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Does anyone know of a supplier in Florida? State law allowed only native Florida Crayfish without a license.Continue
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I would like to let you all know of an experience I had with a Tilapia seller. I believe they are located near or in Orlando Florida, and I found them on the web.Since I have been having major…Continue
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Seems to be a number of fish problems this week, myself included.My system has been running since October and I have encountered all the normal problems a beginner can have, including a full scale…Continue
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I saw an older question about this Company. And now I remember what my mother used to tell me."If you can't say anything nice, Don't say anything at all!"That said, does anyone know of a good source…Continue
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I'm just north of the
Roosevelt bridge in North River Shores
1879 NW River Trail, 34994
772 485 6670
I'm 1 year into aquaponics with 50 sqft growbeds and 48 tilapia. I have learned a huge amount doing this.
Tilapia can't take big rapid shifts in temperature, PH, ammonia levels or dissolved oxygen.
High water temps (summer) removes dissolved oxygen. Low water temps (below 50f) kills bacteria that removes ammonia. Fish can't handle a ph shift of more than .2 in a 24 hour period.
Let me know if you want to come see my system. Maybe I can help you get things working.
John Doty :)