Couple pictures of the fish, we are down to 4 but one of them as you might be able to see is pretty large. I was told that this is what I should have started with a long time ago. We will see how it goes.
Another picture of the fish, they do all the work.
You can kind of see the burned plants, I didn’t raise the lights quick enough and they touched the bulbs and burned. I planted these two weeks ago I didn’t realize how quick they would take off.
Another pic of the burnt plants, My B!
Much better picture of the whole mess. I basically threw a bunch of leftover seeds in the grow bed mostly to see what would work. Seems like Cat Nip and Tomatoes are doing well. Tomatoes won’t fruit though unless I buy some more expensive lights, but once again we will see.
A healthy crop of cat nip for our feline friend. You can see I think there is some dill mixed in the back.
This is with the lights on. It is hard to see but there are little plants in the back left.
Really I have been neglecting the Aquaponics experiment over the summer, now that things are slowing down a little bit I will be playing around more. One of these posts I am going to take some video and show how the whole thing works. I generally keep the lights covered with giant pieces of aluminum foil in order to keep as much of the light reflecting down as possible. I am looking at some other less ghetto options but so far it is the leader.