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breeding nutrition out of our food

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Troyer Jun 9, 2013. 2 Replies

I found this interesting article today.  Most of you will be interested…Continue

 

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Jim Troyer replied to Del Roach's discussion heating fish tanks in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Hi Arlene I build them and they work great.  Kim Roman who posts on this site, used one last winter, was happy with and has gotten it hooked up for this winter again. Mine makes about 10 degrees on a sunny winter day. If you are interested…"
Oct 22
Jim Troyer replied to Pam DeLong's discussion Breeding Pair of Blue Tilapia for sale (Tucson) in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Hi Pam The long and short of it is you can get what the market will bare.  I would think that the $100 range is fair for a breeding set the 4+1 formula of females to males is always in that range for young breeders. Yours are older so you…"
Oct 22
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"@ Kim It probably okay to start shutting down the pump at night.  I would give it an hour or two around midnight until it gets down another 10 degrees how is that sprinkler valve working by now?"
Oct 15
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"HI all  I'm currently out of town so I can't help with the babies.  I do know where you can get some adult fish for a very reasonable price.  call Charly at 928.606.3534"
Oct 15
Jim Troyer left a comment for Jefferson Raebel
"Hi Jeff Sorry I haven't been paying attention to this thread.  I am still out of town so I can't help you with the little guys at this time.  I do know where you can get some adult fish for a very reasonable price.  call…"
Oct 15
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"Hi John and Kim Et Al: John why don't you try a 50% water change if you are having problem with mortality.  The minerals and other pathogens do build up over time. Kim: I would go ahead and put the garage fish in the main tank so you…"
Oct 13
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"Glad to hear the little fry are doing well John.  The little guys guys swim between tanks through the siphon bridges and intermingle with the larger fish in my indoor system. They seem to co-habitate without issue there so I'm not…"
Jun 3
Jim Troyer replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Okay, should we shoot for October? "
May 28
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"Hi Kim: Something is not right with that thermostat.  It has only been above 104 once this year.  You will find that the water is pretty close to the average temperature My jacuzzi system is more exposed than your system and the water…"
May 28
Matt Miskinnis replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Fall is fine"
May 28
Stephanie Bader replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"They do one stop every other weekend or as people volunteer to show off their houses."
May 28
Liz & Dan replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Fall is better timing for us too, plus better weather.  :)"
May 28
Jim Troyer replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Sorry folks, I got too busy to work on  the tour.  Fall fits my timeline much better.  Steph: do the UFT only have one stop each weekend?"
May 27
Jim Troyer commented on David Schwinghamer's group Arizona Aquaponics
"Hi Steph My Irises just got done blooming.  They have full sun, whereas your are shaded so that may be the difference, only time will tell. I had 12"+ tilapia jumping while I was trying to catch them last night.  They are pretty…"
May 27
Stephanie Bader replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"I've gone to a couple of the urban farm tours, and the neat thing about that is that everyone just goes to one persons house to see what they've done for an hour or two in the morning. Maybe something like that would work better for us and…"
May 27
Sheri Schmeckpeper replied to Jim Troyer's discussion 2014 Phoenix Area Tour in the group Arizona Aquaponics
"Well, I think May has left the building. :)  How about arranging a tour in the fall after the heat?"
May 27

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I inherited a moss filled backyard pond, the remote AP turned it gin clear in 2 weeks. It's now much healthier for the inhabitants. I'm breeding and growing with Nile, Mozambique and Nile Hybrids. I sell tilapia fry and fingerlings; bulk fish food, worms, gammarus (scuds) and give plenty of free advise. If you want I'll build you a system too!

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At 10:38pm on March 31, 2014, George Taimanao said…

Hi Jim. I am interested in purchasing some of what your offering based on your posts. I think my AP system is cycled with the 15 goldfish i have and I am ready for tilapia. I would also be interested in buying fish food, scuds and worms. Thanks!

At 5:15pm on August 26, 2013, Safwat Zaki said…

Thank you Jim, it's a very good idea than using a coliander lined up with a cloth material.

 

 

 

At 1:07am on July 23, 2013, Duncan Cooley said…

Hi Jim. this is what I thought the system might look like, but after reading what you had wrote earlier, I might even use bamboo as the top water feeder pipe to the towers its a lot stronger than poly-pipe and cheaper, I just cut it down out of the garden.

Duncan

At 1:06pm on June 23, 2013, Concetta said…

Hey Jim,

I am just learing about aquaponics and don't have a system yet. I am also working on the 4th but would love to hear about the tour and perhaps join in when I can.

Concetta

At 11:09pm on June 18, 2013, Kobus Jooste said…

Hello Jim

I apologize for not responding sooner, but I have moved to a new area where there is no space for my unit, thus it has been mothballed. The towers did not run long enough to test many different crops, but my gut feel was that with the dense media I had, the spacing was too close for long-growing crops.

At 11:11pm on June 17, 2013, Samson J. Loo said…

Thank you. With all this information I received from joining this group I'll be saving a lot of time and money. Thank you very much!!

At 9:45pm on June 4, 2013, Randy Mann said…

Thanks Jim!  Took your suggestion and created a blog on the main.  Give me a month and I will be ready for the fish!

At 1:55pm on May 27, 2013, Kris Pauly said…

HI Jim.  Thanks.  It is actually an Ariel Atom.  The pic is from when my wife and I flew to Oregon and drove it back home.  My brother has an elise.

At 2:06pm on May 12, 2013, Robert Rowe said…
At 12:37pm on April 24, 2013, David Schwinghamer said…
How did me homestead look today?
 
 
 

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