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Excellent site. I posted on another site about needing a page where newbies could go that would be more clear than trying to follow the jargon and shorthand of the pros. They posted about your new site and it is drawing lots of praise.

One question - is it possible to be able to download the models? I have installed SketchUp and would like to play with setups for my greenhouse system BEFORE I get everything in and loaded up so being able to pick up some of the model parts would be fantastic.

When I click on them they open into a new window with a tag about 'download a copy by clicking on image' but when I do that nothing happens. If I move left or right I get an arrow to take me to the previous or next image but that is as much response as I get.

I'm using Firefox 13.0.1

EDIT: I just tried with IE and Chrome and got the same result so I don't think it is browser related.


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Great site! Are we going to see any L.E.A.P. systems featured soon?


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Great start. It might be good to sort the systems by location so people can see easly what works in their climate. DecalsbyJT's system is very different than Zsazsa's system, even though they're both in greenhouses because of climate.

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There isnt any reference to silver perch in the fish section joel

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Cool, We get some lovely feedback from people all over the world about the IBC manual, I should try to post more of it up here for those that are interested..

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I am very new to the aquaponic world. I am also eighty-four years old, am an organic vegetable gardener, utilizing both an outdoor garden and a hoop greenhouse. I am located outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and our climate ranges from sub-zero to above the century degrees farenheight. Thus, deciding on what would be an appropriate aquaponic system along with what fish to use is taking some time to decide upon.

In all of my years and I have been around the bush a number of times, frankly it's actually been a lot of bushes, and I have never come across any organization that has been so willing to provide as much in depth information for free as has "Backyardaquaponics".Your IBC manual is outstanding and along with all its contributory material will take some time to fully assimilate.

Now, and it's a bit hard to admit, but when I went to Google Earth to find where you were located and saw that you were in the suburbs of Perth, I was kind of taken aback. Perth is one of those towns that I remember hearing a bit about during the Second World War, but has not been a part of my general geographic interest since. This has been a very pleasant surprise and I believe importantly goes to show how our world has changed so much.

At the very end of the IBC treatise is a section on Further Reading. Though in most instances the articles are a bit aged, nevertheless they provide a cornucopia of important information.

Lastly, about the "You Tube" demo film on the IBC conversion, it is excellent - the length of the presentation is just right - technically but not overly technically presented. However, there are areas, at least from this novices point of view that I would like to see better coverage, such as the different types of fish and the environments that they must have in order to survive and proliferate in.

A thanks to all who were a part of the development of this important piece of work. I do no not what the incentive was for its development, but for me Aquaponics which had started out as a casual somewhat interesting subject, in large part thanks to all of you , has now tuned into a passion. I think you all have turned me onto something that will keep me going for the rest of my days.


Anyone have fish suggestions I could let him know for that area.. Would it be bluegill perhaps?

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isn't it lovely to get good feedback on a job well done?

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And what a well done job it was.... :cheers:


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Goldfish, koi, bluegill would be fine to start with around here EB. Bluegill are hard to see, it's more fun with a fish that is colorful. Catfish too. Trout OK end of August to beginning of June, but only with battery backup air.

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Journeyman wrote:
One question - is it possible to be able to download the models? I have installed SketchUp and would like to play with setups for my greenhouse system BEFORE I get everything in and loaded up so being able to pick up some of the model parts would be fantastic.

When I click on them they open into a new window with a tag about 'download a copy by clicking on image' but when I do that nothing happens. If I move left or right I get an arrow to take me to the previous or next image but that is as much response as I get.



What he said. I really don't want to have to recreate the IBC tote if there's a chance I can get a copy off another system, but clicking to download only gives me a jpg or else sends me to the next image.


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Yes unfortunately the website is a little iffy adding direct links to the models with a gallery layout. You can download them all from here.

http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ ... &scoring=m

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Thank you! :)

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Yes unfortunately the website is a little iffy adding direct links to the models with a gallery layout. You can download them all from here.

http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ ... &scoring=m


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I could not imagine trying to draw IBCs in sketchup! They are in the 3d warehouse thankfully,

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Well done, superb effort, great reading :notworthy:

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