Air pumps, sponge filters, air stones, tubing and valves. These are just a few of the things that I use to keep my tilapia alive. I also show my choice of flow filters, heaters and ultraviolet sterilizers. It’s an easy set up for a simple guy.
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need a few blue females
no problem,let me know when you get some,i will wait.
Thank you Greg.
Do you have a generator in case of power failures, Greg?
great to see more videos coming. how often you do water change and are you doing them manually?
Nice setup Greg. Thanks for the name on the air pump, I have been looking for something like that.
Hi, I have one question, I hope you can help me. I want to harvest each month Tilapia fish. Can I achieve that, if I have 6 IBC, one for each month? Plus filters etc. I live in Cancun, so is very hot here. Thanks for your help and sharing your videos!
Do you have any moisture issues and do you run a dehumidifier at all? For my fish shed I had moisture issues on the walls and ceiling. I put a dehumidifier in there and it solved the issue. Any advice to control moisture issues that you came across since you built your fish shed?
You are doing great job pls I will like to know if you can install for me
Where did you get your elemental 1800?