Generally starting out big is a good idea but there is a saying that too much of anything isn't. The first question I have for you is - are you new to aquaponics or have you had a smaller unit before? If you are a…"
"An alternative idea I had:
Split the pool into 2 zones. One zone houses grass carp and silver carp, the other grows duckweed and other aquatic plants to feed the fish and humans. Pump from the fish zone into grow beds, then drain from the grow beds…"
Hi all, we've just purchased a property with a large indoor swimming pool. Around 80,000L with a greenhouse roof and plenty of room around it for grow beds. However, this is far too big for us to fill with fish to proper stocking density. So I had another idea:I'd install a separate fish tank (4000L maybe?) and grow beds and pump the swimming pool water through them as a filter. The water would pump from the swimming pool to the fish tank, to the grow beds, then back to the swimming pool. The…See More