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October 2013 Blog Posts (5)

Ample Harvest

If you are like me you only eat a small portion of what you grow.  Sometimes we get overburdened with too many tomatoes, squash or zucchini at the peak of the season.   But a solution has been created!

The problem with most food collections is they can't collect fresh food.  Their donations are sent to a large warehouse and distributed weeks…


Added by Bob Campbell on October 31, 2013 at 10:07am — No Comments


I am In the middle of building aquaponics system.Aquired, Rion10by 8 Greenhouse three topes able to get them In black saves Painting.,Syphon's arrived today from America .Waiting for stands to arrive for the Fish Tank which will be housed out side Greenhouse. Fish Tank needs to be properly insulated also sump Tank be well worth It when the work Is done. Hope to start the system In the early spring letting the grow beds develop so shall send for the starter kit from this web site ,meantime…


Added by John Pink on October 31, 2013 at 9:36am — 5 Comments

Low cost grow bed.

Started using mesquite rock for my grow bed its working well. Priced in St. Pete. about $100.00 a yard. Its a very porous rock ( it floats when you first add water).

Added by Ben Vreeland on October 31, 2013 at 7:55am — No Comments

Beginner Reference Summary

After months of Web research, I have a collection of carefully selected references that could help anyone save lots of time and money. Also, this includes a 10 MB PowerPoint presentation, all free of charge. If enough people have aquaponics, there is a possibility of eliminating or greatly reducing mosquitoes in residential areas by the end of the century as one aquponics commercial grower did on seven acres in Hawaii. Reply with an email adress: …


Added by Al Hodges on October 26, 2013 at 5:00pm — 1 Comment

Switching from Tilapia to carp? What do you think?

Hello fellow community aquaponic folk! I am new to the community, and this is my first ever blog!

I live in Los Angeles CA, on the outskirts of town by Sylmar. Now, this is a pretty wonderful place to have an aquaponics farm set up because it has fairly good weather year round. However, around this time last year, when my industrial sized aquaponic system was about to go into its first winter, the temperature suddenly dropped below 65 degrees at night and the water dropped with it. In…


Added by Noah Howard on October 9, 2013 at 7:33pm — 5 Comments

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