"I would be willing to bet that there are more "Ladies" involved in this Hobby than area actully showing up on these web sights. In my case, I built the system, my Lady Friend tells me what she wants to see grow. She also helps…"
"Has anybody tried to run 1/2" black poly tube underground and then pumping water thru the pipe to maintain temperature? The average ground water temperature in Cocoa Fl. is @ 68-72*f year round. May be a little to cool for some…"
"Good Day Marty,
Sorry about the delay, been at sea and working the ship.
As far as the Loofa Spounges, we use them to filter mircoscopic oil and dirt particles in our two 'Low Pressure Donkey Boilers'. It is supprising…"
"Good day all, As I live in Cocoa, I am a little concerned about keeping these fish alive during the 3 weeks of winter that we experience in Central Florida. So Mr. Sam, do you heat your tanks at all, or just let Mama Nature hve her…"
"Good Day TC,
You should sell your Louffa Sponges to the US Goverment. We use @ 100 spounges each quarter in the ship's Aux Boiler Plant, times that buy 14 ships minimum, and you can sell a whole bunch of sponges.
We just changed…"
"Just an idea for cooling or heating. I did some research on alternative sources of cooling, and one method I found was to run say 250 ft of cheap black plastic hose say 18-24 inches under ground where the ground temperature stays @ 75*F…"
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