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What ph meter should I get

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matt Freshour Dec 26, 2013. 3 Replies

I am building a chop2 system utilizing 2 ibc tanks, meaning 1 fish tank, 1 sump, and at 1st 2 growbeds, hopefully progressing to 3 growbeds, and maybe some strawberry/tomato towers. My question is,…Continue

Ph meter advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Dec 21, 2013. 1 Reply

First, i wanted to know if i should go with a handheld ph meter, or one designed to stay in or on the system, as well as what is a good brand/ model to get in both versions.Continue

Chop vs Chop2 questions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alex Veidel Dec 15, 2013. 3 Replies

 I am in the beginning stages of my 1st aquaponics setup, I have bought 2 ibc tanks, as well as built my bell siphons for my grow beds amazingly, both siphons seemed to work great on my 1st attempt.…Continue

New To the aquaponics world seeking advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bart Dec 2, 2013. 4 Replies

I just bought 2 275 gallon ibc tanks, I have plenty of space in Tulsa Oklahoma, and I am looking for any advice on building the best possible system for both future growth, as well as ease of Newbie…Continue

 

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At 8:26pm on December 1, 2013, Ron said…

I started my morning with a cup of coffee, and a couple ham and egg sandwiches, thanks to my wife... Then set out to unload and begin this aquaponics venture. I cut my IBC tanks, using the top approximate 12" for the 2 growbeds, and then what was left of the bottom of 1 for my fish tank, and the bottom of the other for my sump tank. I then realized that i thought the sump tank was too tall, and cut it a little shorter. Then, I fastened the plastic, with small stainless screws to the existing brackets. I then began to level my projected area, with a shovel... I hate digging, maybe thats why I am excited about aquaponics, lol, and closed the day with kinda a dry run of water in the sump, and the pump running to the other tank, just to make sure nothing leaked before i actually started the plumbing part, as that would suck to get it all set up, and find out 1 of the valves leaked.

 
 
 

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