Added by on 2018-06-14

So I’ve really been wanting to experiment with aquaponic systems and start growing my own fresh vegetables and herbs along with fish. I plan to expand into more involved and larger systems in the future, but I thought it best to start small. I’m a novice at this, so I’m sure I’ll make plenty of mistakes along the way, but I want to learn and figure this out. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsDIY Aquaponics Indoor Systems – (Aquarium Fish Tank, Vertical Farming and Mini Tanks)DIY Mini Aquaponics System (Home Aquarium Tank) & Hydroponics System (Ebb and Flow 4 Mini Tanks)Aquaponics Rocks ( Growing Medium ) Wash Install Plant – $40 Aquaponics – Barrelponics Made EasyThe Plant – An Urban Aquaponics & Sustainable Agriculture Project2016 Aquarium Hydroponics UpdateCCRES AQUAPONICS PROJECT

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  • closla23 2 months ago

    Dont chase your ph

  • Edward M 2 months ago

    neat pyroponics

  • Party Box 2 months ago


  • chubjoe 2 months ago

    Idea is good. But some improvement may be needed. Plants can only take the inorganic material through the roots. The aquarium tank will need microorganism to decompose the fish waste before the plants to take up. The fish need the gentle flow current rather than in the constant bubbling condition.

  • wow, so many goldfish huggers here. use tilapia, nobody cares about them.

  • Wow your neighbors must love you and your wind chimes

  • Jan Kritzinger 2 months ago

    There's a lot wrong with this setup but the biggest flaw is no biological filter to convert ammonia into nitrates.

  • Izaih Paponette 2 months ago

    omg poor fishes

  • Tropic Breeze Realty 2 months ago

    Dont you need a Biofilter to convert the ammonia to nitrate?

  • xhellboundx 2 months ago

    Please don't use goldfish for this. Especially since you didnt cycle the tank, there is no filteration, and the tank is way too small.

    Fish still deserve to be treated just as humanley as dogs and cats.

  • Abo Raad Abo Reda 2 months ago

    فكرة ممتازة و سوف أقوم بتنفيذها قريباً
    لكن أﻻ يحتاج حوض السمك إلى التنظيف و الماء إلى تغيير؟؟

  • Juliet Goto 2 months ago

    Melting plastic and styrofoam like that is really bad for both the air and your lungs

  • Param Don 2 months ago

    I am just wondering how air will go into the tank ?

  • T Dutch 2 months ago

    Your torture that fish until it will be dead ?

  • Alex Bisou 2 months ago

    So not all roots have to be under dark? Isn't the fish going to eat to roots? great video about hydroponics!

  • Paul Atreide 1 month ago

    No filtration,no cycle tank .wtf

  • Betty Crocker-Page 1 month ago

    I got an African claw frog she lives under water all the time they would be perfect for this & they're cute;-)

  • Mr.Neff16 1 month ago

    clicks tongue noice

  • cdanielh128 1 month ago

    This is good first try for experimenting and if you planned to do this seriously I would suggest some research on the whole subject as is this is unsustainable. Fish and plants are a bit more complicated than this system can support. Learn how the plants and fish transfer and cycle. This is close but not complete. Good luck on your journey!

  • Chloe Ace 1 month ago

    Question. For the seeds, do you plant them in the clay, and let them grow, or do you plant the seeds in soil, and pull it out and put it deep in the clay, in order for it to grow?