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    Hello from Masu Aquaponics in South East England

    Hi all, Bear from River Wood/Masu Aquaponics here - just thought I'd stop by and do a photo update on my fourth system to date - using a 20,000L pool as a tank.

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    I see you had some extra help driving the tractor. And I presume the dog is the union leader. lol Do you have a side view elevation sketch to share? Nice to have room to do these things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deuem View Post
    I see you had some extra help driving the tractor. And I presume the dog is the union leader. lol Do you have a side view elevation sketch to share? Nice to have room to do these things.

    I can do one better

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    That is quite the layout you have there. I have never seen that type of pipe before, but it looks like it has rubber seals or is it glued together? Have you found any problems with the ground not being 100% level?

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    Masu, with such a long NFT run, will there be any food left for the end plants? I guess you have a sump in there somewhere? Nice job drilling all those holes. Hope to see what happens next with the plants and fish. And the DWC is very deep. Canopy for the fish to chew on?

    Keep an eye on the roots, if they grow very long the pipe will fill up with them and block the water way and drain a tank overnight.

    Are those fish speckled trout?

    OK, I now see the sump cut out in post 4 photo.

    As far a the level, I would survey it and plant stakes. Did you do that or eyeball it. The flow in the pipes will show how well you did that's for sure.

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    Any thing growing yet

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    What are you using for a bio-filter?

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