Hey thanks, that's quite the offer. I'm in the middle of cycling my first system, it's a 55 gallon tank. I don't know if that's big enough for breeding, I've heard different opinions. My plan was to run this as a trial system, its in my spare room where I can keep an eye on it. I'd like to build a bigger one over the summer in my basement which needs some serious work first. If you think your fish would be happy here, I'd love to give it a try.
ps, I was just going to order some mushroom spawn this week so if you have any to sell or trade I'm looking for oyster or garden giant.
hello copain ici ons viens de transferer nos poissons dans nos bassins et on espere avoir les conditions ideales pour reproduction( males et femelles et temperature de meme que microbes ) quand ils etait a l'interieur de la maison pendant la construction de la serre il ont eu des bebes mais on a besoin de 2 a 300 pour notre installation et ons est couramment a 150 appx mais bientot copain bientot on aura des surplus je fais equippe avec John Nose si tu te demandais http://community.theaquaponicsource.com/profile/JonNose
Hi Claude-Micheal, I dont have a system running yet :( however i have done tonns of reading and i have a presentation to sponsors for my first dwc system next week. all going well and with their support i can start construction before the end of the year. i will be documenting the construction with pictures, feel free to ask any questions although i and no expert. but you are in the right place!!!!!
Hi Claude, I don't have a system yet either, just in the planning stages until I stop working next year. The system I plan will be under a large dome but will be inspired by The Green Society's video of an almost completely self-sustaining system http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pyz55YHE_Is
I actually don't have a system running right now. There was no option for "used to have one and will be making another one as soon as possible", so that's why it says I currently do. There is a system or two running at VIU if you want to check them out. They are a few generations newer than the original one I built there.
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