I would like to know what others are doing to keep their systems winterized especially how well it works during this extreme weather Missouri is having. My husband built me a heat exchanger today for my system. we had one mishap due to me slowing the flow down to low so we added additional stainless pipe and it has been running 15 minutes and the temp running out of the out put is 10 degrees higher than the in put so far... the water is pumped from the sump and part of it is channeled to the …See More
"Hi guys :) Yes, George they sure are a bit tastier than the habs. They have a bit more aroma and kick to them.
Alex, I do grow some Bhut Jolokia's (ghost chilis) the ones this year were chocolate ghost chili's. They're supposed to be…"
"Thanks. That's good to know. My fish tank is under the house but does get some light all day, though less in the winter. I'm switching them now to larger food and so far they haven't take to it but I want to be sure they can see it…"
Most fish we grow in aquaponics don't NEED much light, at least not for just growing them. When I say much, you want to let enough light at your water so the fish can tell the difference between night and…"
"Do fish need sunlight? I have my tank covered by lattice and was opening it during the day. But Virginia Kelley's new e-book says that fish should be in the dark? I know people who have aquariums turn on lights over the tank during the day.…"
"Well, I was sort of thinking of any mesophiles bacteria of introduced after our main system has a foot hold but might be more capable to compete for space and nutrients, thus weakening our original thermophiles original. I was specifically…"
"This is concern Linda, I like to think of aquapons as not being gardeners or aquaculturists but bacteriologists. If you look at it this way and wish to culture the most proficient bacteria possible then feeding and caring for your…"
"http://www.diyaquarist.com a diy Coil Denitrator Plans – for removing nitrates from an aquarium.
I didn't build it yet.
Do not oversee that Nitrates will keep climbing while the fishes eat, they will eat more when the water…"