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I am trying to find a dependable water testing kit that tests for ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, alkalinity, chlorine: free and available, water hardness and perhaps dissolved oxygen. I have been trying…Continue
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This monsters can get up to 100 lbs. Does anyone know if they would make a good aquaponics fish for Central Florida? I'm leaning toward Tilapia, but until I actually stock my tank, there remain…Continue
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Hi, As I informed you at time of purchase, the tanks where used to store fluoride. They just need to be washed out with soap and water and they will work just fine. I sold 20 of those tanks to a guy who has a tropical fish farm and he has not had any problems with the tanks. Don't rinse them out on the grass because the fluoride will surface kill the grass. I learned this the hard way. The grass did grow back in. I just recently started to get the tanks that had the organic liquid fertilizer in them. Thanks,
Welcome LaDell :-)
I am sure that you agree that Aquaponics is the only viable approach to grow both fish and vegetables naturally. Love to see some pictures of your system.
God bless :-)
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