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Pest ID?

Started Jun 13, 2014 0 Replies

I have a pest that I can't seem to get rid of. It appears to be a small green gnat that hangs out in my coir and on the edge of the water. Appears to be doing some damage also. Any ideas of what it…Continue

Ich, Strawberries and Salt

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca B May 9, 2012. 19 Replies

Hi Everyone-I know that ich topic has been covered fairly well here, but can someone speak more directly about salt and strawberries? I have about 15 strawberry plants that are producing nice little…Continue

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Yes
If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
raft
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6 mos - 1 yr
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Catfish
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3500 Gallons
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Fin
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I am a commercial grower based in Cincinnati Ohio. We operate in a greenhouse utilizing 2000 sq ft of growing space using DWC raft technology.

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At 8:33am on October 17, 2013, Rob Nash said…

hi Casey, sorry for the slow reply.

the heaters can be made as submersible or thru wall.

I prefer the thru wall because its safest. but here are some pics of the submersible.

one has the water tight fitting around the cord, and the other uses 1/2" funny pipe to keep the cord out of the water... just add a temp controller and viola!

I sell both units, for $70 and the controller, wired 120v or 240v for $170 if you prefer not to mess with it, or want one as a sample of how to build more.

let me know if you have any questions.

 
 
 

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