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  1. I hope this is the right place to post this but I was wondering if anyone had advice on the types of worms to use. I plan to use the worms to feed the BG in my Aquaponic unit. I'm also looking for a bin as well, are these worth buying? Or should I just make my own? Any recommendations? ​ ​Thanks in advance for any help
  2. I'm sure I'm posting this in the wrong place since I'm still a noob but well... here's my rambling. For starters, I did do a couple of things right- I bought some red wigglers online and kept them contained, well watered with a great supply of shredded cardboard. I have two bins I use for vermiculture (raising worms to improve soil and process waste into nutrients). When I got my worms, I thought it'd be a good idea to split them into two groups so if I botched one, I didn't need to loose all my cute?, wiggly lil friends. My first bin was a styrafoam container, about 18 gallons- using stya
  3. I have been doing aquaponics, and hydroponic in a greenhouse as well as earthbound gardening for several years. I'm planning a new vermiculture /aquaponics system, and just put up a blog to keep my friends up to date. I hope you will visit. http://chicoaquaponic.blogspot.com/
  4. Happy to have found AquaponicsHQ In the last couple weeks have a 40 Gallon Aquarium with 40 feeder GOLDFISH, pumping to TWO 35 Gallon floating raft grow beds. Soon hope ad a BIO sediment bin, some vermiculture and a 4 row NFT, all for veggies. All setup in storage area of our laundry room in the basement with 4 grow lights. Hopefully it will expand from their. Any tips on siphons that do not require drilling containers would be great, as I am currently pumping up to grow beds and siphoning back down to aquarium.
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