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Conrad Chin-Yee
  • Sarasota, FL
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Feed Training of Baby Tilapia

Started this discussion. Last reply by Conrad Chin-Yee Jul 2, 2013. 3 Replies

I am training my baby tilapias to eat homemade dough balls so when they are grown they can be caught with a fishing pole with a hook through a dough ball. Grandkids will love the fishing. Also…Continue

Tags: an, IBC, catching, harvesting, in

Safe Source of EDDHA iron

Started this discussion. Last reply by George May 29, 2013. 1 Reply

I am trying to determine which EDDHA Iron product is safe. I have read that some products contain heavy metals such as lead.Post any product that you have found that has been tested to be free from…Continue

Tags: deficiency, chelate, iron, EDDHA, Safe

Special Sexing Tank

Started May 22, 2013 0 Replies

Many people suggest watching behavior of tilapia in order to sex them. This however presents problems  of having the ability to observe behavior to determine the sex of fish. A second problem is that…Continue

Tags: tilapia, catching, tank, fish, sexing

Catching Fish In IBC

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pat James Dec 11, 2013. 22 Replies

What is the best way to catch tilapia in an IBC?Continue

Tags: in, net, catching, IBC, fish

 

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Profile Information

How did you find us?
a friend
Are you an aquaponic gardener already?
Yes
If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
raft
How old is your system?
Just started
What type of fish do you grow with? (select all that apply)
Tilapia
How big is your fish tank?
two 275 gallon ibc totes
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I'm a retired school teacher

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Sloping Settling Filter Bottom

Posted on July 9, 2011 at 4:25am 0 Comments

I want to give the bottom of my settling filter a "V-shaped" bottom, but after trying to find a method of making one, I decided that what I saw was too complicated or too much work. I Thought of a simple solution. "Why don't I just build a wooden base that would support a barrel that was tipped at a 45 degree angle so that thejunction of a side and the bottom were at the lowest point and then install a spigot at that lowest point. So this is my next system tweak.

 

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At 7:49pm on September 11, 2011, Jon Parr said…
Pam? Silly autocorrect. I meant if you "PLAN on selling.."

JP
At 7:47pm on September 11, 2011, Jon Parr said…
Hello Conrad. I live in California, and I think stick-fin will ship to anyone, he never asked me about a permit. In California, they are not prohibited, and not otherwise regulated for "hobby" purposes. If you Pam on selling them for human consumption, then you must get a CA aquaculture permit. There is at least one commercial redclaw grower here in Cali

Nice to make your acquaintance.

JP
At 8:21am on July 2, 2011, Sylvia Bernstein said…

Welcome Conrad,


Thanks for joining the Aquaponic Gardening community!  I hope you find it a fun place to explore aquaponics.  There is a real blend of experienced and new aquapons in this community, so please don’t hesitate to get in there and start asking questions.  Everyone is quite happy to help out new members – no question is too basic.  


A great place to start is to read the “How to Use This Site” link on the upper right corner, “Start Here” section of the Home page.  You might also find the “Aquaponic Gardening Rules of Thumb” guidelines helpful.


Please add a profile image, participate and check in with us every day!  We are constantly posting news about aquaponics and the good food movement.


Thanks again for joining us, and I look forward to getting to know you.


Sylvia

 
 
 

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