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Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Mouncer Sep 12, 2012. 36 Replies 1 Like
As some of you have noticed, I am designing a sustainable solar greenhouse. In my quest to limit the watt draw needed from the solar array and batteries (particularly at night) I have been searching…Continue
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Hey Pat, my name is Brian Cheatham. I'm new to aquaponics but it has become my obsession. I'm a student at UNT and noticed you live in Waco. I was hoping to start a discussion with you and learn from some of your experiences since I will be experiencing the same climate challenges. I'm graduating this May and attempting to start a commercial operation immediately after. For now, I have a 250 gallon backyard flood and drain system which I built this fall just before it got cold. During the winter, I have an indoor system set up to save my fish and to experiment indoors. I would love to hear from you and find out local places to find good medium, fish, duckweed, etc. Thanks,
Hi Pat, I'm glad to meet you here.
I am wondering if it is possible for you to post some of your plans/ designs on this site to better help us understand what different systems are composed of.
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