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  1. Hi RWF I think you have to post some pics taken out of the aquarium , showing the cray in sharp details, for anyone to be able to help you. This https://f.nordiskemedier.dk/2gt07amola9p2rca.pdf might be of help ? cheers
  2. Hi RWF Welcome to APN/HQ cheers
  3. Hi again VKN I'w been reading thru your Facebook page trying to figure out what's happening on your front regarding IAVS developments. Aside from the name change from IAVS to IAS what's new ? cut/paste from facebook Quote : Aquaponics Futurist 23. april · IAS = Future of Food! Integrated Aquaponics Systems is the most productive, resilient and sustainable food production system yet devised! Instead of the acronym "IAS", what else we could call it? Eco-integrated Agriculture (Managed) Ecosystem Agriculture Aqua-integrated Horticulture Aqua-Hort Integrated Horticulture Integrated Aquaculture Unified Nutrition Provisioning BioLOGIC Agrology Biotecture Ecotecture Hortitecture Holistic Horticulture Holistic Agrology Holistic gardening Holistic hunger management Holistic hunger mitigation Whole Earth Gardening Whole Earth Provisioning Whole World Sufficiency Whole World Provisioning Multitrophic Gardening Multitrophic Husbandry You are welcome to join these food movements.. #growyourownfood #buylocal #knowyourfarmer #sustainableliving Get educated on the art of growing food. The global online crash course on Integrated Aquaponics Systems (IAS) is scheduled on Sundays, 10-11 AM. The COVID discount offer of over 60% ends after this Sunday, April, 26, 2020. Please pass it on to your tribe. Appreciate it. Quote end. I can see you are running online training classes on IAS 👍 And understand from your Flatland pic.above that you have adopted Wageningen University research on the Food System Vision 2050 'Re-rooting the Dutch food system: from more to better' https://www.wur.nl/upload_mm/3/3/3/38a7c8a7-4b51-477b-95da-1b15b8df96f8_3 Article vision 2050.pdf cheers
  4. Hi VKN Greetings to you as well. I would like to hear/see your developments cheers
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    Hi Jason Welcome to APN/HQ There are so many variations on flow design, so it's impossible to point at one specific pump type/brand. In principle you need a pump that can circulate the entire tank volume in 1-2 hours. So you need a pump that can move minimum 1500 l/h accounted for your designs headloss. There is a lot of discussions on the matter in "old" threads that might be helpful to read thru like these : cheers
  6. Hi Jejanov "my rule of thumb" is water change. Mainly for the fish health/welfare. Of course fish age/specie means there is a variety of tolerance to high nitrate, but it can take weeks to reduce the nitrate levels. So I would recommend to use some of your tank water in the garden, and then top up the tank. I assume your "fresh water" source, does not hold a high nitrate level ? cheers
  7. Hi Siddhu243 Welcome to APNHQ. Most probably you hurt the plant root, when transplanting it. You should grow the seeds in a small rockwool cube and transplant that into a larger one, or grow in coco coir, leca etc. Point is coriander (roots) does not like to be moved, so you move it with what ever media you seeded it in. cheers
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    Hi DanielJ Welcome to APN/HQ cheers
  9. Hi bkardon Welcome to APN/HQ cheers
  10. I really wish you where wrong on this matter so sad cheers
  11. Hi BD Sad to observe and impossible not to know about if you read/watch any news outlets. I saw a interview with some Norwegians, when they arrived home for Christmas after a 2 week volunteer deployment in NSW fighting fires, alongside Brits & Canadians. I wish you guys down under all the best 🤞 cheers Seems to create some political turmoil cut/paste from here https://greenlemon.me/guy-posted-a-tweet-thread-that-reveals-the-devastating-power-of-the-australian-bushfires/ Guy Posted A Tweet Thread That Reveals The Devastating Power Of The Australian Bushfires By margareth January 4, 2020 It’s burning and still will for the next few months. More than a million acres of rainforest were burnt in Amazon, but that was not enough to turn the head of the people. Currently, more than 6 million acres of land has turned to ash in Australia with the fire showing no signs of stopping. Thousands of people are stranded on the beach and had to be evacuated by water and air as land access had been blocked with scorching fire. More than 400 million of wildlife creatures are gone, putting a huge dent on the native species. Since September 2019, New South Wales has been experiencing bushfire which quickly grew severe. The country was supposed to experience rainfall at this moment, but the wind had blown that rainfall elsewhere, causing the land to dry up. Green Lemonwishes to raise awareness on this incident and this man’s tweet did the trick. Bodie Ashton, a historian, took to Twitter to explain what is happening in Australia to the world. manwithoutatan manwithoutatan manwithoutatan He also shared the harsh fact that these firefighters not only risked their lives but also won’t get enough pay to support themselves and their families. manwithoutatan And then there’s the PM, Scott Morrison, who was blamed by many due to the crisis that is currently raging. manwithoutatan manwithoutatan The smoke from bushfire is also causing severe breathing problems and is equal to smoking a packet of cigarettes a day. manwithoutatan Australia is facing losses and emergency situations not seen in years. manwithoutatan manwithoutatan manwithoutatan manwithoutatan Approximately 1300 houses have been burnt with 20 killed, including 3 volunteer firefighters. Australia worst bushfire was in February 2009 dubbed the ‘Black Saturday’ with 180 deaths and more than 2000 houses gone. The spread is lightning fast as grass fire burns much faster than forest fires or the average running speed of a human. The size of bushfire in Australia is currently bigger than London. manwithoutatan manwithoutatan manwithoutatan Here’s another way to see how vast the destruction of the bushfire is. manwithoutatan Ashton added that the government should be addressing the climate change issue instead of relegating is as purely ‘political’. He further explained his points with more tweets under his thread. manwithoutatan manwithoutatan manwithoutatan Ashton explained that as an Australian historian living in Germany, he just wants to help people visualize better what’s happening in Australia. As severe as it is, people don’t seem to understand how it’s directly affecting a large number of people. But it is and it will. A third of the koala population has been burnt to death and experts are saying this could be the doom of native species on the land. Ashton added that the fire is affecting millions of people in Australia and there are volunteers fighting and racing against time to curb it. He finally emphasizes that we can all do something to help them and one way is by donating to organizations who directly fight against fire and provide medical aids to people and wildlife.
  12. Hi jw2264 Welcome to APN/HQ I did your survey, and moved your post to the general aquaponics discussion section. as many wan't read the post in the welcome wagon section cheers
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    Merry Christmas

    Hi All Merry Christmas cheers
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