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Introduction to Aquaponics by Glenn

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Kohut Jul 10, 2012. 12 Replies

This is the link to the Introduction to Aquaponics for the UH course.This is the link.....ATOOL…Continue

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Glenn Martinez commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9B9c_QLD-E   I posted a new YouTube on the subject of Siohons. I will shoot another one on the bottom portion of our siphons, they start on as little as a cup of water, the most minimum flow we have ever seen,…"
Apr 13
Glenn Martinez commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"I recommend that everyone go watch a FREE webniar that University of Hawaii shot and published on our Olomana Gardens air pumps. Shows many different…"
Apr 12
Glenn Martinez commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"We were in American Samoa, where 1/2 inch water hose was as large as we could get. Had to re-engineer and run 3/4 PVC pipe 50 feet out in the garden and then a short hose to the fish tank and air lift pump.  Back home we tried a set up of a…"
Apr 11
Glenn Martinez commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Hakko 40 and 60 watt pumps are my foavorites. The 3/4 is the ONLY way to go. Major difference in air and in water pumping. We use nothing else. Trick: when we buy a air compressor or a water pump, we immediately install and adapter, normally 6…"
Apr 11
Glenn Martinez left a comment for Danny
"I use the Hakko 40 and 60 watt pumps, doing 40 lpm and 60 lpm. Quiet, been running them out in the weather and indoors. Seem to be unbreakable. $200 to $250 "
Apr 10
David commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"no need to change just modify.  Willing to help, but need to see what you have. David"
Apr 10
Danny commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Wonder if anyone could recommend air pump make and model.  I currently have a 70 liter per min pump (Active Aqua Air pump AAPA70L) that seems to work OK, but start making additional nosies between water dischargees (ever 5-7 sec.).  …"
Apr 10
Leo White Bear commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Danny-   You stated that you emptied 25% of the water and still have a reading of 8.0.  Stupid question but, did you replace that 25% of water you removed??  If so I would doanother 25% water change and take another reading.  You…"
Apr 9
David commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Danny, Did you get the answers you needed to get more flow from your pump?  If not e-mail me a picture or pictures and I would be happy to help.  cgaquaponics@gmail.com David"
Apr 9
Danny commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Cycling my fish less IBC system (175 gal) for 5 day now and added 1/8 cup of pure ammonia at the beginning of the cycle.  Got an 8.0 reading to start off with and have not added any ammonia, 5 day now and still unable to bring my ammonia…"
Apr 9
David commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Danny, I just went through what you are going through.  I started at 128gph and with Glenn's help I am up to 209gph.  Check out my Youtube videos as I went through this process. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy9zWmjgRT1O8cEBjnS8HlA"
Apr 6
Danny commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"I just built a filling drain system (175 gal) utilizing a airlift pump that i seen on you website. I have a 60 wait air pump and I'm able to lift hundred gallons per hour at 48 inches.  From your number in your article it looks like my…"
Apr 6
Glenn Martinez commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Go to our web page www.olomanagardens.com or email Natalie at sistahcash@gmail.com The Patent papers have complete drawing and parts lists with all sizes.....get it if you need it. "
Feb 2
d. salvatore commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"I'd like the manual for building the lift pumps"
Feb 1
David commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Glenn, Would you be willing to e-mail me the manual on airlift pumps?  I'm in the middle of a build and just discovered the concept and would like to implement it.  dmageetx@gmail.com David"
Feb 1
Dan Dimitri commented on Glenn Martinez's blog post Air lift pumps in Aquaponics
"Hi Glen or anyone...question on this airlift system...do you have to put some kind of blocking mesh on the out valve from the bottom of the ICB Tote?  Basically to keep the fish from ending up airlifted out from the bottom?  Or is it not…"
Dec 30, 2013

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If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
flood and drain media
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2 yrs or more
What type of fish do you grow with? (select all that apply)
Tilapia, Catfish
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1200 gallon two each
Please tell us something else about yourself.
Teach Aquaponics for Univ Hawaii, travel international teaching aquaponics, build systems for schools and home use. Inventor of air pumps and many devices for aquaponics

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At 7:38am on June 14, 2013, Rochelle Hopkins said…
How to get information on airlift system?
At 7:04pm on April 7, 2013, lobocigr said…

so is there any parts list or plans other than the pdf?

which air pump do you use/recommend?

At 1:58am on December 19, 2012, joe williams said…

hi i was told by another member that u set up a aquaponics in the philipines. would like to talk to about what u used..

At 9:33pm on October 2, 2012, Dennis Glover said…
Hi Glenn, I'm interested in getting your plans also. I'm interested in putting a raft into the system similar to what was in one of your videos that you showed during your conference presentation.

Dennis....l
At 6:21pm on August 6, 2012, Gary Puhl said…

I was watching your videos with Senator ?. I was interested in the 28 watt air pump that could be run on the solar cell. I would like specifics of the hardware and where could I get them. I am sorry it took so long to get back to you. I am a snow bird. I live in Michigan. summers and Florida, winters. This winter I will be setting up AP system. 

I joined Maui group because I have a one week timeshare around Halloween. So every two years, I visit for two weeks. I would like to visit some AP systems.

Gary

At 3:05pm on July 2, 2012, Jim Hall said…

I've been watching the videos as time allowed with grandkids visiting. Drawback was I had to download each video. Even with a cable connection, it would download, play and then download if I tried to stream it. So it's taken more time to assemble the library to watch them. I've done some of the tests, but mostly just watching the videos. With active systems, I tend to go for the meat and potatoes of the subjects to apply to my working systems.
Good stuff and wish everything was more centrally located online last year when I jumped into this. Getting there though.

At 5:05pm on May 31, 2012, Sylvia Bernstein said…

Hey, Glenn.  Great to hear from you.  I"m sending you an email this afternoon about the conference.  Looking forward to catching up...good god you have been busy! 

At 5:19am on May 17, 2012, Paul Trudeau said…

Hi Glenn, just FYI, construction of my system based on your "tray-ponics" ideas is coming along.  See http://aquaponicscommunity.com/group/sacramento-aquaponics/forum/topics/10-x-12-aquaponics-greenhouse-build-downtown-sac.  I'm ever grateful!

At 5:23am on March 31, 2012, Carey Ma said…

Hi Glen,

Welcome to our lil site. I hope you find what you are looking for here.

I was wondering if you have access to Master Cho's people to donate a one of their books to me. I understand the process and have been making my own brews and teas for years but find it nice to have books for reference from true authorities.

Cheers

At 8:54pm on March 29, 2012, Paul Trudeau said…

Glenn, welcome!  Hope this site is useful to you.  Your videos (both the free one and the ones with the paid course) on the University of Hawaii site are FANTASTIC!  Thanks - you've helped me so much!  Best wishes in all your endeavors.

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getting water higher using air pumps.

Posted on July 24, 2013 at 2:15am 4 Comments

Jon has the right idea, dig a well or resovoir that is capped at the bottom.

We find 4 to eight feet is great. 

It takes 1/2 PSi per foot of depth to get the air lift started. After the air is displacing the water, the water is lighter and it takes less air. A 5 psi pump is the strongest we have ever used. 5 psi will inject air in at 10 foot depth. 

We use TWO inputs on heights over 20 foot. 

Dig the well to say four foot, pump the…

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Olomana Gardens, what we do different?

Posted on July 1, 2012 at 11:02pm 3 Comments

Olomana Gardens  take on Aquaponics:
We practice  Vermi-Aero-Aqua-Ponics.
Sure,  we have the fish and the plants. We do the "total recovery"....keep the fish solids in the system, not flushing them out. We run parallel feed of fish solid water (from fish tank) to the bio-filter beds. Such that if I have three bio-filter beds, all three get an even distribution of the "dirty water".  Then we have Indian Blue worms to eat the fish solids. We move the water input each…
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Glenn's design drawings

Posted on June 24, 2012 at 11:33am 1 Comment

Sylvia has posted my drawing of bucket siphons, air pumps and tea makers at http://aquaponicscommunity.com/page/glenn-martinez-aquaponics-manual. Enjoy. Some of the designs are "patent pending" but only for manufacturing rights. Individuals, non-protits and educational are free to make their own devices for use. It just when you cross the line to manufacturing that we need an agreement. Enjoy, these devices…

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Air lift pumps in Aquaponics

Posted on May 31, 2012 at 1:21am 80 Comments

I have been working with air lifts in Aquaponics and wondering if anyone else is trying them. 

We first tried the air lifts to deal with a problem of theft at school locations. Submersible pumps were being stolen regularly. So we put the air pump in the class room, a super quiet model, and ran the air line out the upper window to the fish tank. We had to invent our own pump because we could not find a commercial model.

If anyone is interested I will email them…

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