Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC, June 1, 2010
Fish feed can be a big dilemma for aquaponics. Especially for people who want to be as sustainable as possible or organic as possible or want to grow fish that are as healthy as possible to eat.
Here are the main problems with commercial fish feeds.Most . . . → Read More: Fish Feed
Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC, May 30, 2010
Well Here is the blog post I promised about the BIG catfish. We had this girl for a little over two years and she was definitely an advanced fingerling when we got her. This one was from our very first batch of fish that we put . . . → Read More: It Was This Big!!!
Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC on May 29, 2010
It has been brought to my attention that quoting the “max stocking levels” with system design information might be counterproductive with many people new to Aquaponics. It seems that many people take this number and figure it is standard and that they should stock their . . . → Read More: Recommended Stocking Levels vs Max Stocking Levels
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So here is some footage from my Fish Cam. I’m still trying to get Fish TV live online but it has given me challenges. Still want more cameras for Aquaponic Lynx Live Garden cameras.
Anyway I hope you enjoy seeing . . . → Read More: Fish Cam Footage
This is a follow up to my article about keeping tilapia from breeding.
So now that we have talked about how to stop the fish from breeding, how do you get them to breed when you want them to. I’ve read where people will put two females into a 50 gallon aquarium with one male . . . → Read More: Tilapia Domestic Violence, breeding
Some one asked about breeding fish not too long ago and I realized I haven’t yet talked much about breeding tilapia. Breeding tilapia is easy and the normal question that follows is how do I keep them from breeding? This can be a blessing or a curse in aquaponics so it is best to do . . . → Read More: Keeping Tilapia from Breeding
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I’m getting ready to get an order of catfish to quarantine. Since my systems can handle the minimum order and the 300 gallon system will be able to handle quarantine of a fairly large number of small fish I am offering to get a larger order than I need . . . → Read More: 2011 catfish group order
Now I know I’ve covered the importance of covers over fish tanks before but I’ll mention it again. It is very important to have a cover over your fish tank for several reasons. 1-to keep the sun from causing algae problems in your fish tank (now you don’t need to completely black out the tank, . . . → Read More: Fish Jump
Well at the beginning of 2011 the 300 gallon aquaponics system looked a bit empty on the plant life but the fish were doing well. Here is a video of that aquaponics system.
Again this is the 300 gallon aquaponics system. That 300 gallon measurement is the fish tank size, attached to that 300 . . . → Read More: 300 gallon video Jan 2, 2011
Let me start by saying I have never (knock on wood) killed a complete stock of fish. However, occasionally things happen and I have lost a few. Most illness in fish is brought on by stress and poor water quality. It is important that when one will be handling the fish the water quality should . . . → Read More: Sometime Fish Get Sick