Added by on 2017-09-10

Melons, Fruit Trees & Aquaponics – Backyard Farm & Aquaponics Update Hey folks. Wasn’t able to finish editing this weeks planned clip due to hardware issues so decided to film a quick update for you all to enjoy. Will have the planned clip posted by this time next week if all goes well. Hope you enjoyed the clip & your gardens are booming. Cheers all, Rob Patreon ► When you become a supporter you not only get our deepest gratitude but you will get access to our exclusive member only Patreon feed. On the feed you’ll find daily video/picture updates, early access to clips & monthly online hangouts depending on your level of support. You can Subscribe Here► Would be great to see you come along & say “G’Day” when we post a clip. Facebook ► Instagram ► Tumblr ► Twitter ► Pintrest ► Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsThe Best Fruit Trees for Backyard GardensWelder Becomes Urban Gardener & Grows 300 Fruit Trees on 1/8 Acre of Land | Part 1Backyard aquaponics as self-sustained farm in (sub)urban LABackyard Urban Aquaponics Farm Grow 3000 Heads of Lettuce a MonthArizona Garden Tour – Over 200 Fruit Trees on 1/3 Acre – Spring 2016Front Yard Self Watering Vegetable Garden & Fruit Trees

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  • mark2ui 1 year ago

    Hi Bob
    I noticed you have tubs what kind of fruits trees coud i grow in tubs as we are renting ATM so want to take every plant with us in time thanks?

  • Glyn Parker 1 year ago

    What a beautiful melon, I wonder if we get them here in NZ

  • Glyn Parker 1 year ago

    Hi Bob, I have just had a huge Leyland Cypress hedge taken down from around my property. I am going to give the bigger wood away for firewood. Can I use the smaller stuff for mulch ?

  • Rishi Ramcharan 1 year ago

    Paw paw FTW lol. I been learning a lot from you! about to start my own system. hopefully I would do videos.

  • Ainesh Narain 1 year ago

    Why is the melon covered with cloth?
    Because of pests?

  • Vink 1 year ago

    Interesting! I heard somewhere that if a tree is "worried" that it might die it will put more of its energy reserves into fruiting to ensure its ultimate survival through seeds. Don't know if that's true, but it would explain why the Tahitian Lime holds onto its fruit better when it's neglected a bit, and why it feels there's no need to expend the effort to produce fruit when it's regularly well fed.

  • nara nor 1 year ago

    please make more video i love watch it

  • emc4u2 1 year ago

    Hi Rob,

    What i found, what works against bacterial, viral or fungal infections in an aguaponic system is this:
    chlorine dioxide gas dissolved in water.

    It is actually used in an other way to cure humans/animals in a way, the medical/pharmaceutical world doesn't really want anyone to know.

    You can find a lot on this subject if you search for MMS – CDS – Jim Humble.

    What it is:

    It is sodium chlorite mixed with a citric acid. This gives Chorine dioxide gas, this is pushed through water and the water takes it in.

    I used the water with the gas and poured it with the fish as they had a bacterial infecction going on. It took less then one day, the water cleared up and the fish started healing very rapidly. I hold gold fish, so not the strongest species, but they thrive !!!

    It is really cheap to make and works wonders. Also on humans ! 🙂



  • Tip Sclallalcs 1 year ago

    like your tour – get external drive store extra files & videos on and free up your disk and get rid of down loads clean your cookies extra space and you would be easier to edit videos

  • Self Reliant School 1 year ago

    Awesome video! I love Melons!

  • She's a Bottler Gardens and Preserves. 1 year ago

    Great video as always Rob, thanks.

  • J&J Acres 1 year ago

    Thanks for the tour Rob, enjoyed it as always.

  • martysgarden 1 year ago

    Gidday Rob, temps have been radical, no doubt about that. Thanks for getting back to me on my video about the 28 spotted Lady Beetle.
    I have had to hold back sowing microgreens too, waiting for cooler temps this Autumn
    I hope it goes well at the docs next week for your back!
    Happy Gardening
    Marty Ware (Micro Farmer)

  • Allotment Grow How 1 year ago

    Nice plot round up… I have fruit envy watching your vids… our season here in the UK gonna start in about a month or two, just wish it was warm enough and long enough to grow something more exotic, videos are available if anyone's interested.

  • Jeff Mitts 1 year ago

    Hey Rob
    Thanks for the walk around. We recently had tree work done as well. 5 poplars between 60' and 100' tall. Was fun watching the guys cut them down, writing the cheque…. not so much.
    Take care mate, stay hydrated
    Cheers from Canuckistan

  • Portugee Prepper 1 year ago

    Great content, I think aquaponics is so interesting, thanks for the video. Btw I just started a new channel, that will be covering gardening, chicken for eggs/meat, hunting, woodworking, gun reviews/shooting, getting pigs this summer. Please come on over and subscribe. Thanks

  • Rob Boone 1 year ago

    Thanks Rob! Enjoyed another one!

  • Cannabis origanum 1 year ago

    Great update as always Rob! Are you still planning on getting the chickens? I've heard that mushroom herb is high in Ca and would probably be a good self-harvest crop to plant for the 'chooks'? Cheers!

  • HappyHusbandn Wife 1 year ago

    Green pawpaw's seeds are good to kill parasite, rite ?