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Garrett Blair
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Seasonal maintenance for gravel media in growbeds

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garrett Blair Feb 26, 2013. 21 Replies

I'm still in the planning phase of my AP system. I plan to have an attached greenhouse with good southern exposure, I live in a area where trout should be ideal (lakes reigion of NH). I havent built…Continue

Tilapia vs. Trout

Started this discussion. Last reply by Garrett Blair Jan 19, 2013. 5 Replies

Hi everyone, I'm new to the community, I live in the lakes region of NH, working on a couple systems one small raft system, but more importantly an IBC eb and flo.for this coming spring. I'm debating…Continue


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Like most, I'm new to aquaponics, I live in the lakes region of NH (Milton Mills). I am a self employed contractor, mostly landscape construction, but I enjoy building in general. I was exploring hydroponics systems, but as soon as I stumbled upon aquaponics, its all I think about. right now I'm just trying to put a simple raft system together (inside) trying to get the kids interested, so that come spring we'll be ready to go, I hve an IBC tank almost ready to go, just waiting for warmer weather..... I'm really hoping to find a seminar, workshop to attend sometime this you know of any? Look forward to meeting everyone online.

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At 7:58pm on February 23, 2013, Rob Torcellini said…

Hi Garrett,

I heat the dome just enough to keep the system running...usually in the 55-60 range for the water.  I'm growing Koi and a few goldfish.  It's quite humid in there but when I'm running the heater, it helps to reduce the humidity.

Heating is always a problem, especially in the north.  It can add up quickly.  ;-) 


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