"I'm making a bell siphon, and I need a 6in pipe to fit over the other stuff. I went to a good hardware store today looking for the piece or some answers. One of their plumbing guys said sewer pvc doesn't have to be graded for potable…"
"As long as it's un-plasticized PVC you should be fine. You may to look into weather green PVC has any plasticizers in it (I doubt it, but don't know for sure).
The media guard doesn't need to be 6". If you are building a…"
"JeffS I guess there aren't any, it went faster this second time just like Vlad had said. 3 weeks this second time isn't bad at all. I have noticed in the last week that all the plants have really taken off and sprouted a lot. I am going to…"
I'm rebuilding my plumbing exactly to the specs in Sylvia Bernstein's book. My only problem is that the only 6" pvc pipe I can buy for the media blocker is green, which is the color used for sewer pipes. I'm concerned that it may not be safe for…See More
"Hi again Chris. After looking at your drawing I would put 2 400watt HIDs over each bed. I don't know if you've ever used HIDs before but they are quite intense even at 400 watts. Putting 3 1000s between the tables would cause you to have…"
"Yeah, that's the real price of the API Master test kit. Wow, $65CDN is pretty expensive! (even at the 0.86 exchange rate).
Probably VAT (or GST...or whatever other taxes they've come up with recently...Serbia was the same way), and import…"
"Yup, that makes sense. Thanks. I checked out your store and the $$ look good. Too bad I have to put up with the $Cdn against the US$, plus freight. Is that the real price for the API Master test kit? Up here they are $65.
My daughter is slavering…"
For those planning, running, or interested in aquaponics systems located somewhere in Texas, USA. Discussion of rainwater harvesting incentives and other opportunities or challenges unique to Texas.See More
I would go with a dimmable ballast over a dial-a-Watt ballast. They are not at all the same thing. With the "dial a Watt" type, you set the ballast to a particular wattage (say 600Watts, then need to use ONLY a 600Watt…"