My great friend Moe has sent me some Duckweed by FedEx from Dammam, KSA about 1500km away from me.  Thanks Moe. 

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Comment by Saleh Abbas on February 14, 2014 at 11:29am

Yes I did take some duckweeds and put them in a net and let them flow in my fish tank but when water was siphoned from my grow bed to the fish tank the duckweed dropped dropped in the water.  I will ry again later and keep you updated.  Yes i think the way I'm rowing my duck will increase mosquitoes and i'm thinking about moving into y house.

Comment by Michael Welber on February 14, 2014 at 9:00am

Do any of you aerate the tank that contains the duckweed? I have seen advice saying that it does better if the water is aerated. It's an issue here because mosquitoes would breed in the water otherwise. Also, do you feed duckweed? 

Comment by Joel Hanson on February 8, 2014 at 7:25am
We have had our breeder colony going for two months now. [four 30 gallon fry tanks, one 140 gallon breeder with 1 male and 5 female]. I recently introduced duckweed to the fry tanks and the little guys really like it, but it clogs the filter really fast. I have tried a variety of pre filters with little success. Our tanks use an overflow, so maybe an under gravel filter would be better. Keep us posted on your duckweed.
Comment by Saleh Abbas on February 4, 2014 at 4:57pm

Thanks you Moe,  I will post a video clip on Tilapia Breeding group soon. 

Comment by Moe on February 4, 2014 at 12:34am

Great news Saleh,

How are you tilapia doing, Can you do me a big favor and post couple of pictures of the tilapia that you got.  I just want to get a feel for it.

Thanks

 

Comment by Saleh Abbas on February 2, 2014 at 12:50pm

Thank you for the information.  It is really a must to use site if you are growing any vegetables.  

Please send me the presentation.

Saleh Abbas

saleh.abbas@gmail.com

 

Comment by Al Hodges on February 2, 2014 at 2:42am

There is a web site: www.feedipedia.org that has posted food value of over 200 plants. Duckweed is among the highest vegetable protein (27% to over 40%.

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