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This is a how-to-video showing how easy it was to build a gravity-based aquaponic system with pvc, and two fish tanks. We have fourteen spots for plants on each system. To see a simple diagram of how we built this, click on the .jpg below: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsVID 14 HOW TO MAKE COMPOST(KHAD) AT HOME VERY EASILY⟹ DIY 55 gallon self watering vertical garden planter | How to build start to finish!Build Green House With Grass Roof In Very Deep JungleEssay about our school garden,, very easy and simple words..Florafelt Aquaponic Vertical Garden SystemDIY Hydroponic & Aquaponic Pond Filter

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  • Michael Peacock 10 months ago

    lemna minor aka duck weed grows much like bacteria and makes great fish food… algae… ok, but it won't reproduce the way lemna minor does… i think your fish will starve… why buy fish food when you can grow it for free – however, lemna minor takes a low flow deep water culture bed…. nice touch with solos instead of net cups, might try a cheap harbor freight soldering iron instead of that noisy friggin drill for the holes in those solo/dixie cups…

  • Daniel Murray 10 months ago

    Also, the supply house (Home Depot, Lowe’s, ECT.) can cut your PVC for you

  • Daniel Murray 10 months ago

    The pipes should have been glued with PVC glue, NOT taped with electrical tape. PVC glue melts the plastics together so they don’t leak.

  • MAHMUD RAFI 10 months ago

    May I know what water pump you used here?

  • John Bsys 10 months ago

    The little thingy is called an arber why didn't you hook them both together and use one big 100 gallon rubermade tank from tractor supply .Its a good idea to run your system a month before adding fish the nitrates will kill them all. You'll need chelted iron and sea weed extract to keep your system in balance.

  • why not just run one more pvc pipe back to the original tank? also you can set your water level by the inlet and outlet height on the end caps 🙂

  • Chris Clark 10 months ago

    Great info, thanks for sharing. How about an update?

  • Tyler Stephens 10 months ago

    As a beginner with woodwork, I usually feel overwhelmed with the whole plan. But Ryan's plans led me through with much clarity and simplicity [ Check Details Here=> ]. I now work like a pro. That's good!

  • Forage Forage 10 months ago

    Super Awesome!

  • Travanti Lipson 10 months ago


  • Vinod Yadav 10 months ago

    In which hydroponic technology, which chemical will be mixed in the water? Nitrogen Phosphorus Apart from this, what else will be added

  • Theodore Heinemann 10 months ago

    I think ill cut my pipes with an exacto blade will take longer but cheaper the sun in el salvador is awesome growing veggies here will be easy, smart and inormative mucho gracias vive salvadoren. I would say you guys should grow marijuana but not in Ohio.

  • nicholas saples 10 months ago

    You’re not clear on what you’re doing , it’s confusing I have no idea what you’ve done or how

  • Vic Lara 10 months ago

    Home depot will cut it for u for free

  • Canada's foodie Club 10 months ago

    why are you taking up so much room , you should of went vertical with the same amount or more , then you could of had a smaller tank with less fish and more plants , dont get me wrong you did a nice job, but I would have gone up instead of sideways and taking up room , for the room you used up you could of hung 20 rows to your 4 rows within the same space and stayed with 1 fish tank

  • Rod Clarke 10 months ago

    heat up screw driver pierce same way even faster

  • good indian 10 months ago

    Tilapia fishes last longer

  • Silverslavervic 10 months ago

    Scary teeth..

  • Kenneth Wayne 10 months ago

    It’s a hole saw and arbor bit

  • Amelia Christian 10 months ago

    A complete and comprehensive package [Check Details Here⇒> ], I am so thrilled with what I've got in the package. I could use this for a very long time to come. This is the most complete manual I've ever seen Thank you Ryan.