grow light eight T 5 lights combined with sump tank give 12C- outside Tem 9C fish tank 19C -,going to install gas heating for G H ,simply the grow lights go out  at  night , the gas heater can maintain tem to about 15C .When it gets colder will send you readings .My first winter aquaponics .I like the idea of using freezers  good insulators

At 9:48pm on August 1, 2014, John Fruncek said…

Jeremiah, what do you think of this greenhouse design? I came across it while dreaming of creating something like it on my parent's land in Door County. I'm not thinking of the "rooftop" aspect, but more just the "bucky ball" shape, which would be easy to build, shed snow and wind load, and generally be awesome. Then perhaps one of your covered fish tanks right in the middle? Wonder if I would need to excavate ala a root cellar to be able to heat it thru a Door Co. winter? Could it be done with plastic covering? I just started surfing your site so please excuse the newbie questions.

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