January 1, 2014 at 12pm to December 31, 2014 at 12pm
A Successful Career in Aquaponic Farming Starts with Premier Education2014 COURSE SCHEDULEApril 24–27 at Green Acre Aquaponics in Brooksville, FLJune 5–8 at Ouroboros Farms in Half Moon Bay, CAOct. 16–19 at Colorado Aquaponics in Denver, CO…See More
I am Billy, supplier seafood from Vietnam. ( pangasius and shrimp " vannamei, black tiger"
I can send the best offer with good quality and competitive price
please feel free to contact me when you have…"
Had the great pleasure of meeting a fellow CA Aquapon, Andy from Santa Barbara. Got me to thinking we shouldn't be left out. There is a Florida and Colorado group so there has to be one from CA. Besides we can share links, ideas and suppliersSee More
A group for those of you willing to donate fingerlings (tilapia, koi, catfish, etc) to other Backyard Aquapons and the those needing them. Let's help each other! There is strength in unity. Let's make a better world through aquaponics!See More
"I wouldn't get started if I didn't like to build things.
Figure out what you have space to do. Plan out your system -- particularly how the water is going to flow. Build it.
Make something small the first time. Learn from trial and error.…"
Decided to use sphagnum peat moss which did bring the pH to around 5.7. Added a blend of an organic fertilizer for blueberries. Planted three small bushes of blueberries, which should produce berries in a few years.
"Sorry Bob, Paul explained what you were talking about with the 2x4s in the picture the boxes are not finished, we are going to add the top rails when we put on the liner, I think they will be strong enough.
Re: your worm bin. I have found the best worm food to be fish waste, which slowly accumulates in my sump. I remove it with rectangular fish net, and store it in a plastic jug. My worm bed is a styrofoam ice chest. I have several sponge filters…"