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Thanks, my sump tank level fluctuates by about 100mm over a full cycle of the 6Gbs...the furthest from the sump tank obviously takes a longer time to empty back into the ST than the closer one, hence the greater range...might put in a bit of thought into adapting your Dual Opposing Float Valves (DOFV)
configuration to my particular need :lol:

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Cool. I had a maybe useful idea.

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I am looking for a pump timer that will turn on the pump for 10 minutes and off for 10 minutes 24 hours a day. Anyone know of one?

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Its called a cycle timer.

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Ok got one comming. Thanks.

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Added a light to lure bugs to the fish,
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Fish waiting for bugs,
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Valves to control flow to NFT tubes,
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Ive been watching the fish catch bugs, and alot of bugs get away. im thinking that a spray or mist of water across the beam of light may catch more bugs?

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That looks really cool, especially at night MC.

Instead of the light have you thought about a bug zapper over the tank with the bottom taken off, the bugs will get zapped and fall into tank.

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My thinking is the fish may not eat dead bugs?

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Fish tank water keeps the garden growing good,
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Aquatic Ecosystems has special bug light fish feeders. There is a spinning wire below the lamp that knocks bugs into the water.

Just make sure you have the light on a CGFI outlet so that if it falls into the water the safety shuts it off.

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The way I got the light now , the bugs are flying right into the water. Hours of fun watching the fish eat bugs. I dont need TV anymore.

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how bout an underwater light. I saw some at Lowes for moi ponds.


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I used to have one in moi koi pond..... :lol: .... don't know if it attracted that many bugs though?

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The fish are getting fat off the bugs, dunno how long it will last. I hope the bugs keep coming. I fed them about 50 worms today. I need a bigger worm farm.

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