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Author:  rmcpb [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:17 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

Polite little fella, isn't he...............................

Look forward to the final outcome where he shows us all up and finds a way to get a small intensely harvested system to behave the same as the earth. This is one thread I will watch :)

Author:  RupertofOZ [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:39 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

R9X wrote:
This is a forum for sharing ideas and info.
So far, I am doing al the sharing, answering queston after question, and so far I have not been getting any helpful info.
I do not intend to go over every detail of every process, or to go over and over basic concepts, or divulge every secret about my systems.
I posted on a somewhat specific subject - the waste bactrifier concept.
THAT is what I would like some helpful input on, some ideas, even if they are unproven, or from out in left field.

I want to continuously recycle the fish waste in such a way as to provide the bacteria and plant fertilizing compounds, at maximum, for a worm bed:
(A) Without depleating all the usable resource on the bacteria itself
(B) passing on nutrient-rich liquid, without solids, to the worm bed and plant bed.

This is what I am here to discuss, if you have helpful info or ideas, please contribute; if you don't thats okay, but I don't want to spend all my time typing up all this other stuff, as I really do have other things I am doing, and do not need the aggravation.
Thank you.


I think the problem RX9 is that you know exactly what you intend to do, and how to go about it...

When most of us are actually still trying to define what it is you're trying to do and why...

Best iidea is perhaps just to do it, and share the results with us...

Don't think anyone has ever heard of the "waste bactrifier" concept before... and the only google hit I got was this one...

http://diyaquaponics.com/forum/viewtopi ... 45c7903f14

Author:  R9X [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:42 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

I obviously came to the wrong place.
No ideas, no respect, and mostly just rank amatures who think they know better than anyone, and can't stand anyone who may have some knowledge and an idea in their head.
I'm sure there are a few worthy minds here, but I am not going to weed through all this nonsense looking for them.
If you don't like my post, don't tirture yourself - just go do something useful with yourself.

Author:  Jaymie [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:48 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

R9X - why are you reporting those posts?

Author:  ColinW [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:53 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

R9X - I see you have a thread titled exactly the same on APHQ Forum - no replies yet after 8 hours?
Regards - ColinW

Author:  steve [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:57 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

R9X wrote:
I obviously came to the wrong place.
No ideas, no respect, and mostly just rank amatures who think they know better than anyone, and can't stand anyone who may have some knowledge and an idea in their head.
I'm sure there are a few worthy minds here, but I am not going to weed through all this nonsense looking for them.
If you don't like my post, don't tirture yourself - just go do something useful with yourself.


R9X, from the above it would seem you have not liked what you've found here.

If that is the case yet you continue to be disruptive, childish (yes you read that right) and make work for our fine moderators by needlessly reporting posts then i will happily ban both you and your IP.

Your call.

Author:  Jaymie [ Feb 21st, '11, 12:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

Steve,
R9X has requested his account be cancelled, so I will do that now.
Jaymie

Author:  steve [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:01 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

yes, i just read that, thank you jaymie.

I am inclined to lock sticky and rename this thread as " how not to act in this community"

Author:  RupertofOZ [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:01 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

You guys are slow... took all of 5 minutes for the DIY aquaponics boys to ban him.. and delete the posts...

10 minutes ago the link I posted was virtually identical to this one...

Same question, same responses... same beligerance...

Author:  Jaymie [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:02 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

gonna leave the posts ;)

Author:  steve [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:04 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

RupertofOZ wrote:
You guys are slow... took all of 5 minutes for the DIY aquaponics boys to ban him.. and delete the posts...

10 minutes ago the link I posted was virtually identical to this one...

Same question, same responses... same beligerance...


we like to give people the benifit of the doubt...............no doubt now :)

Author:  earthbound [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:07 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

RupertofOZ wrote:
You guys are slow... took all of 5 minutes for the DIY aquaponics boys to ban him.. and delete the posts...

10 minutes ago the link I posted was virtually identical to this one...

Same question, same responses... same beligerance...



Naaaa, he posted for 2-3 days over there... But yeah, same sort of stuff ...

Author:  RupertofOZ [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:08 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

Well, if the excitement is all over... I'm off to "tirture" myself.... :mrgreen:

Author:  vlt [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:10 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

damn...it was getting fun too...

Author:  earthbound [ Feb 21st, '11, 13:12 ]
Post subject:  Re: Fish Wastes - Best use of - "Waste Bactrifier"

Still this does open up the fairly interesting debate of closed loop systems, I'm not quite sure that he necessarily "got" that.

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