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Koi vs Goldfish

Started this discussion. Last reply by Maisie Holmes Oct 18, 2018. 5 Replies

I want to use koi or goldfish in my aquaponics system.  I have narrowed my selection to these two fish because they can withstand a wider temperature range (neccessary in Missouri climate) and mostly…Continue


Started this discussion. Last reply by TCLynx Apr 25, 2012. 8 Replies

What are your thoughts on bio-bale?  I'm researching how to make a biofilter and ran across this biobale.  It seems rather cheap for it's volume and size (1 gallon / 35 square feet).  Has anybody…Continue


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Maisie Holmes replied to georgia washington's discussion Koi vs Goldfish
"It would be better if you had tell the water volume of you fish tank and plant container. I have an assortment of shubunkins and other goldfish in a 1000L ibc tote, although the tote isn't quite filled to the brim so I have maybe more like…"
Oct 18, 2018
Dale Parker replied to georgia washington's discussion Koi vs Goldfish
"Koi Fish is good for outdoor gardens for its large size and attractive colors and it is becoming a popular choice for koi aquaponics systems. Whereas the most used aquaponics fish. Koi can live in temperatures from 35 to 85 degrees. They’re…"
Jul 27, 2018

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At 10:35pm on April 14, 2012, Sylvia Bernstein said…

Welcome James,

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