"It's hard to see but the big Shubunkin is about 6 - 8 inches long. Beautiful tail. I like these fish because they are very hardy, beautiful, and will handle ph fluctuations which can happen in a 20 gallon tank."
I need to shut down my indoor system for a few months. I have 2 mature Shubunkin, 1 albino Hypostomus to clean the aquarium. There is another small fish living in the sump.I live in SE Portland and need to do this ASAP. A donation for the fish would be nice but I'd settle for a good home.You'll need to get them Please respond if interested.Linda…See More
We read a comment that you made to Jeff G. about fish for his aquaponics system and you mentioned getting 70 lbs of tomatoes. Are your barrel and fish tank in a greenhouse? We are having trouble getting more than a couple tomatoes.
Linda, do you have the email address for your friends whose farm we visited before the meeting? Could you send it to me in a private message? Some of the photos I took turned out well and I'd like to share them with them (could you tell me their names again too?). They were so great and I enjoyed seeing all their happy animals. I'm want to put the pictures up on my blog, but I'd like to get the woman's permission to put photos of her up (I think the photos of the animals are ok for now!).
It would be great to make a plan to go distillery tasting! I would also love to come over some time and I am sure Jeremy would be into either plan. Don't worry about the money! I am grateful that I could go along with you. I had a lot of fun. I am also going to go to the InFarmation talk at the Holocene next Tuesday from 5:30-8:30. (http://www.friendsoffamilyfarmers.org/?page_id=601) Maybe you'd like to go to that also. Either way- the distillery is in our future!
Hi! What part of Portland do you live? I live in N.E. just off Alberta on 19th. Just going from hydroponic to aquaponic. Just got a 60 gal aquarium today and will hook it up to the existing gutter systems. We are only in town here during the week and leave Friday afternoon to go out to our cabin on the White Salmon River, in Wa. for the week ends.
It's amazing how fast this whole reality of aquaponics is happening, isn't it?
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