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I filmed this the other day for a friend showing them how a bell siphon works.  This system is a little smaller then the one on my back patio but it works just as good.  I have a neighbor that owns a hydroponics store so I'm going to take this one in to set up in his shop to hopefully be able to build and sell them as a patio picker.
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Hope you don't mind the post but thought this might interest folks in the USA.
"USDA: Don't Ban Aquaponics and Organic Hydro From Organic Farming"
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/usda-dont-ban-aquaponics-and-organic-hydro-organic-farming
We the people ask the federal government to Take or explain a position on an issue or policy: USDA: Don't Ban Aquaponics and Organic Hydro From Organic Farming. Created by S.T. on May 17, 2016. Sign This Petition. Needs 99036 signatures by June 16, 2016 to get a response from the White House ...
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Never before has the idea of growing vegetables indoors intrigued us so much. Lobster farming, producing our own food and becoming self-sufficient are heart felt goals of so many. And why not! It is so easy and simple to do...
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very nice ......
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An overview and walk through of the new emergency back-up system. Keep your fish alive in the event of a power or pump outage without keeping guard 24/7.
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Does Anyone use Koi for their fish?
 
"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."

By Albert Einstein

Koi Panama imports 100% Japanese Koi from Ornafish Japan.

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My plan was to raise them and when they got big sell to local fish supply place.
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How to build a simple yet very effective auto siphon with media shroud for your Aquaponics system! Leave your comments below! Don’t forget to rate and subscribe!
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Would love to do this! sigh Income minus cost of living = never have the cash to do so. Took a weekend seminar in 2012 and keep following Aquaponics, maybe hit the lottery (even a small one) someday.
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I wonder if a siphon would work for a constant stream? Very cool for sure and will do this this summer!
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Got some new additions to the AP on the weekend. 13 WA marron. I have lost 2, one was DOA and the other died today.

My system is constant flood with a homemade venturi as per +RobBobs Backyard Farming​ venturi tutorial (thanks mate!) so DO is not a problem... Hope the others survive.

So my system now has 10 Silver Perch, 10 rainbow trout and 11 marron! I have planted a bunch of seedlings and it all seems to be ticking along nicely 
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Aquaponics the sustainable fusion of Agriculture and Aquaculture.
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Aquaponics is the future of Agriculture and Aquaculture rolled into one synergistic ecosystem. The fish provide the nutrients to the plants and the plants provide the clean water for the fish.  Aquaponics is great for dry environments and for people who want to conserve water.  Aquaponics use up to 95% less water than traditional farming methods.
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