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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeremiah Robinson Oct 22, 2014. 6 Replies 0 Likes
Of course my mom would text me about the refrigerator aquarium they made on TV. But it brought to my attention that I have a problem to solve. I have two refrigerators in my garage and I would love…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by J Shocklie Mar 6, 2013. 11 Replies 1 Like
First I should start off with the details of the setup. I have an IBC tote with 24 blue nile tilapia and unfortunately 14 goldfish, they range anywhere from 2 g - 10 g in weight so they are still…Continue
After running out of garlic on a weekly basis, despite how much we try to hold on to, and having to run to the store for lettuce and spices, we've decided to grow a vegetable garden. We went online and looked up different ways to create grow beds when we ran across AP systems. We love Tilapia and we want to give our plants the best opportunity, which is hard to do here in AZ.
So now we grow plants and raise fish in an AP system with hopes of creating a cyclical system that will help sustain our family.
It also makes fishing much easier.
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Would like to give you a heads up on the freshwater Prawn. To raise more for continuous growth you need to have saltwater tanks. A good alternative would be to raise "Red Claw Crayfish". Each female lays 100 -300 eggs on an average, they taste great and you can eat and grow all year long. Craig
As for the worms, you are right. The average rate of reproduction is doubling every 90 days in a perfect environment.
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