Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danielhiteshew Aquatic Plants for sale: firstname.lastname@example.org Here’s part two of this two part series on aquarium filtration, and whether or not you can have too much. Today’s video focuses on the nitrogen cycle and biological filtration. Biofiltration Biofilter source Everyday Fishkeeping More
I had to smile watching you struggle with catching the fish. This is why I was thinking about draping nets inside to line the tanks. Then when I want to catch some fish, just pull the slack out of the net and hand pick the ones I want! Good idea in theory anyway….
I don't think you do, but have you considered separating male and females in the grow out systems? I've read it will help the females grow bigger faster as they are not trying to constantly breed and hold babies in the presence of the males. Or is breeding not a problem in the big open tanks?
nice video. I have heard of adding salt to the purge tank. They said it adds to the flavor and firmness. Your thoughts?
I need a purge tank … yep you convinced me of my suspension. .. just harvested my first fish there's plenty more to go but I'll be setting up my purge tank before hand . Thanks
Do you filter the water of the purge tank or is it just airated?
We love home grown tilapia. Never had any luck breeding, but they are great for eating AND they are supreme fish poop machines. The plants love their poop. We grew blues, which are a little more tolerant of cooler temperatures. Thanks for the video.
hi..do they get big that size on a small container like what you have on the video?thanks
Is it necessary to purge your fish?
How many days in purging tank before eating?
What is the most amount of fish you can purge in that size tank?
thank you for all the info you share. I'll be building my first system shortly and your efforts have been a great help
How long do you purge them for?