Ever changing

Aquaponic Tower and pond Plants grown

To show how fast things change, look at this picture from just a short time ago.

Aquaponic Rail and tower troughs

That picture wasn’t taken very long ago. It was after we moved the pond plants from the old place so they looked all droopy just dumped into the water bed.

So here just . . . → Read More: Ever changing

Second Market Day

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Ok day two. Again, didn’t make much money at the market directly but I think I made some impressions and I may hear back from a couple people, I hope.

You can see in the pictures some changes I made to the truck canopy and I have yet a few more . . . → Read More: Second Market Day

Going to Market

All right this is the eve of my first trip to Market with Aquaponics stuff and Lufa. I’ll be At Renningers Flea Market (up the hill from the Antique Market) in Mount Dora, Florida tomorrow (Sat, 11/26/11.) I’ll be out in the Field Row 7 space 3. White Truck with White tarp up over it . . . → Read More: Going to Market

I’ve harvested Lufa Sponges

Lufa Sponges

I had been searching for good summer crops for our hot humid long Florida summers. Well, Lufa is turning into a bumper crop.

Lufa is a relative of Squash, Zucchini, cucumbers and gourds. The vines, flowers, leaves and fruit look a lot like cucumbers on steroids. The small immature fruits are . . . → Read More: I’ve harvested Lufa Sponges


Originally posted by TCLynx on AGC, June 2, 2010

There is much comment about what might be needed to add to an aquaponics system to keep the plants happy. Once a system is mature, it will require less special attention, however, new systems do often need a little bit of something something to help get . . . → Read More: Supplements

Aquaponic Bananas

Don’t they say it takes 14 months to get fruit from a banana? Well apparently my Aquaponics system and my banana plant didn’t read that book.

Aquaponic banana Planted May 6

I was lately going through my pictures from this past year and discovered that I didn’t even set up the grow bed . . . → Read More: Aquaponic Bananas