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Rob Nash's Discussions

How much water is too much?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rob Nash Jul 29, 2012. 5 Replies

I have a koi pond that is aproximately 6000 gallons, and want to connect some flood and drain beds to it. I dont have room to add the normal ratio of grow beds,which would be about 1500 sft,  but can…Continue

Tadpoles in the raft system

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Weekz Mar 31, 2012. 9 Replies

I recently experienced three weeks of slow growth on the lettuce rafts. The sun had been out just as much or more than the month before, but the plants were showing signs of stress and beginning to…Continue

What is the best design for a wicking bed?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joni Solis Nov 13. 11 Replies

In an effort to build a more sustainable garden, im trying to have as many things out side the ap systems as possible. Most likely i will never go back to dirt rows, but know that power can be the…Continue

 

Rob Nash of HannaLeigh farm & Austin Aquaponics

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Randall Wimbish replied to Rob Nash's discussion Using EZ Gro towers in commercial farming in the group EzGro Garden
"Rob. What are you using for media in those towers? I am going to set up a tower with the bottom reservoir."
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"As always...Great job Rob!"
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"It looks great =) I love the framing!"
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Joni Solis replied to Rob Nash's discussion What is the best design for a wicking bed?
"Jon, are you till doing this same thing with the pots filled compost mix sitting in the gravel? If so is it still working out great for you and not hurting the fish? Thank you for any added info on your update. "
Nov 13
Kym Roberts-Hardesty replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY submersible water heater, build your own water heater
"What are the measurements of the piece of pvc that covers the element?"
Nov 6
Jeff S replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
"Thanks Vlad, I'll give it a try."
Nov 1

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Vlad Jovanovic replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
"Jeff, you might try something like 3M 5200 instead of pvc cement...it should create both a seal and adhere...but would allow you to take it apart later...it comes in a semi permanent version (I forget the numerical delineation)..."
Oct 31
Randall Wimbish replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
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Oct 31
Jeff S replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
"I use a GFCI on my DIY heater to kick out when the heater leaks. I also put a ground wire in the FT and run directly to ground to help protect the fish. My heater is submersible and I have had problems with water leaking in and shorting the circuit.…"
Oct 31
Ivonne Rangel replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
"These are amazing! But I'm a girl with no electrical or plowing experience lol! Can I buy some already built from you ? Thanks!! :D"
Oct 31
Kym Roberts-Hardesty replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY submersible water heater, build your own water heater
"Thank you Vlad!  You guys rock! "
Oct 31
Jeff S replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY submersible water heater, build your own water heater
"Nice clean set up Rob. How do you repair/replace the element if it fails without draining the water.  "
Oct 31

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Vlad Jovanovic replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY submersible water heater, build your own water heater
"The 'black cup thingy' is a Net Pot (a 2 inch one, I believe) and can be found at any 'ol hydro store. The 'slotted PVC piece' can be bought from Farm Tek (and probably some other places...…"
Oct 31
Kym Roberts-Hardesty replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY submersible water heater, build your own water heater
"Where did you get the slotted PVC piece and the black cup thingy at the end, that go over the element?"
Oct 31
Kym Roberts-Hardesty replied to Rob Nash's discussion DIY Heater, build your own 2000 watt heater for $20 ***DONT USE COPPER OR NICKEL ELEMENTS!
"Thank you Craig!  Once I saw what it was I understood the importance!  "
Oct 23

Profile Information

How did you find us?
Search engine (Google)
Are you an aquaponic gardener already?
Yes
If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
flood and drain media, raft, combination
How old is your system?
2 yrs or more
What type of fish do you grow with? (select all that apply)
Koi, Tilapia
How big is your fish tank?
3 xs 1,000 gal, 300 gal, 180 gal xs 2, 150 gal, 50 gal xs 2, 1000 gal koi pond
Please tell us something else about yourself.
We run a small farm in Austin Texas, utilizing aquaponics on a commercial scale. Farming, installing systems, support and consulting ...we live and work with AP every day. I love what I do.

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At 5:28pm on April 8, 2014, Matt Lindley said…
Hi Rob. I have been using goldfish and koi in my system that I started one year ago in SA. I would like to add in tilapia this spring. I was told I might be able to purchase some from you. Is this correct?
At 6:15pm on January 8, 2014, Erik Powell said…
Have you ever worked with anything vertical or towers? I just got my tower in over a month ago and its way sweet!
At 12:28pm on March 15, 2013, Bryan Acred said…

Everything looks great Rob. Very professional. Great work.

At 10:18am on July 3, 2012, Chris Schup said…

Awesome. Thanks!

At 9:40am on March 22, 2012, chris taylor Swamp Creek Farms said…

Do you prefer gravel over rafts?  Building a setup similar to yours,  just dont want to do it twice.  Never tried rafts yet,  it seems i can grow more in gravel tho.

At 10:49am on February 29, 2012, Patti Taylor said…

Hey Rob anything going on this Sat?I need to get some shale this weekend and might swing by.

At 9:41pm on January 20, 2012, Ahmad said…

Hi Rob - it looks like you have a large operation, how many people work with you? Do you keep track of your total output? About how many square feet of growing space do you have?

Cheers

At 8:24pm on November 27, 2011, Patti Taylor said…

Hey rob thanks for all the info and helping me dial in my system.The fish are doing great and  I plan on building that heater tomorrow.My wife and I really enjoyed the tour of your facility.your input was spot on...I learned more from you in a couple hours than I have in weeks searching on the net.

At 9:49am on November 27, 2011, Britt Fullerton said…

Howdy Rob, It's John Fullerton, I've been away from things as of late. I hope life is treating you well.  Awesome post on the heater.  Just saying hello and checking in, nothing major at this time.  Still working on getting the greenhouse built and finished.  Still want to come down and check you out sometime and just working on figuring out the time that's best.  Life is super busy.  Take care and talk to you soon.

At 5:16pm on November 21, 2011, David Schwinghamer said…

The one for 20?

 
 
 

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