Arizona Aquaponics

Helping each other to learn and grow big nutritious plants and fish to help feed the world.

Location: Phoenix
Members: 189
Latest Activity: 2 hours ago


Thank you all for joining my group, I hope to do a lot with all anyone interested. Please
tell me any event suggestions you would like us to do.

Discussion Forum

Breeding Pair of Blue Tilapia for sale (Tucson)

Started by Pam DeLong. Last reply by Pam DeLong 2 hours ago. 3 Replies

Fish food

Started by lisa outland. Last reply by lisa outland Oct 14. 5 Replies

MCC Spring class in Aquaponics now open

Started by Dr. George B. Brooks, Jr. Oct 6. 0 Replies

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Comment by Kim Romen on Sunday

actually, Stephanie, i had a brain fog for a moment.  u raise Koi.  how does your system do in the winter?  do u need to stop feeding them?  did u tell me once your hardest time is the summer?  thx!

Comment by Kim Romen on Sunday

regarding Koi, wouldn't it be hard to do AP with Koi in the coldest of the winter since they stop eating when it gets too cold?  no eat, no poop. 

Jim, haven't tried to sprinklers, it's been so busy.  tomorrow!

Comment by Nick on Saturday

Anyone in or near Maricopa?

Comment by Stephanie Bader on Saturday

@Arlene if you're looking for koi try phoenix tropical fish, or craigslist. Ocean floor is hit or miss, they have koi but they don't always look the best, at least the little ones. Also there is a phoenix koi rescue group on yahoo, there's maybe a post once a month on there but it's a good way to get large fish if you're comfortable with transporting them.

Comment by Arlene Boyle on Friday
Thanks, Pam. Will check out.
Comment by Rob Nash on Friday

Sea 90 is awesome.. we only use a minute amount on occasion.. 1/4 tsp / gal in a foliar spray.. then eat some of the salt at dinner. if You add it directly to the tank water, go with 1tsp/10 gallons of water.

Comment by Scott Bloom on Friday

Okay, this question is for all you people that know everything.  What is your feelings about the sea-90 product, for the trace minerals in our AP systems?  If it is beneficial then how much should we add?

Comment by Pam DeLong on October 16, 2014 at 4:24pm

Arlene - don't use the methylene blue they talk about...not to be used with fish-for-food. A preferred product for shipping fish is SHIP Shape water conditioning product.

Comment by Pam DeLong on October 16, 2014 at 1:28pm

Arlene - and here:

No accent...

Comment by Pam DeLong on October 16, 2014 at 1:22pm

Arlene - this YouTube video might help:

He's got an English accent, and some of the words don't come through very clearly.


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