"I think it would be really great if one started a new thread or topic for new topics. That way someone who doesn't use a bell siphon wouldn't have to look at the comment. Or if I was interested in kickstarter campaigns I could check out…"
"Thanks Phil for the vote of confidence. Jeremy, you shouldn't be using so much ph down. The system, when they are operating are naturally acidic and would require mostly the addition of a ph up solution. There is a great video on the…"
"I would be splitting hairs if I said they were tastier. Taste depends on what they are fed and the water conditions. Charr are a red/pink (depending on water conditions) fleshed trout, rare and sought after. All the eggs in the US for arctic charr…"
"Jim, Troutlodge here in Washington State supplies eyed eggs of Arctic Charr. They ship in January (smallest shipment is 1000 eggs, the spring shipment from Canada is min. 10,000 eggs) anywhere in the country. find them online. I had good luck…"
"Phil, I purchased eyed eggs from Troutlodge in January. I posted videos of the process on my facebook page. (the one I listed in an previous reply) It was a real experience. But I'm sure its old news to you seeing how you have so many rainbows.…"
"Thanks for that information Phil. The fingerlings are about two inches now. I do not use a chiller because of the way I have constructed my system. My water is at 50 degrees now and wont go much above 55 the coldest part of the winter the temp. was…"
"Goldfish can handle the colder water they will go dormant in the winter but they are still breathing. If you can keep the water at 50 degrees or more they may not even go dormant. I have goldfish in a tank in my greenhouse and the salad over…"