I’ve started a second crop of lettuce in the floating raft setup. The non-aerated side is well underway, and looking great. I’m planting more lettuce and greens in the actual floating side. As for any algae issues, the non-aerated side was perfect, no algae at all. On the floating side, I did have a bit of algae between the rafts where I didn’t have a tight fit. Pushing the rafts closer together and covering the gaps on the edges should resolve that problem. Here’s a link to the fertilizer I use : http://youtu.be/vYv9iu2NI3M Also, I recently talked about building an Aquaponics greenhouse. But before I do that, I need to do a test run so I can work out the kinks and make sure I have a workable system. I finally found 2 good IBC containers and will be using them as my experimental setup. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsOff-Grid Hydroponics – The Kratky Method, Raft Hydroponics Update 3weeksPlanting Onion & Garlic In A Hydroponic Floating Raft BedNelson & Pade hydroponic floating raft system in the N & P aquaponic system, UVIAquaponic systems Floating raft constructionGrowing Spring Onion at home Raft HydroponicsIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode Something
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