I think that Aquaponics is unique and deserves its own section rather than being under “grow” or “raise”.

Aquaponics fish tank part 1

Aquaponics fish tank part 2

Auto siphon test

Aquaponics:  plants in the grow beds

Auto siphon test 2

Aquaponics:  first fruits

Aquaponics update:  pH, iron, fish and peppers

Aquaponics tomatoes:  blossom drop

Aquaponics:  some lessons learned

Aquaponics video review–Murray Hallam

From the wife:  Fixing aquaponics while the husband is gone

Solar aquaponics

Aquaponics fish tank

Aquaponics:  electrical upgrade

Solar performance improvement

Aquaponics review:  Aquaponics Source grow-bed

General update

Results in an abandoned grow bed

2 thoughts on “Aquaponics

  1. Aquaponics: Vegetables and fish protein – family size

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    • I checked on the above reply and did receive a couple documents. There were lots of good links.

      Please let me know if you have any issues and I’ll take it down.


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