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Interested in getting started in aquaponics, current day job is software developer - when employed.
As a software developer I am wondering if there is any software available to manage an aquaponics site. As a beginner i am not yet aware of what needs to be tracked and monitored, so if anyone wants to send me some comments they would be appreciated.
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Kinda of a tricky question,A lot has to do with water parameters ,and the larger animals tend to not do well in transport.Exactly what is it your trying to do ?The hatchery phase is the hardest part for a commercial operation.It really requires a large volume of water ,not exactly an aquaponics deal.I think small breeders may be the way to go.,I think you should start with grow out then move to breeding,You can purchase grow out craylings for $1 at about an inch you grow out for a year ,sell small ones keep big ones for breeding.There is a reason mike is the only person who has had success.
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