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Hi Michael, I live near you in Lecanto (actually just off 44 in Kensington Estates near Citrus Hills) and am in the planning stages of an A.P. setup. Is there a chance I could visit you and see your setup? I think that would really help me get started.
Hi Michael, I'll keep in contact with you- i'd be interested in how my towers perform against the vertigro towers- although it's kind of comparing apples and oranges. my towers are specifically designed for culturing leaf crops, lettuces, herbs, and other herbaceous crops that are relatively short lived. i think my towers will shine in this area, while the vertigro towers look like they'd be wonderful for strawberries/high value fruiting, shrubby crops. . . hmmmm. i'm definetly interested in any research materials you may have. keep in touch, i'll be looking for aquaponics practitioners to do some trial runs with this product and to let me know how it works.
Hi! good to see another vertical guy on here. you should check out my photos of the towers I've built. I'm wondering (hope it's not impolite) where you were able to get the vertigro towers and what they run, costwise. i've seen them online, but nowhere else.
I have been using vertigro stacks along my driveway aquaponicly for the last year worked well for half the season then I had trouble with the lines clogging. Going to make some changes this year would love to hear your thoughts I have a picture posted of mine
Wow. You have a mighty impressive background in aquaponics! I actually have a Vertigro stack on my back deck to try out this summer....would love to hear how your experience has been. You are going to want to connect up with Nate Storey in this community who did his masters work on vertical aquaponic systems.
I hope you find the Aquaponic Gardening community a fun place to continue to explore aquaponics. There is a real blend of experienced and new aquapons in this community, so please don’t hesitate to join in. Always thrilled to have experienced growers join us – please post some photos of your system!
We have just one rule - keep it cordial (no flaming!).
Thanks again for joining us, and I look forward to getting to know you.