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http://www.ecofilms.com.au 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 ecofilms.com.au 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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  • Jo Ma 1 month ago

    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 1 month 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 1 month ago

    is circular tanks better than rectangular tanks to breed fish?

  • shouta 1 month ago

    what fish is this

  • sawadikin 1 month ago

    on first clip is that murray hallam?

  • GodsLoveMinistry 1 month ago

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

  • GodsLoveMinistry 1 month 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 1 month ago

    Soy as a host plant. Can you explain?

  • Indra Gunawan 1 month ago

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

  • Arahu Aaron Marsters 1 month 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 1 month 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 1 month ago

    HAHAHA! Stupid US.nuts go to the gap…

  • Adi Santo 1 month ago

    Veri good

  • Adi Santo 1 month ago

    Veri good

  • 00sAreTops 1 month ago

    Don't be a spamming cunt.

  • 00sAreTops 1 month ago

    Why on earth would they grow gar?

  • Hidroponika Slovenija 1 month ago

    Aquaponics fish – > howtoaquaponics . org

  • Monique P. Gagliardi 1 month 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…”
    Check out here for additional information:
    www.fine4.info/secret-tips-to-growing-aquaponics-system

  • marktimmer2212 1 month ago

    Okay, ill try one tonight

  • Howard Gilbraith 1 month ago

    catfish are pretty meaty!