A roofing company is selling 275 gal. totes that held a water-based glue. Not an oil based product.It peels off like latex paint.How much prep do I need to do on these things before putting fish in them or is this a watery grave no matter what I do? See More
"just reading up on this (I live in the Pac NW of the U.S. and heating the water in Winter is probably a good idea) and the debate over how to integrate the heater so you get adequate flow without having to drill more holes or worry about the sump…"
my name is bruce Hoffman
I hope by know you would have the problem worked out
there is a dealer in Kansas
I am thinking about buying tilapia from him
since you are so close how will you keep them warm
the weather we had last…"
" HI Anthony,
No, it is not a closed loop. The materials are fish safe, stainless steel and cast iron 90's because that is what we had on hand, we only use one pump. The pump is in the pond and pumps water to the fish…"
"for just one or 2 fish just soak a food pellet in water till u can put a trout hook in it and catching like any other fish. As some one suggested above putting a net in before stocking can really make life easyer."
"I have seen a few of these kinds of filters over the years in the aquarium industry and they always end up being snake oil. If you aren't removing something chemically or physically it will accumulate in your system no way did they go months…"
"You will need everything that you would put on a reef tank for an aquarium. In salt water you don't want lose organic proteins in the water, so you need a protein skimmer aside from normal aquaponic setup. I would also suggest a calcium reactor…"
"yes you want your KH above 70ppm ideal 80- 120 but anything above 70 is fine. I would advise against the use of shells and stuff not because its a bad idea but because it not constant. it will vary based on your current PH and current GH far more…"