4/29/2015 - I have planted my first seeds in the connstant flow bed today. Included are spinach, lettuce, calentro, savory, and a couple of other things. The beds are all plumbed and I am cycling the water. The fish tank is plumbed; however, I haven't gotten the swirl filter plumbed in yet. I am having trouble finding the right size bulkhead fittings for the holes in the top of the 30 gallon barrel.
Added by David Muttscheler on April 29, 2015 at 6:08pm — No Comments
Well, deeper pockets opened up and I am allowed to get a solar system to operate the water and air pumps, as well as the potential heater needed to keep the water pleasant in the winter time. It means more research, but who minds that?
I've decided to leave out the swirl filter unless the GB isn't sufficient for filtering solids. I will still build it, just to prove I can, but I doubt it will even be an issue with worms in the medium.
ST has been rethought, and I will be using…Continue
2015-04-04 I am changing the form of this blog to show the present state of my garden which is mostly Aquaponic.
2013-12-28 Changes to Water Temperature Monitoring, Controlling & Recording…Continue
Added by Robert Rowe on April 4, 2015 at 1:04pm — No Comments
Its the end of March, the weather is starting to warm up (40F instead of 20F) and its time to get the greenhouse back up and running.
This year I am going to add DWC bins to the system to grow my green leafy vegetables. In order to do this I have to cover the sump tank with a floor and build a table on it where the DWC will sit. There are 3 bins with 8 cut outs each to support 3" net pots. I am starting everything from seed. I am using rock wool as the medium to grow the plants in.…Continue
Added by Richard Kowalski on April 2, 2015 at 7:34pm — No Comments