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duckweed optimum shade

does anyone have an idea of a shade cloth % shade that would work best for outdoor duckweed growth?

Started by marty lininger

14 Jul 20, 2012
Reply by Carey Ma

Feed recipes?

I'm the kind of person that likes to follow a recipe.  Does anyone one have a fish feed recipe they would like to share? I understand and e…

Started by RW

12 Apr 22, 2012
Reply by Carey Ma

Making your own feed: - Part Three – How I make flake food

OK. I had a decent article written but my stupid computer has problems and blue-screened me before I saved it and didn’t auto save. I’m run…

Started by Carey Ma

3 Mar 27, 2012
Reply by David Owens

A lil more detail

Hi Bob and all my new friends. Welcome. Bob, what I called a bio press is actually called a mill or pellet mill. The one I use is an old mo…

Started by Carey Ma

19 Jan 28, 2012
Reply by Carey Ma

The Duckweed blues

Last Monday I bought some duckweed from the Garden Pool Guy in Mesa, Az. He said it would be enough to get me going. I immediately added so…

Started by David Schwinghamer

8 Nov 8, 2011
Reply by David Schwinghamer


Hello Aquapreneurs,   I've recently been contemplating the Roly Poly aka pill bug aka potato bug aka woodlouse aka Armadillidiidae.   It tr…

Started by Glenn

4 Nov 5, 2011
Reply by TCLynx

How “natural” should our feed be?

How “natural” should our feed be?   This past year has taught me a lot, some pleasant, and some downright shocking. I continue to weep as I…

Started by Carey Ma

13 Nov 1, 2011
Reply by barry hocking

Making your own feed: - Part Two – Live feeds

I LOVE to FEED! It doesn’t really matter what or who I’m feeding, just watching them gobble up whatever I serve, somehow makes me feel good…

Started by Carey Ma

4 Sep 15, 2011
Reply by TCLynx


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