AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

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DRACO replied the topic: AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

turtle lover wrote: How many species of plants do you have for this system?


we have some arugula, assorted lettuce, chinese pechay, and lately,
we have fruiting strawberry shrubs already... not much yet but we are very
much happy with the result of our experiment...

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tehmole replied the topic: AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

that's awesome - i couldn't get strawberries growing in NYC weather hahahahhaa
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tehmole wrote: that's awesome - i couldn't get strawberries growing in NYC weather hahahahhaa


actually, we are just lucky about it... strawberries need colder place and moist weather... but we were able to propagate them and let them bears fruits... from 5 runners, we were able to produce 200 more runners and the old one starting to bear fruits... so the investment is already fully recovered in 5 months

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turtle lover replied the topic: AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

What is the substrate?
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turtle lover replied the topic: AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

How do you make this system because I am planning to make my own at home?
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noodle replied the topic: AQUAPONICS - FILTRATION

tehmole wrote: that's awesome - i couldn't get strawberries growing in NYC weather hahahahhaa

You have to excuse my ignorance, but why can't you grow strawberries in NYC weather? I can't imagine it is too hot where you are. When I was in the Arctic there were strawberries growing wild that I ate all summer so I can't imagine it is too cold in NYC either. Is it a humidity thing?
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