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PostPosted: May 2nd, '11, 17:03 
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Craig has been planning the system for a while now after seeing it for the first time 2 1/2 years ago. He grows his own chickens as well as raised garden beds for growing veges.
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Carl had the help of a work experience student today who has joined us to learn about aquaponics, just during this week. All help greatly appreciated thanks Jake!

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another great, neat install :cheers:
did carl position the drain fittigns to create a swirl or not bother?

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Going to be hard to harvest from the inside centers of the growbeds without going wading, isn't it?

Those BYAP setups are so clean and cool looking...

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The beds are 1 mtr wide... and you can reach across to the other side reasonably easily...

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freoboy wrote:
another great, neat install :cheers:
did carl position the drain fittigns to create a swirl or not bother?

I think he would have extended the drain in to the water if he was aiming to get a swirl effect Freoboy. Looks like here it will splash on the water surface and provide the lovely trickling sound of a water feature, oh, how relaxing. :) So many choices.

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