Added by on 2017-10-16 Intensive aquaculture fish farming with a hydroponics component at Green Sky Growers in Florida. Here tilapia are grown using high protein fish food and liquid oxygen to grow 1 lb of fish per 1 gallon of water. Please don’t try this at home as one small failure will destroy your entire output of fish. Read our blog for further information at Related PostsAquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyBackyard aquaponics as self-sustained farm in (sub)urban LALearn Tilapia Fish Farming The DIY Aquaponics WayHome AquaponicsAquaponics Systems / Hydroponics Systems – Learn To Build your own Aquaponics or Hydroponics SystemSmall Aquaponics (Hydroponic Plants)


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  • What is done with the brine in the finishing tank? Is that just run through a convention filtration system? I wouldn't think it'd be introduced into the plant beds.

  • Live-pool redneck 11 months ago

    if you rotate crops that have a good symbiotic relationship with the water and fish. for food for both people and fish you should be able to up your game 20 flod.

  • C Xyooj 11 months ago

    is circular tanks better than rectangular tanks to breed fish?

  • shouta 11 months ago

    what fish is this

  • sawadikin 11 months ago

    on first clip is that murray hallam?

  • GodsLoveMinistry 11 months ago

    What is the concentration of oxygen and how long does it stay in the water?

  • GodsLoveMinistry 11 months ago

    I wonder Nitrous oxide is better and cheaper since the boiling point is higher so they are less evaporative.

  • My Fantasy Farm - Tiny Seeds 11 months ago

    Soy as a host plant. Can you explain?

  • Indra Gunawan 11 months ago

    What do you mean by 10% brine water. 10% by weight is salt?

  • Arahu Aaron Marsters 11 months ago

    I am trying to setup a similar system in the Cook Islands. Do you think that i need a glass house system where the temperature is quite high??

  • WonderKeeper 11 months ago

    Would you please give information about the cost of each tank and the drum biological filter  and where can I buy it? Thanks.

  • tam foldi 11 months ago

    HAHAHA! Stupid US.nuts go to the gap…

  • Adi Santo 11 months ago

    Veri good

  • Adi Santo 11 months ago

    Veri good

  • 00sAreTops 11 months ago

    Don't be a spamming cunt.

  • 00sAreTops 11 months ago

    Why on earth would they grow gar?

  • Hidroponika Slovenija 11 months ago

    Aquaponics fish – > howtoaquaponics . org

  • Monique P. Gagliardi 11 months ago

    Thank you for your video.
    Also I have some ideas to grows up to 10 x the plants, in half time, with much healthier plants, while the "fish" execute all the work…”
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  • marktimmer2212 11 months ago

    Okay, ill try one tonight

  • Howard Gilbraith 11 months ago

    catfish are pretty meaty!