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Chelated Iron Dosing - Is there such a thing as a preventive dosing?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vlad Jovanovic May 12, 2013. 91 Replies

Is there a specific dosing of chelated iron that one can add to his system as a preventive dosing!I know that when you see yellow leaf appearing it is normally time to add chelated iron. This said, I…Continue

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At 11:43am on March 18, 2011, Roger Pilon said…

Thanks for the info!

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At 8:24am on March 18, 2011, Daniel E Murphy said…

Hey Roger,

 

The Bug Zapper I am using just stuns them instead of fry's them.  Its a Stinger 1/2 Acre Outdoor Insect Killer.


http://www.bicwarehouse.com/stinger-acre-outdoor-insect-killer-fp-15-cr.html?utm_medium=CJ&utm_campaign=2187177&utm_source=Affiliate&aff=cj

At 8:09pm on February 24, 2011, Robert Magnes said…
The drums are still way thicker than the kiddie pools. I forgot to mention to you 2 other issues. The pool only allows for a gravel bed depth of 8 inches. Which is really not that bad. The other issue I am having is with the pipeing for the bell siphone drain. I put a 90 after the pipeing exits the pool then a 1 inch to 1/2 inch reducer to create back pressure to help the siphone to start. Then I increased the pipeing back to 1 inch and another 90 with about an 10 inch piece of 1 inch to drain back to my pond below. After a few monthe this assembly started to sag causeing issues with the bell siphone working properly. The grow bed would sit with water in it until I was able to go out and correct it. This issue will be fixed by tieing the pipeing assembly up level again. I don't know if the drums are hard to get there in Costa Rica or not but I would use them or something else with more meat to it than the Kiddie pool. I have seen videos on Youtube with people useing the drums and the work very well. Sorry this is so long but I want to give you as much info as possible. I don't want to stop you from trying something that may work for you. God knows I am no genius. I don't always see what others do right off the bat. Sometimes I have to hit that brick wall head on before I get it.
At 3:52pm on February 24, 2011, Robert Magnes said…

Hi Roger,

  The kiddie pool was a temp deal. It is made of very thin plastic. I knew this when I bought it. The weight of the pea gravel started to bow the sides out. I would use the plastic 55 gal drums. They are made of thicker plastic and make a very nice small system or even a large system if you line them up together. I hope this helps you out.

 

Robert

At 7:39pm on February 24, 2010, Sylvia Bernstein said…
Hi Roger,

I checked out your Monster Directory. Very interesting. Are you the creator of the Legacy product? It's an attractive piece.

Thanks for joining the Aquaponic Gardening community! I hope you find it a great place to explore aquaponics. I’ve started the ball rolling with a few general forum topics, and will try to add more on a regular basis, but I’m hoping that you and others will add your own topics as they occur to you. I’ve also added some of my favorite videos and a few random photos…again, please share your favorites with us!

We have just a few simple rules: stay on the subject of aquaponics and keep it cordial (no flaming!). If someone decides to break these rules they will get a warning, and then be banned from the community after that. But of course I’m hoping that never happens!

Thanks again for joining us, and I look forward to getting to know you.

Sylvia
 
 
 

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