It's been tough finding fish....am working on breeding some so I don't run into challenges again. There is a fish store in Coombs that has some. If you have no luck keep emailing me and I might be able to help you out…"
"I am absolutely interested provided the price is right. At four months how big are they? I am currently expanding my pond to approximately 800 gallons (4' wide x18' long x 1.5' deep). I have 2 each 30 gallon temporary…"
"Any quick fix or wild swings in pH will not be good for the fish. But very very small adjustments CAN be made in the downward direction by dosing very very small amounts of plain white vinegar. I think you should dose no more than a fluid oz. (a…"
Hello everyone!We are having an issue with high pH. It's settled right at 8.0, which as you know is fine for the fish (koi), but the plants are displeased. We've tried some fixes, but the biggest issue is we have is that our fish tanks are right…See More
"Wow - this is great thanks!
If you're looking to raise perch in upstate NY, I'd recommend making your own tanks out of old freezers with windows cut in the top. It takes a bit of work to convert them but it's cheap and they…"
"I'm glad to see that Doug is bringing this group back together. I've been on Aquaponic Gardening for many months and didn't know there was a Michigan group. If we want to grow we need to make regular posts to stay at the top of the…"
Hi there,I'm new to the group, but just put in a permit request for yellow perch. I'm excited, and can't wait to have a fish fry next year.Anyhow, I tend to cycle different kinds of fish through my system in summer and winter, and vary the…See More
"I'm more interested in what things i could use to improve the nutrient content. Not necessarily looking to adjust hardness or alkalinity. I just understand that a nutrient deficient water will have low readings on both of those, and since i use…"
Hello all...So, I just finished my first bell siphon and have started testing it out and messing with some different variables. Right now, the drain pipe is 1/2 inch pvc with an 1 1/2 reducer acting as a funnel, with a 3 inch pvc as the bell dome…See More